New York City at Christmas is a magical time. The lights, the crowds, the noise. This post is the opposite. Black and white, quiet, pensive. Moments of quiet reflection I managed to catch even in the chaos of Rockefeller Center. [Read more…] about A New York Noir Christmas: A Midtown Photo Journal
More of New York Photography Unedited
I mentioned in my last article that as I progress as an artist I am coming to different conclusions as to the use of post editing to enhance photographs. At what point do they stop being photos and become pieces of graphic art. If you have viewed this space over the past years you will have noticed that I have come right up to this line and even past it on a number of occasions. [Read more…] about More of New York Photography Unedited
New York Unfiltered: An Unedited Photo Blog
Post picture editing is about 5 minutes older than the art of photography itself. We have gone from painting in color by hand to the endless complexity of Photoshop and Lightroom. Most of the editing I do for my own photos is done through apps on my phone. I rely on post-shot editing in order to express how I truly saw the scene or subject I was photographing. [Read more…] about New York Unfiltered: An Unedited Photo Blog
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House- New Take on The Well Known
There are a few restaurants in New York City whose names everyone recognizes. “Foodies” flock to these places. Social media is crowded with pictures of food and cocktails from these restaurants …(including mine — I’m OK with being basic.) [Read more…] about Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House- New Take on The Well Known
From My Archives- A Beatiful, Snowy Photoshoot
On occasion, I will go through some of my catalog of work and look back on certain periods of my work. Since we are in the last depressing months of this New York City winter I decide to pull out some photos I took a few years ago during a frigid, snowy photo walk. I remember this walk well since about half way through the telescopic focus on my lens broke.
I was trying to capture how New York life still goes on despite a horrible storm. Until my lens broke… I still was able to capture some photos but all in all, you might consider this an outtake collection.
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The Brand New Nintendo NY Store Reopens February 19th!
As a kid of the 90’s who grew up worshiping and adoring all things Nintendo, I am thrilled that its legacy remains true and honest with the generations that have come in and loved it just as much as I did nearly twenty years ago. Now that the iconic Nintendo Store in Rockefeller Center is reopening its doors in two weeks to the public, my only hope is that future generations can really see the impact that this amazing company has brought to millions of people who love incredible characters like Mario, Luigi, Kirby and so much more, all under one roof. And they will be able to see that when its reopened on February 19th, starting at 12PM.
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New York City Photography: The Holidays in the City
There is nothing better than the holidays in New York City. Thanks for a great first year everyone. I would be nothing without each and everyone of you. Peace and blessings to all of you. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you New York!
New York Photography- Rockefeller Center
In the heart of New York City lies Rockefeller Center. The architecture is second to none. The art deco designs are perfect and when photographed in black and white they give off a perfect noir feel. The beauty of the gardens in the plaza and the views from the top of 30 Rockefeller Center are incomparable. When built in 1930, the 22 acres it covers were dedicated to beautiful murals, sculptures, and architecture from the most (and infamous) artists and artisans of the day. Today it stands as one of the most visited places in the world.
New York City Street Photography- New York at Night
As the sun goes down over New York you can feel a change coming over the city. It’s not that the city awakens because as we all know, it never truly sleeps. It’s more like a mood change. If you put a soundtrack to it, it wouldn’t be a full symphony orchestra or an operatic aria. It would a lone whining saxophone filling the gray night air (think an abstraction from The Love Supreme); much different than the frantic piano piece of the hectic work day. (think Flight of the Bumble Bee) It’s the sound of the endless possibility of victory, defeat, or both. When the night falls over New York City anything can happen and usually does.