Last week we returned from New York. What an experience! I had the chance to try some amazing cameras but most importantly wander around this metropolis and craft some visuals.
During the few days we spent in the Big Apple, I encountered different weather conditions, revealing the many moods of the city. We had sunny skies, rainy and stormy days, as well as dull, grey moments. As I’m going through my images I find the varied conditions have provided very different imagery—and I love it.
I noticed recently that I have begun enjoying street portraits, something I did in New York, so I will share with you some blog posts with imagery and thoughts from the trip. I am planning to split my work into portraits, street life and creative seeing, based on New York architecture.
Today I would like to give you a preview of what’s to come. I hope you enjoy this series. Please let me know if you would like to hear about anything in particular.
As a reminder, this August, Ibarionex Perello and I will be leading a very special workshop event here in Vancouver. At the price of one workshop you will be able to work with both Ibarionex and me. I am really looking forward to this workshop and I would be delighted if you could join us and/or pass this information on to those who would be interested. You can reserve your own spot here. Appreciate it.
2 thoughts on “New York, New York”
Thank you for sharing your insights and photos, I love New York (though I only been there twice) it seems you have a way to capture it more as a minimalistic and quiet place. the ability to do so is awesome, the contrast really speaks out.
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I live in NYC, and it’s always such a cool (and sometimes envy-inducing) experience to see how other people see the city and the photographs they make!