Here’s a few snaps Long Island City’s infamous 5Pointz graffiti spot. Check out the attached article detailing the planned destruction of this NYC landmark.
Categories: Recent Work, Street • Tags: 5 pointz, 5 pointz to be domolished, David Turcotte, event and concert photographer, Long Island City, nikon 24-70, Nikon D600 for street photography, Nikon D600 street photography, street photogrpahy
Rained out! Here are a few photos of fans streaming out of Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Park after Riot Fest 2012 was cancelled due to inclement weather (ie- The New York Tornado). I was really hoping to see The Descendants and Gogol Bordello. Sigh.
A simple photo of the cockpit of a New Jersey Transit bus driving through the Lincoln Tunnel at 1:00 am coming back from New York city. One tap of the breaks and I could have easily been kissing the front windshield. Nikon D700, Tokina 16-28 2.8.
Sometimes simple photographs are the most beautiful. The image above was taken while shopping for yarn at one of my wife’s favorite yarn/fabric shops in New York called Purl Soho. Edited in Lightroom 3.6. Enjoy! D700, 50mm 1.4g, ISO 1600, f/4, 1/60
Categories: Recent Work, Street • Tags: 50.14G, david turcotte photography, dgtphotoghy.com, Fabric and Yarn Photography, Nikon 50mm 1.4 AFS, Nikon D700, Purl Soho, Street Photography, thefullframe.org, Yarn, Yarn Stores
Single image of a man taking a nap in Washington Square Park on a Friday afternoon after work. I hope I didn’t wake him. Enjoy.
Earlier in the week, I wrote about some of the positive aspects and outcomes of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement. There is however another element of discussion on OWS- Longevity. Take a look at a few more images and commentary at the heart of Occupy Wall Street in NYC.
Curious about the Occupy Wall Street protests happening in New York City? Take a look for yourself from the heart of the movement at Zuccotti Park in Manhattan’s financial district.
The fun in street photography is often the challenge of seeking out strange or interesting scenes in the most ordinary of environments. Although there is nothing “ordinary” about New York City, capturing intriguing images of touristy destinations like the Brooklyn Bridge or Chinatown is much harder than it looks. Take a gander at the results […]
Philadelphia is one of the great cities in America. The city is littered with rich architecture and historically significant sites going as far back as the late 1600′s. Unfortunately, the city is also littered with an inordinate amount of trash, abandoned row homes, vacant factories, and other forms of urban decay. I am going to […]