1/250th at F11, ISO 200 (70mm).
A little New York winter porn for all of you that like that sort of stuff ;)
I know I do.
1/125th at F5.6, ISO 400 (20mm).
There are a lot of good things about photography. It's a tool you can use to meet interesting people. You get to be creative. But by far the most important part of it is that it forces you to get your ass out the door when you otherwise wouldn't.
Happy snowstorm everyone.
And a single one across the sky. Sometimes you're just in the right place at the right time. The planetarium and Natural History Museum are on the right.
The Natural History Museum. I actually prefer this shot the most. As a child I remember going into the huge halls and seeing the dinosaurs and whales. I get nostalgic whenever I pass by it and this was the first time that I've ever seen it from above.
1/400th at F7.1, ISO 3200 (55mm).
There really is no place left on Earth where you can get kids to put their cellphones in their pockets.
I love looking at old photographs of Central Park. So much of it looks exactly the same and so much (including the outfits) looks completely different.
These are courtesy of the New York Public Library's Digital Archive.
The Spa, Pre-1900.
I love old maps! 1863.
Did parents really allow their children to roll around in the park in these outfits? 1871.
The Arsenal and Zoo. Undated.
'Boys' Playground', 1904.
1/4 (tripod) at F8.0, ISO 100 (35mm)
Happy Memorial Day everyone! Hoping you all have a wonderful summer!
I photographed a wonderful couple from Montreal yesterday, who traveled to the city to be married under the arch in Bethesda Terrace. Such a magical location to get married.
This was my favorite photograph of the day.
Still time to get out there before it gets too cold. Best time of the year to do this.
Oh to have one of those penthouse apartments.
Looks like fun.