Posts Tagged ‘Architecture’

Framed, New York City

"Framed"

In another addition to my new “Streets and Strangers” set, this is a scene that immediately hit my eye. In a composition that requires little explanation, I saw a┬áman waiting for someone by a blue-lit Citibank panel, which just happened to be framed perfectly by the panel of revolving doors right before me. All I […]





The Center of the World, New York City

Times Square, NYC

This blue hour, mid-January shot of Times Square brings me to an important topic. How do you generate light trails? The easy answer is, using long exposures. However, this can be difficult in a brightly lit location, such as Times Square, especially if one wishes to preserve the color of the sky and shoot at […]





Neon Rush, New York City

Times Square, NYC

Today is a cold day in New York City and although the sky was ablaze with colors at sunrise, the sunset had no light to offer because of the oncoming storm. I therefore headed to a place fully lit 24/7/365, the center of the city and the world – Times Square. Every time I come […]





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