Another post of a series that I started when I worked in Manhattan. I love the excitement that the tourists bring to Times Square, each of them capturing their own private moment despite the hustle and bustle surrounding them. Here is the previous post in the series.
Canon Powershot G12
Caught while walking through New York, where nobody walks slow enough to get a shot that’s sharply focused. That’s New York: you blink and you miss it.
lens: John S.
film: Ina’s 1969
Despite the cold weather, Times Square is teeming with tourists during the holiday season. These pictures are part of an ongoing project I’m having fun with: all the various ways people memorialize their visit to New York, and to Times Square specifically. The full series is in a gallery on my photography site.
Who would have thought that the New York Police Department has time for photo opportunities? But they do, and they endure the onslaught of tourists in Times Square gracefully. This is a continuation of my Times Square series I started a few weeks ago.
Captured with Canon Powershot G12, modified with Silver Efex 2
I found these moments of vacation snapshots more interesting than the actual splendor (or squalor, depending on your point of view) of Times Square. Check out the first post in this series.
All photos taken with Canon Powershot G12, modified with SilverEfex 2.