Black And White Photography, Joseph, Photography

Advice To Younger Self Project

Black And White Photography, Martha, Photography

The is Garrett, age 57. I photographed him on the streets of New York.  When asked what one piece of advice you would give to your younger self, he replied,
” Be less distracted and more focused on things that are really important.”

Power Lunch: Lübeck

Black And White Photography, David, Photography

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Taken while on a visit to Lübeck in Germany. I thought the guys in suits provided a nice contrast to the picture.
Nikon D800
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8

Street Photography

Black And White Photography, Photography, Steven

Mysterious Markings

So many things I don’t understand about “street photography”.

Olympus OMD E-M5 with Olympus body cap lens, processed in Snapseed.

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Subway Cowboy

Black And White Photography, Martha, Photography

One of the many things I love about street photography in New York is the subway. You just never know who is getting on or what will happen.


Black And White Photography, Martha, Photography

Trump Tower in New York has become a tourist attraction, surrounded by NYPD.  This gentleman, a doorman for Trump Tower, stepped away from the door and posed for me.

No political discussion here, just a portrait of a man that seems to take pride in his job.

Run Run

Black And White Photography, Charly, Photography

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Black And White Photography, Photography, Steven


I don’t get much opportunity for street photography, but every time I do I’m reminded how difficult it is for me, and how exciting when things work out.

I saw this woman approaching me on the other side of the street and realized there was a photo opportunity in the making, if I could time it right. It was one of those situations where there was barely time to get the camera to my eye and press the shutter.

There are several things I like about this image; the contrast between the linearity of the building and the shape of he woman in her long dress, the contrast of textures and the contrast between the static building and the implied movement of her stride. But what I like most is her. She looks like she knows where she is going, and she is confident she will get there.

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Black And White Photography, Mel Rolleri, Photography

Lost in Amsterdam