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Lower East Side
New York was an artists’ paradise. On weekends, I explored the city, walking for hours, sometimes stopping to sketch or take black and white photos on my $2 Brownie Point & Shoot camera, (the one that required no skill to operate.) I still have an envelope full of snaps and negatives of the Lower East Side (in its heyday) that continue to inspire me.
"A Vanished Era" is a small booklet Bob Callahan and I out together with the photos.
Anybody can snap a photo; but turning them into a "work of art" is a whole other level.
Cropping, transparencies and overlays bring my pedestrian photos into hopefully works of art.
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