Joel Meyerowtiz Interview 2020

I like Meyerowitz’s street work, especially that of the 1960s and 1970s. I find it to be his most interesting. Though I usually have a hard time listening to him speak, I find his words a bit “over the top”, this interview is worthwhile to listen to. https://www.lensculture.com/articles/joel-meyerowitz-ready-for-surprise-joel-meyerowtiz-interview-2020

My LensCulture Submission Review

Thoughts? Comments would be appreciated below…… Hi Keith. I’m glad I had the chance to review your work. These photographs clearly have an edgy quality to them that captures a distinct aspect of Herald Square. It’s kind of funny how the images fly in the face of the common belief that New York City hasContinue reading “My LensCulture Submission Review”

My LensCulture Submission Review

There are various points I will respond to, what do you think of this review? Be honest please. Dear Keith Goldstein, Thanks so much for sharing your images with us at LensCulture. Your photographs share an engaged sense of interactions between people and their environments. They are intuitive and read as having been produced byContinue reading “My LensCulture Submission Review”