“If you don’t have desire, you won’t see what’s there.” Daido Moriyama. This photo was taken in Midtown Manhattan during a private street photography workshop.⠀
I took this photo in 2009. But I only just processed it and have posted it here for the first time.
I miss Coney Island and I am looking forward to the day when I can go back there. This photo was taken during a private street photography workshop there in February 2020.
I have photographed the Coney Island Mermaid Parade for 12 consecutive years. This year was of course, canceled as a result of the pandemic. So here are 2 photos from 2014.
Now that New York City will be entering Phase 2 of the reopening from the pandemic lockdown, I am looking forward to being back on the streets shooting again and planning when my private and group workshops will begin again. Very exciting!
I wonder how I survived the majority of my life without a mobile phone? Everyone always distracted by their phones. Here is another diptych of 2 monochrome photos taken during a street photography workshop in Soho.
Monochrome is a real favorite in street photography. I look forward to starting up street photography workshops again.
Continuing in my series of monochrome diptychs taken during a street photography workshop in Soho, June 2019.
There are so many different ways to display your photos. I’m in the mood for diptychs at the moment. These photos were both taken during s street photography workshop in Soho.
Did you ever hear the advice to not shoot into the sun in photography? Well I used to avoid shooting into the sun. Then one day I started doing it and I really like it. Try it, you might like it.