I’ve been a photographer, more or less, all my life. My Dad was a photographer and by the time I was 12 years old, I knew F-stops, shutter speeds, film speeds, depth of field, etc. In recent years, I’ve revived my photography, especially as part of hiking in the Adirondacks, exploring the boroughs of New York City (Da Bronx!), and having fun with street style in the trendy neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan.
My Instagram is wholly devoted to New York City street style photography.
I’d like to have the pictures of me you’ve taken on last Saturday.
I was wearing very damaged pants and black shirts.
I’ve written a chapter book for grade school boys which features miniature WWII fighters (RC models at N-scale). I have scanned old photos to put in at chapter pages, which I believe to be USAF or RAF property and 60+ years old. Is this fair use? I’m wondering if some of the images on your website are in the public domain. There are a few I could use.
Thanks. I couldn’t find your email, so I commented.
(PS: I like your website, stories, pix, etc. If you haven’t read A Higher Call, I’m sure you’d enjoy it; WWII story of two pilots, one German, one American.)
Hi! Can I have the photos you took of me? I was the girl with the corgi and the pink hair wearing fluorescent pink sunglasses and I had headphones on. Thanks!
I was looking up info. regarding the U.S.S. Denebola and can me across your fathers recollections while serving on this ship. My dad was a petty officer serving also on the Denebola for 4 years. We have a large photo album recording my dads years on the ship . He had nothing but fond memories aboard the ship . If you are interested i could share them with you. I work here in NYC. Let me know. Andy Baron. 201 927-6821.
Sorry. My number is 201 927-7821
Heyyy can I have the pic u took of me? Thanks w was the girl with grey hair north’s face