Mural, East Village NYC
Diner, East Village NYC
Fruit Stand, East Village NYC
Portrait, East Village NYC
Portrait, East Village NYC
Portrait, East Village NYC
Portrait, East Village NYC
Portrait, East Village NYC
Portrait, East Village NYC
Street Capture, Washington D.C.
Street Capture, Washington D.C.
Street Capture, Washington D.C.
Street Capture, Washington D.C.
Street Capture, Washington D.C.
Outside Petco Field, San Diego
Outside Petco Field, San Diego9
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
Newark Train Station
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
East Village, NYC
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor
Picture Frame & Bus, East Village NYC
Crutch & Construction Site, East Village NYC
D.C. to NYC Amtrak Corridor49
Branch, East Village NYC

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Smearing a translucent gel, such as Vaseline, around the perimeter of a cheap, glass filter is an old-school, analog effect I like play around with. Of course I can get similar effects digitally, but I like the randomness of the tactile, physical gel. I've got to constantly adjust the thickness and placement of the gel during my shoots to achieve the particular effect I'm looking for. And going out on a shoot with a gel-smeared glass brings the play back into my walks and opens my eyes to subjects that I might otherwise pass by.

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