A foggy NYC skyline is photographer Piaskowski’s pallet and muse. Pictures find the ordinary at play with the ephemeral in a series taken during the pandemic.
About East River NYC Winter, 5:00 A.M., from Roosevelt Island One winter morning, I looked out my window, and there it was. Surreal, rich in color, like a painting. But it was […]
There are more than 10 Ways to See New York City. What comes to mind when you imagine New York City? Times Square? Central Park? The Empire State Building? Maybe, the Statue of Liberty? Here, I’ll offer some other, less obvious choices.
Waiting for the Light is street photograph. It captures the gritty realism of urban alienation on a hot summer afternoon.
A Times Square Winter late afternoon swells… On some days at certain hours, Times Square seems like the center of the universe. Crowds, even in January, swell and move like currents in […]
Canal Street, New York City, is where anything loose in the city seems to tumble. This fine art photograph is a kind of composite. From Chinatown to McDonalds, all along the subway […]
San Francisco point of view… “Walking through a park in San Francisco, I found an abandoned hopscotch court just as the sun set. It had a kind of lost childhood, haunting feel […]
Humor in street photography isn’t something you see every day. I’ve walked through galleries, admiring the work of photographers who, for all their skill and art, have no sense of humor. But, […]
About Deborah Julian’s urban landscape photography… Not all urban or street photography is fine art. It all depends on the photographer’s motive. Street photography is about narrative, and urban may be static, […]
Images of New York City bring an angular view to urban spaces, seen through street photography. Catching what’s missed in the rush. Balloon Girl (Soho) by Deborah Julian Up Close, What Does […]