Posted on February 17, 2014
Stunningly detailed black and white photograph taken from the High Line Park in the MeatPacking District of NYC. This view is almost as interesting in color as it is in B&W with the exception of all of the tremendous fine details that your eye misses when the image is viewed in color. Shooting this image in B&W gives it a classic old-world look that makes it a truly timeless photograph and a familiar scene to native New Yorkers everywhere. Fine detail like this is perfect for a professional Pearl print… you’ll notice twice as much detail as you do on your computer monitor!
Posted on February 16, 2014
Stunningly detailed black and white photograph of the steel globe on display in Columbus Circle on the Upper West Side. The globe with all seven continents represented, is particularly relevant now with the Olympic Games bringing the world together in celebration of global unity and the spirit of friendly competition. This image would look phenomenal as a white frame, white mat gallery frame in almost any setting. Taken with a Canon 24-70II zoom lens.
Posted on January 9, 2014
This is a black and white abstract composition of Orly Genger’s rope installation in Maidson Square Park. The exhibit was actually about brightly colored ropes in yellow, red, and blue, but I thought that the crisp detail translated better for this close up composition. Over 100,000 pounds of rope was used in total, and it was definitely one of the more impressive installations I’ve seen.
Click the Read More bar below to see a few color photos of this brilliant installation.