January 20, 2017. It is Trump Day 1. What would be the future of America? It seems all blurry to me just like this photograph.
Sometimes life throws a new crosswalk at you. It is a path that you’ve never crossed before. That is why you might be very afraid of it. However, whether you take it or not is totally up to you. Nobody can do it for you.
Happy new year to everyone visiting my blog. This is my first post in 2017. My journey to photography world will be still in progress in 2017.
I don’t usually take a photo of homeless. The homeless is not a subject in this image. I just saw a bird coming off the christmas tree with a big question mark. I see doubt and hope at the same time. That’s all.
The NYC Street Photography Collective that I proudly belong to does a show on January 27 through 29 at the Living Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Please follow a link here for Facebook event created: NYC-SPC Winter Show. If you’re in NYC around that time, please come over to the gallery and have some free beer provided by Oskar Blues Brewery. You will definitely enjoy great photographs from our talented members. Of course, my work will be part of the show, too.
제가 속한 거리사진 그룹에서 짧고 굵은 전시회를 하게 되었습니다. 기간은 1월 27일 (금요일) 부터 29일 (일요일)까지이고 장소는 브루클린에 있는 아담한 겔러리, The Living Gallery (1094 Broadway, Brooklyn) 입니다. 뉴욕 혹은 근처에 계신 분들은 꼭 한번 들러주세요~~!!! 공짜 맥주도 제공되고, 저를 포함한 14명의 멤버들의 작품을 아담한 공간에서 감상하실 수 있습니다. 혹시 질문 있으신 분들은 여기에 질문 남겨주세요.
When I play with light and shadow, New York City streets become my own studio.
NYC Street Photographer Collective which I am proud to be a part of has just issued a quarterly zine that includes some of my photos as well as work from other super talented members. This Fall 2016 edition has more than 100 street photographs from 16 members of the collective. Please check it out and order one if you are interested in. The proceeds will help support the collective’s future exhibitions and editions of our magazine.
How long is this printed newspaper going to be delivered to our door? Things we never paid attention to due to familiarity seem so unusual in today’s digital era.