The Way I See It (Blog)

Posts tagged with blackandwhite

  1. Call To Action: One Time For Botham Jean

    03 Oct 2018

    “If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” – Malcolm X


  2. And Suddenly All My Tri-X Dried Flat

    19 Aug 2018

    For those of you who didn’t see my interview with the great Ed Verosky, he asked me to name a few of my favorite films. Among those that I named was Ilford HP5+, because it’s versatile, easy to work with, yada yada yada. I stand by all those things, but…


  3. 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…


  4. Dark Winter

    13 Mar 2018

    Never too boldly declare winter in New York to be “over” any time before April. You’ll probably be wrong. Every self-respecting New Yorker know this, so I guess I’m just putting it out there for recent transplants and tourists. To bolster my assertion, I present to you a series of…


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