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Tag Archives: urban
Continuing with my recent NYC photo series, this image explores the subway entrance. I have taken many photos from the underground subway station but this is the first of the surface entrance. This image was made framing the man beginning … Continue reading
I could not believe my incredible luck in this image. As I often do in “street” photography, I hold the camera at waist height and with the 17-50mm lens, shoot at wide angle (in this case, 37mm). Most decent images … Continue reading
Bagels anyone! This photo was taken on the corner of 33rd and Eighth Avenue. Food vendors (pushcarts to you) are on almost every corner in NYC. Taken with the Tamron 17-50mm lens and post-processed in Lightroom 3.
I am back from our weekend in NYC and Long Island. The photo ops in NYC were good but time was limited though. This image was made near Times Square of a tour hawker (on the left) and two young … Continue reading
This image is part of my monochrome series. The original was a color photo taken on the interior wall of the Burden Iron Works HQ. It was converted into a sepia split tone image in Lightroom 3. A heavy vignette was added to … Continue reading
I went to the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway’s Burden Iron Works museum. This was my first field activity sponsored by the Capital Region Photography Meetup Group. This image is one of several artifacts on the grounds of the iron works … Continue reading
Should a photographer pass the most commonplace element in the “landscape” and not find something with which to make an image? Here is a bit of graffiti on a brick wall that I found on my recent photowalk. In the … Continue reading
The campus of the Univ. of Mass, Amherst (the NECCC photo convention was held) is an interesting mixture of old-style Ivy-league buildings and glass and concrete modern architecture. The modern styles offered the most interesting photo opportunities. It was amazing … Continue reading
Went to Stockbridge, MA and Great Barrington, MA on Father’s Day (great time with Nicole, Brad and Helene)! The area has lots of interesting “urban color” and this was an example. A brick wall with a chalk drawing. Note the … Continue reading