Taken with a Canon 5D Mark II and a Canon 135mm f2.0 L lens, a Man is focused on his smartphone while the Path Train approaches the Christopher Street train station in New York City
What exactly this is, I won't tell. However I bet thousands of people see it every day; and never even thing about how beautiful it really is. The design behind this is clearly beautiful.
Taken from the Photo Blog Archive
The blog was started several years ago. If you select the "Archives" you'll see the previous rendition of this photo blog, archived. This photo is from that blog.
A small collection of photos taken with a Canon 1DX and 85mm 1.2L II lens.
These photos were taken while walking to work one morning. Each photo has a story to tell. Hover on each photo to view their stories and titles.
A man strikes a pose as he sees me taking his photo while he enters a building, in New York City.
A photo of a fall flower taken 2 days before Thanksgiving 2012, with a Canon 5D Mark II and a Canon 100mm 2.8 Macro at St. Lukes Garden on Hudson Street, New York City
People enjoying the peace at Lincoln Center, New York. My intention of this piece was to utilize the brightness of the illuminated water and the night to establish a high contrast black and white photo. I wanted to capture the feeling which would allow the viewer to feel as if they could be one of the people there or one of the people approaching the fountain.
Photo taken by Daniel Russo with a Leica M4 and a Voigtlander Nokton Classic 40mm F1.4 lens with ILFORD HP5, 400 speed Black and White film
This photo was taken in the garden of St. Luke's Church on Hudson Street, New York City. I used a Canon 5D mark II with a Canon 100mm 2.8L Macro IS USM lens with natural light.
Taken at the Hoboken Terminal, these post was shot with a Canon 5D mark II and a Canon 24mm TS-E 3.5L lens. I used the lens to create a shallow depth of field along the length of the decaying post. I used "Manual Zoom" to take the close up. In case you didn't know what "Manual Zoom" is, it's when you physically move your body closer to your subject as a means of zooming in. In this case I was crotched on the "Zoomed Out" photo and simply stood up and used the Live View feature of my camera along with my arms stretched out fully to obtain the "Zoomed In" point of view.
A photo of a New York City Calvery Officer while he's on horse back, at Times Square. The title says it all. He saw me lining up my lens from at least 20 feet away. He made the face on purpose. I believe he was having a bit of fun. It makes me smile.