1/125th at F10, ISO 400 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
If you've noticed, the photos have slowed down a bit lately. That wasn't really planned, but due to a mix of an extreme workload with the end of the summer. I'm slowly catching up and we're going to start getting back into the four or five photos a week norm.
This was taken on what could be the best street in the city for architecture fans - Greene Street in SoHo. Greene Street is a five block landmarked street with the most beautiful cast iron buildings in the entire city.
1/250th at F14, ISO 3200 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
80 Spruce Street at 8:20pm. If you want to know what's happening to NY, this picture says a lot about it.
1/500th at F16, ISO 200 (35mm) - Fuji X100S.
1/250th at F13, ISO 1600 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
YUN or YUNNIE is a term that I recently heard from Jeremiah of Jeremiah's Vanishing New York, which means 'Young Urban Narcissist.' Great term. He had an interview that you should read titled, The End of New York.
If this picture wasn't enough to signal that the Bowery is changing, here's another sign. Jay Maisel is selling his incredible building. It's sad as this is my favorite building in the city, but you can't blame Jay for selling in this market. I can't imagine it will be anything other than a $500+ a night hotel.
1/60th at F7.1, ISO 400 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/250th at F3.2, ISO 3200 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.