Have you seen?

Have you seen Curious Frame? This is my website where I write about photography. There are more than 100 posts on a few different categories and it’s growing.

Tuesday’s post is about Repetition in Art and using it in photography. The posts are in categories of Thoughts on Photography, Street Photography Tips and Abstract Photography.

Minimal Monochrome Photography
Repetitive Lines, Coney Island, January 2019

It is designed to be a resource of material much of which I’ve written and published in the last 3 years and many of the articles have been reprinted from my Shoot New York City Newsletter.


For many years now, I’ve been intentionally trying to capture street photos in New York City with only one person in the frame. It was often an unusual thing to capture. Now of course, many of these photos are mistaken as being taken now during social distancing. This photo was taken in 2009 during a photo tour.

Monochrome Street Photography
56, New York City, May 2009

Have No Fear of

Many people cringe when they hear the word abstract. It is a term to describe many different types of art. Sometimes both the term and the art are difficult to understand.

Abstract Street Photography comes in degrees and kinds as well. It is not difficult to shoot abstract street photography and it can be quite fun as well as interesting.

Abstract Street Photography
Some Lines, New York City, May 2019

If you’re interested in learning about how to shoot abstract street photography, I have a workshop on November 24th. Have no fear it’s fun!

Blue and Red

A person’s face is not necessary in street photography. In fact, sometimes it’s even better. The combination of an umbrella and few colors is a great combination in making a photo minimal. Are you looking to up your skills as a photographer? I provide both group street photography workshops and private photos tours. You can see more information on my website.

Blue and Red