Posted byKeith GoldsteinPosted inHell's Kitchen, New York CityTags:#everybodystreet, #Life_On_The_Street, 28mm, color, Hell's Kitchen, hood, hooded, Manhattan, New York City, postaday, raw streets, Ricoh GR, street, street candid, street life, street photography, urban life, woman, _R019363
Published by Keith Goldstein
Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City. View more posts
4 thoughts on “Hooded”
This coat looks really really warm, which is what I could use right now here in Minnesota.
There’s such a contrast in this image in cold (portrayed by the coat) and warmth (portrayed in sunshine on face).
I remember that it was one of those days where the chill goes right to the bone. I didn’t have gloves for my walk, having left them at home. I’m glad that my camera is small enough to fit in my jacket pocket with my hand.
Maybe I’ve asked this before. But what type of camera do you use?
I have combo mitten/gloves. The ends of the mittens fold back to reveal gloves with fingertips exposed. These work great for photographing in winter. They were a gift from Randy and one of his best.
I use a few cameras, but most, as of late, is the Ricoh GRll. I am anxiously waiting for the release of the Ricoh GRlll. The ll definitely needs an update. Mine is has gotten pretty battered over the last few years. I dropped it by accident the other day. It fell about 3 feet onto concrete. Still keeps clicking!