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Posts tagged with architecture

  1. Manhattan Blue in Black and White: A Bridge Less Traveled

    05 Aug 2019

    If you know me you know I love all of New York City’s bridges. The Brooklyn Bridge is, of course, iconic — the neo-Gothic tan stone architecture and hybrid suspension/cable-stay design are awe inspiring. John Roebling created a true masterpiece. And, for a number of personal reasons the Brooklyn Bridge…


  2. Oculus800

    09 Sep 2018

    Another round of photos created at the Oculus. This time all taken on Ilford HP5+ film (at 800 ASA), shot with a Minolta XD-5 and Minolta 28mm f/2.8. Developed in HC-110, dilution E. For more film photography, follow me on Instagram.


  3. Ilford HP5+ for Architecture? Yes, Please

    07 Jul 2018

    Normally when I shoot architecture (outdoor) on film I use a slower film. One of my favorites for this task – no, my very favorite – is Rollei Retro 80s. I also liked Acros 100, but we know how that story has played out The last time I had the…


  4. Seeing the Light in Grand Central Terminal

    24 Jun 2018

    The natural light that beams into New York’s Grand Central Terminal today is nothing like those monstrous shafts that bombarded the place 75 years ago. It’s unfortunate, I suppose, but that doesn’t mean Grand Central has lost all its luster. I could, in fact, argue that present-day Grand Central’s subtler…


  5. Yankee Stadium: A Legend in the Making

    24 May 2017

    The old Yankee Stadium — the house that Babe built, the home of the Evil Empire — is steeped in baseball lore. Actually, it may be among the most renowned stadiums in history, irrespective of sport. I sometimes wonder, though, if I should even refer to it as “old” Yankee…


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