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10/08/2018 08:59:00 AM · #1
A beautiful series New York Noir.
10/08/2018 03:55:00 PM · #2
Thank you, Henry.

All of these could as easily have been mine, if only I were just a wee bit more talented. Maybe a little more than wee.
10/08/2018 05:34:33 PM · #3
Very nice. Thanks for sharing this.
10/08/2018 06:20:02 PM · #4
Paul, nice to see you still poking around. My mind is in it even if I donít post very often.
10/08/2018 10:33:36 PM · #5
Really interesting. Thanks for this glimpse of the curtain pulled back and the essentials given their due. I've actually made some similar pictures, but without a master's intent, as I've accidentally pushed the shutter button whilst shambling about.
10/08/2018 11:00:39 PM · #6
The key here is putting them together. Yes Henry: photo essay (collection) that we like a lot.
I don't find necessarily NY in his images - well "my NY" - and reading him I found that it's not necessarily NY that he looked for:
" I seek out the light that I like and know best. "

Never mind that; I did not know this photographer and I found him described as "an artist working with photography" and really like his work. Great find Henry.
10/08/2018 11:49:21 PM · #7
That's somewhere up there well-beyond "excellent". Absolutely stunning work, to my eye and sensibility anyway. Thanks so much for sharing, Henry. And Paul, great to see you popping in!
10/09/2018 01:14:44 PM · #8
as DPCers we're well aware of how to create this "look" or something similar. I think his genius shows when he melts men into a lamppost, or tricks rain into falling up from an umbrella
10/09/2018 01:42:53 PM · #9
Thanks for sharing Henry. Some great photography there. I've been aware of Brunelli for a few years and have got a couple of his books. Whilst I found his early collection The Animals totally amazing I was a bit disappointed with his book on London for some reason I can't put my finger on. I do like these New York ones a lot more. (maybe because i know London very well but have never been to New York? Maybe.)
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