1/320th at F9, ISO 1600 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
The only thing that the phone booths are used for anymore are for peeing in and selling drugs.
1/250th at F14, ISO 400 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/320th at F13, ISO 3200 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/250th at F7.1, ISO 400 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/320th at F5, ISO 1000 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/500th at F11, ISO 800 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
Chris Reisman is a retired police officer who worked the East Village from the late '60s till the '90s. I was very fortunate enough to have him tell me his story.
To give you a sense of his personality, Chris chose to work in the East Village precinct, which at the time was an area where "cops who couldn’t be punished would be assigned here under the theory of how much harm can they do?"
His stories talk about what it was like to be a cop in a very dangerous time and neighborhood for cops, about the Hells Angels, the murder of his partner and boss, and an incredible amount of insight from the mind of a police officer.
1/60th at F6.4, ISO 800 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/500th at F5, ISO 800 (35mm) - Fuji X100s.
1/125th at F11, ISO 400 (35mm) - Fuji X100S.
If advertising didn't make you feel bad enough about yourself, leave it to American Apparel to up the ante. This is pure evil.