By Nick Christophers Ekaterini (Katie Kay) Koufalis is a one of a kind artist who has paved her way to bigger things. Katie, as she is known did not realize her inner talent until she was close to her teens. She comes from a bloodline of talented family […]
Capture the magic of the setting sun against the roofs while sipping a beer from any of the hilltops throughout the city.
Jay is a traditionalist who prefers to shoot on film (even in the current market where digital is the dominant source for producing photos.) For him, film offers a timelessness that cannot be duplicated by digital. A similar argument is true in the music industry when it comes to comparing digital with the quality of a vinyl record.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Located uptown and accessible by the A,B,C and D trains the James Bailey Mansion is worth a quick visit. You can get close to the house for pictures but it is privately owned so you will not get to go inside to explore. The house […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Spring in New York City and all the trees are in full bloom. The cherry trees are in bloom, the city smells and feels good; people are happy. This is one of the best times during the year to come to New York. When you […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Throughout the year an individual can pick up flowers and small apartment plants at their local bodegas (corner all purpose stores.) The flower varieties change throughout the year but typically the quality is good and the prices are right. One can also head over to […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Wander around nyc for 10 minutes and chances are you will find something that makes you want to bring out your camera and take a picture. Well, at least reach into your pocket and grab your smartphone for a quick pic. Then you can apply […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The lunar eclipse (Blood Moon) occurred early this morning on the east coast between 1am and 3am. I wanted to capture some photos and set my alarm for 2:20am in the morning. I actually got up and headed to a rooftop in an attempt to […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes Better late than never, Spring has come to New York City. The jacket threat level has been downgraded to fleece or wind breaker with an occasional need for an umbrella. Book your flights, train tickets and buses and come on over to the city. The […]
By Seth Fera-Schanes The 2013-2014 winter doesn’t seem to want to end. It “technically” did end when we “officially” ushered in “Spring” on March 20th and we actually did have some nice days around that time but nothing has quite stuck. Most New Yorker’s are grinding their teeth […]