About 10 years ago I went on road trip through Texas and found this cop at a roadside fast food burger joint. I fought off my intimidation and asked him if I could snap a portrait of him. I recently rediscovered the image and started to play around with converting it to black and white. Using 3 types of Topaz software this is what I came up with. I like this version much better than the color.
I shot this during a winter drive in upstate NY. Shot in color and processed into B&W using Topaz software. Whenever I the a shot like this it reminds me that there are potential great photos all around us, it’s just a matter of seeing.
I came upon this gentleman the other day on 28th st. between Madison and Park. Shot in color and processed using Snapseed my favorite new iPhone photo editing app.
I was going back through all of my iPhone shots the other day and found this that I had totally forgotten about. This is one of the very first shots that I ever took on an iPhone. I just happen to catch this at the right moment. I love the light and love the mood.
I took this portrait of my wife, Robin near our upstate NY home in Deposit NY with the help of some fill flash from my trusty Nikon speedlight.
This is one of the new images from my New York City Wall Art Series.
Another shot in my New York City Wall Art series.
I recently shot this portrait at a bowing alley in Times Square, NYC. It’s lit with a small soft box mounted on to a speedlight rigged up to a monopod. Down and dirty but effective.
Another website in China is running my Women of 5th Avenue series.
New promo piece just mailed out to ad agency art buyers.