1/60th at F3.2, ISO 1600 (48mm).
For all of you Sesame Street fans. Not technically Alphabet City, but an avenue away.
Moral of the story - never leave your apartment without a camera, because that is the day you will see someone lifting a moose into an apartment.
.3 sec at F7.1, ISO 200 (28mm). Tripod.
Chase Bank. This one looks even better large.
1/125th at F8, ISO 320 (35mm).
When out shooting in the snow in the middle of nowhere I found myself attracted to the edges - the boundaries between the developed, populated areas and nature.
Often I don't necessarily know what I'm photographing at the time. There's a beautiful church in the snow behind me and I'm lost photographing the edge of a playground or the dipping lines of a telephone pole on the edge of the road.
1/125th at F9, ISO 320 (59mm)
1/15th at F6.3, ISO 320 (30mm).
Fence, 1/80th at F8, ISO 200 (30mm).
I wonder if my style, or I much prefer the words eye or signature, translates through different subject matter. I feel like that's the mark of finally maturing as an artist, when your work is recognizable no matter what the subject matter or medium is.
Lee Friedlander, (who inspired the above photograph) is my favorite example of this. Whether he photographed a forest, a street corner in Manhattan or Texas, a television, a sign, or even flower stems, you could tell they were taken by him, and they all gave us a glimpse into his complicated soul.
Fallen Tree, 1/125th at F5.6, ISO 320 (25mm).
Signature, 1/160th at F8, ISO 320 (42mm).