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South Street Seaport, Manhattan.

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South Street Seaport, Manhattan.

You can now also purchase my photography on a wide variety of merchandise (t-shirts, magnets, postcards, iPhone/iPad cases, posters, the list goes on). To view all of these New York City gifts and products at my store, click here.

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Pier 17. South Street Seaport, Manhattan.

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Pier 17. South Street Seaport, Manhattan.

You can now also purchase my photography on a wide variety of merchandise (t-shirts, magnets, postcards, iPhone/iPad cases, posters, the list goes on). To view all of these New York City gifts and products at my Zazzle store, simply click here.

To purchase this as a print/card here on Tumblr simply click below the photo here. View this photo on Flickr here.

A few months ago I was asked to shoot a video for an electronic-political music project that is based in New York City. Having absolutely no experience or expertise with shooting music videos whatsoever, I said yes.

This was shot on a extremely bitter cold day in and around the Financial District and lower Manhattan with nothing but the Flip Ultra HD video camera given to me to use that day by the singer of the project specifically for this video. It was edited (with much trial and error) in Adobe Premiere Elements.

Today it got linked on NME, a popular online magazine for media news much to my surprise! You can view the link on NME here.

While I don’t profess any sort of prowess with shooting and editing videos since this was literally my first time dealing with this sort of thing, the experience did make me keenly aware of how different and complex video shooting and editing can be in relation to digital photography. It was enjoyable playing with the movement of the video in relation to the music (3:53 and on was particularly fun).

I am very happy that I was able to shoot in some of my favorite places in the Financial District, including my absolute favorite alley in New York City.