Keith Goldstein: New York Street Photographer – The Interview

Many thanks to Marcus Niski for this opportunity! JUNE 1, 2018 BY NAKEDCITIESJOURNAL Keith Goldstein: New York Street Photographer – The Interview Keith Goldstein is a New York based street photographer who photographs his subjects in various locations in and around Manhattan. His images are candid portrayals of New Yorkers as he encounters them throughout the various boroughsContinue reading “Keith Goldstein: New York Street Photographer – The Interview”

“For What We See Is What We Are”

I haven’t thought of Ernst Haas in years. Every so often I come across an image of his and it sparks a wonderful teenage memory. Haas was a photojournalist and  pioneering color photographer. I was lucky to discover him very early in my career. Haas bridged the gap between photojournalism and the use of photographyContinue reading ““For What We See Is What We Are””

“…fool’s errand.”

“The End Of Street Photography” – At Least For This New York City Photographer, by Michael Ernest Sweet I have written about the problems of street photography before, and my prediction for its ultimate collapse, but still it goes on. Nearly everyone agrees that street photography has become a repetitive, over-saturated, largely ignored genre inContinue reading ““…fool’s errand.””

“…a certain sacredness”

“It’s not just the meaning of the image that has changed – the act of looking does not have the same meaning. Now, it’s about showing, sending and maybe remembering. It is no longer essentially about the image. The image for me was always linked to the idea of uniqueness, to a frame and toContinue reading ““…a certain sacredness””