Monthly Archives: October 2015
You Don’t Pick The Subject, The Subject Picks You
Nowadays, there are contests, walks, workshops, websites, ebooks, gurus…… ad nauseam, who claim that they can teach you “street photography”. They claim to teach you to overcome your fear of people, show you the best camera, the best places, the best time of day…….etc.. Sure, they must be fun. I know some of these peopleContinue reading “You Don’t Pick The Subject, The Subject Picks You”
Early Fur, Garment District _9409
I am not a “winner”, but there is a bit of me in everything I do.
I know nothing better then to photograph what is close to home. My neighborhood, my commute to and from work, my hometown New York City and its boroughs. In strangers on the street I recognize a piece of myself within. Of course my friends, and last, but not least, my family. For me, there isContinue reading “I am not a “winner”, but there is a bit of me in everything I do.”