Travel Journal: New York (Day 2)

Saturday was my photography day as my wife likes to put it. Walk her to the closest shopping area, map out her stores, then carry on. So my first instinct was to head straight down to Chinatown and Little Italy. These are always locations I have to hit when I’m in New York. There’s just so much chaos and activity there. I did make one pit stop on my way down at Dashwood Books to pick up a copy of

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Assignment A Week #4 – Shoot Into the Light

This weeks assignment is all about shooting into the light. Go out for a walk, be it a whole day or just an hour for your lunch, and aim your lens in the direction of the sun. It’s a tricky exercise as you need to find that perfect balance between your highlights and shadows. Making sure you don’t clip or clamp either. I prefer to shoot in dense urban environments as the light reflects off the buildings, which tend to

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Travel Journal: New York

I’m back again. Back in the city that never sleeps. There’s something about New York that I can’t get enough of. The people here seem to let their personalities out. Not shy to let people see who they are, unlike Toronto which feels very reserved. I landed on Friday night, dropped my bags off at the hotel, met up with the wife for dinner, then headed out for a late night walk through midtown and Times Square. It was a

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Only on Broadway

I don’t normally take pictures of street performers. Don’t know if wandering around with a snake and having people place it on their shoulders counts as being a performer but sure why not. Everyone there had their jaws slack watching this snake wrap around the guys neck and I kept wondering whether or not he’ll be able to get it off his neck afterwards. NYC (November 2014) Leica M7 + Voigtlander Ultron 28mm f/2 + Kodak T-Max 400

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