1/50th at F2.8, ISO 3200 (54mm).
I don't usually put portraiture up here, but here's one that I want to share.
This was done for an interview released today with longtime East Village punk rock musician, artist, and producer Paul Kostabi. It's a fascinating story, so take a few minutes and read it through.
1/80th at F5, ISO 1600 (28mm).
If ever I get a surreal feeling in New York, it's when I look into the stark and empty windows of the dime-a-dozen glass walled banks.
I think this is a good complementary image to this recent photograph.
1/320th at F10, ISO 1600 (28mm).
Who'd have thought I'd catch a bear and a moose in the last month on the Lower East?
1/200th at F2, ISO 6400 (28mm).
I don't mean this to be the gimmicky type of image. Within the comparison, there's a real story here about where the city used to be and where it's going.
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).