This photo is from the archives. Taken during a private street photography workshop.
coffee to go taken in the East Village 12 January 2020 before the pandemic lockdown in New York City.
Street art can be found everywhere in New York City. This silhouette of Basquiat is on the building where he once lived.
It’s pretty common to think of street photography as full frontal facial shots. But there’s more than one way to do it! This photo was taken during a Soho Street Photography Workshop in January 2020.
This photo was taken during a recent street photography workshop in Soho. The winter light just drew us in to take photos here. We always find interesting street shots that can’t be planned ahead on workshops.
What a fabulous neighborhood for street photography! Only a few spaces still available for the Soho Street Photography Workshop on 12 January. Get more information or register online.
The Lower East Side is a culturally and visually rich neighborhood. I provide private photo workshops there all year round.
The afternoon light has been absolutely beautiful for street photography. I guess the colder temperatures are the price for them.
In my group and private street photography workshops, we always focus on helping you find your own style. Your style is whatever announces itself in your field of vision. It is those things that you like. I like using the city as a backdrop for my photography.
There is street art in just about every neighborhood in New York City. It can make for a nice background for street photography.
We often run across a fair amount of street art on my workshops. But if you really want to capture a lot of it, I offer private workshops in the East Village, Soho, Bushwick and East Harlem to name a few where street art is everywhere.