1/250th at F16, ISO 400 (35mm).
Got a chance to check out the final untouched section of the High Line yesterday, slated for construction in the next three months. So expect some more of these photos mixed in over the next few weeks.
It's an interesting feeling photographing something that you know will disappear in the coming months.
This is one of those images that's much better viewed large.
1/25th at F5, ISO 1600 (28mm).
Those are lottery tickets stuck in a subway vent.
The city is a place of great fortune for some, but more often of broken dreams.
1/500th at F8, ISO 800 (28mm).
There are many ways to cope with the stress of the crowded nature and piled garbage in the city.
I prefer to think of the garbage and the sludge-water flowing into the gutters as the mountaintops and streams of the 21st century. Frightening but beautiful, if you are able to look at it in those terms.
Maybe I'll become the Ansel Adams of garbage photography.
1/250th at F2.8 ISO 3200 (28mm).
Clearly the theme of this week is advertising. This wasn't planned but probably a little bit subconscious.
This image also reminds me of one of my favorite shots from this year.
1/400th at F10, ISO 1600 (28mm).
You may say that this is just a coincidence or a random occurrence, but I think that this downplays the role of advertising and fashion in our lives. I think there has to be a connection here and an influence.
What do you think, coincidence or not?
1/400th at F7.1, ISO 1600 (28mm).
It was only a matter of time till I caught that damn Abercrombie bag next to a real belly.
And if you visit New York, do not step foot into these three shops. Please.
If I could live in any neighborhood in New York (besides the EV), this would be it. Read why through the stories from the neighborhood locals in the larger version.