I wanted to let you all know that I will be running a two-day urban photography workshop with Valerie Jardin on April 12th and 13th, 2014. You can check out details on Valerie's website here.
Hopefully, I will see a few of you there!
1/250th at F9, ISO 1600 (35mm).
It's nearly impossible to take a photo of people sitting on park benches without comparing it to Garry Winogrand's World's Fair photograph.
1/125th at F4.5, ISO 800 (35mm).
I remember when you used to go in the back of these shops and purchase the fake handbags - not too long ago. They'd give you the labels to put on the bag after you paid them. And if the cops came they'd pull the shutters down so fast. I only saw that once.
Now they have people on the corner with laminated sheets with pictures of the bags. You pick one out and they go somewhere to get it for you.
1/500th at F2, ISO 1600 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
After last years unfortunate demise of the Fuji X100 (photos of it taken apart here), I'm finally back with the X100s. More about it next week. I feel like I've been reacquainted with an old friend.
If you're looking to see gorgeous cast iron architecture, Greene Street in SoHo is the place to go. Here's a Google street view.