1/200th at F4.5, ISO 1600 (28mm).
If you've been following for awhile you no doubt know that I have somewhat of an obsession with advertisements and their effects on people.
It's gotten pretty uncanny in certain situations. If I stand by certain ads I've noticed that I can often tell who's going to look and who's going to stop for it. It's actually fairly obvious of the type of people that will stop when you see a luxurious gold hand in a window that looks like it's doing a 'come here' motion.
This reminds me of zombies in a certain way.
1/800th at F9, ISO 1600 (28mm) - summer 2012.
You ever notice how couples tend to look alike? It's one of my favorite things to notice. I find that it's mostly in the jaw structure, but then over time as couples start to dress and act similarly, it's pretty amazing.
1/400th at F7.1, ISO 1600 (28mm).
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).