Coney Island is a street photographers paradise. The colors, action, and people get photographers of every genre something to shoot. Here are a few tips for your Coney Island street photography if you are planning a trip to the Brooklyn shore.
Today I took a walk through the city, but with a different view. A few weeks ago, I had ordered a set of prisms online. Wedding photographers have started using prisms to add an abstract edge to their photos and enhancing the bokeh. While I tried the look at my last wedding, the small prism […]
I was really tired this morning, and did not want to get up for today’s Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival. I’m glad I made it however. It’s been about two years since my last Easter day parade, and I think the crowds were bigger than ever. In case you’ve never been, the parade is more […]
Yesterday I took a trip to Coney Island. It had been about a year since my last visit, and I assumed the amusement parks would all be closed. I was wrong. Yesterday was, in fact, opening day at Coney Island. The weather was beautiful, and the crowds were plentiful. It was as if all of […]
I’m in the process of going through a lot of my past work towards the goal of creating a larger photo series on tourists and exploring the concept of how people react to a given environment. The plan is to tackle several iconic tourist destinations and look at these locations with the eyes of a […]
Scenes from today’s trip to Far Rockaway and Jamaica Bay in Queens.
Yesterday I went out with the mission to make a photo, not take a photo. All too often I find myself snapping and running vs. taking the time to wait for the shot. I want my street photography to push beyond the limits of simply being in the right place at the right time. This […]
Chaos, everywhere. A different country. That’s what it feels like to step out of the subway at Roosevelt and Main and into the world of Flushing, Queens. I have visited countless times before, but yesterday I went with the express purpose of street photography. Here is a glimpse of my day in Flushing.
I took a trip to Governors Island on Saturday (and again on Monday). Here is my story:
Wednesday provided a much needed break from the rain and humidity, so I decided to celebrate with an adventure to Dead Horse Bay. Not your typical way to spend a day off, but a fascinating lesson in NYC history nonetheless. Find out how this beach got its name and enjoy photos from my trip that […]