New York Photo Blog

Silver Balls

Posted on Jul 19, 2010 in The Photography

Wherever you went – there was this juxtaposition of old and new art. Of course, coming from the U.S. I found the new things disturbing. I wanted to walk through places that were hundreds or thousands of years old and hadn’t been disturbed by time. I wonder, if when Europeans come to the states, they […]

House on Canal, Belgium

Posted on Jul 18, 2010 in The Photography

Rollei TLR, 1992. My second trip to Europe, this time I went with my friend to Belgium for a few days (by train).

Autumn Escalator, Paris

Posted on Jul 17, 2010 in The Photography

Paris, Rollei TLR, TMY 1991 Like many photographic enigmas, is there any way to tell whether this was moving or not?  The moving stairs, invented in the late 1900′s were originally run by steam driven engines.  This shot, was taken in Paris, during the autumn (leaves are all dead) and that may give a clue.  […]

Speaking of Tweets

Posted on Jul 17, 2010 in The Photography

I tested it here first — you’ll see the tweet in the upper right corner of post… But now for the first time I put the ability to tweet in the PHOTOGRAPHY STORE.  You can now TWEET an individual image from the store.  This is of course useful to me for obvious reasons. Here’s an […]

Paris Palindrome (Visual)

Posted on Jul 17, 2010 in The Photography

Also known as Heart of Paris. I began flipping images and lining them up like this a long time ago. Sort of along the lines of what you might see in a kaleidoscope. Do they even make kaleidoscopes anymore for kids. The one I had, had three mirrors, but also little flakes of glittery things […]

Playing with 500D Movies and Utube

Posted on Jul 17, 2010 in The Photography

Okay, just made quick movie with Canon 500D (cat – what else) and posted to YouTube: Uhm… you don’t need to watch the movie unless you’re really bored, but how do I get the code to embed it in my wordpress (self-hosted) blog? Well, maybe you might watch a little bit of it, if […]

prices have gone up

Posted on Jul 17, 2010 in The Photography

Which won’t matter much now; but it will soon (when holiday time comes around). Anyway, I have 30 prints to get out, and they are all due by end of next week.  No, only one of them is from an individual.  The rest are from art buyers, interior designers, and architects. Good stuff.  I like […]

Jump, Poets Walk

Posted on Jul 16, 2010 in The Photography

Plus-X, Pentax 67, 1993, Central Park

Photo Price Increase on the Way

Posted on Jul 16, 2010 in The Photography

Probably tonight: 8 x 12 no mat goes from $95 to $115 (so that it’s the same pricing as 11 x 14) 8 x 122 mat goes from $120 to $140 (same reason.  Don’t want too many different prices) 15 x 23 goes from $195 to $250 (Again, bringing the rectangle prints to same prices […]

More Tourists

Posted on Jul 16, 2010 in The Photography

Already totally wise to the ways of the street.  First he pushed his younger sister before me, but she was too shy; and then he negotiated a price for posing.  Mostly in French.  It was like running into a French version of the Bowery Boys.