Apr 21, 2014
Smith/9th Street F/G. Brooklyn, NY. #subway #brooklyn #nyc #ny #b&w

Smith/9th Street F/G. Brooklyn, NY. #subway #brooklyn #nyc #ny #b&w

Apr 14, 2014

Two photographs from last week ended up in The New York Times Week in Pictures. 

Two photographs from last week ended up in The New York Times Week in Pictures. 

Apr 14, 2014

Recent work for The New York Times.

Recent work for The New York Times.

Apr 14, 2014


A photograph from last week ended up in The New York Times Week in Pictures. 

A photograph from last week ended up in The New York Times Week in Pictures. 

Apr 14, 2014

Recent work for The New York Times.

Recent work for The New York Times.

Mar 30, 2014
Disembodied mannequin hands. All the rage in Brooklyn these days. #thriftstore #couldyouuseahand #sofuckingpunny #nyc #brooklyn

Disembodied mannequin hands. All the rage in Brooklyn these days. #thriftstore #couldyouuseahand #sofuckingpunny #nyc #brooklyn

Mar 29, 2014
They just don’t make those $5 umbrellas like they used to. #nyc #brooklyn #umbrella #rain #streetphotography #alwaysberaining

They just don’t make those $5 umbrellas like they used to. #nyc #brooklyn #umbrella #rain #streetphotography #alwaysberaining

Mar 29, 2014
Sometimes. Just sometimes - when all the right things come together - NYC is the worst. #nyc #manhattan #nevernotraining

Sometimes. Just sometimes - when all the right things come together - NYC is the worst. #nyc #manhattan #nevernotraining

Mar 29, 2014
Damnn’t. My favorite pay phone. GONE! #payphone #nyc #manhattan #lurchingtowardthefuture

Damnn’t. My favorite pay phone. GONE! #payphone #nyc #manhattan #lurchingtowardthefuture

Mar 28, 2014
Manhattan from Jersey City. Ever so close. Ever so far away. #nyc #jerseycity #manhattan #rain #fog #onassignment

Manhattan from Jersey City. Ever so close. Ever so far away. #nyc #jerseycity #manhattan #rain #fog #onassignment

Mar 24, 2014
gregkahn:

Trapping with Phil Jackson

Greg Kahn tackles a difficult subject (visually and otherwise), climate change, with aplomb for MSNBC. If you haven’t already checked it out, do so here. 

gregkahn:

Trapping with Phil Jackson

Greg Kahn tackles a difficult subject (visually and otherwise), climate change, with aplomb for MSNBC. If you haven’t already checked it out, do so here

Mar 24, 2014
thomasprior:

happy to be on lighbox today!..thanks to TIME for publishing some of my photos from queens.
big temporary edit on my site here

Willet’s Point has always been an NYC fascination of mine. Thomas Prior photographs it in a way that I’ve never seen (or even imagined). Worth taking a look.

thomasprior:

happy to be on lighbox today!..thanks to TIME for publishing some of my photos from queens.

big temporary edit on my site here

Willet’s Point has always been an NYC fascination of mine. Thomas Prior photographs it in a way that I’ve never seen (or even imagined). Worth taking a look.

Mar 24, 2014
theatlantic:

Is Stop-and-Frisk Worth It?

In cities across the country, stop-and-frisk strategies have gained great currency. They aim to get guns off the street, to glean information and solve crime sprees, and, perhaps above all, to act as a deterrent, by letting criminals and would-be lawbreakers know that they might find themselves getting a pat-down at any given moment. Arguably, the policies have succeeded, helping to cut crime dramatically from New York to Los Angeles. But they have also stirred the loudest and most painful present debate in American criminology: Are young men of color being unfairly—and unconstitutionally—singled out?
Read more. [Image: Philip Montgomery]


Philip Montgomery brings an important issue, Stop & Frisk, out of the dark (literally and figuratively) for The Atlantic.

theatlantic:

Is Stop-and-Frisk Worth It?

In cities across the country, stop-and-frisk strategies have gained great currency. They aim to get guns off the street, to glean information and solve crime sprees, and, perhaps above all, to act as a deterrent, by letting criminals and would-be lawbreakers know that they might find themselves getting a pat-down at any given moment. Arguably, the policies have succeeded, helping to cut crime dramatically from New York to Los Angeles. But they have also stirred the loudest and most painful present debate in American criminology: Are young men of color being unfairly—and unconstitutionally—singled out?

Read more. [Image: Philip Montgomery]

Philip Montgomery brings an important issue, Stop & Frisk, out of the dark (literally and figuratively) for The Atlantic.

Mar 24, 2014
iancbates:

A man gets out of his truck in War, West Virginia on February 19, 2014. 
Story here: http://america.aljazeera.com/features/2014/3/coal-industry-machineleaveswakedeepandwideinwestvirginia.html

Ian Bates travels where many photographers have before BUT, luckily for us, doesn’t make the same pictures they have. Check it.

iancbates:

A man gets out of his truck in War, West Virginia on February 19, 2014. 

Story here: http://america.aljazeera.com/features/2014/3/coal-industry-machineleaveswakedeepandwideinwestvirginia.html

Ian Bates travels where many photographers have before BUT, luckily for us, doesn’t make the same pictures they have. Check it.

Mar 24, 2014
viiphoto:

Tomas van Houtryve’s project Blue Sky Days, which reveals a drone’s-eye view of America, is the longest photo story which has ever run in Harper’s Magazine since they began publishing in 1850. You can find the 16-page feature of black-and-white aerial images in the April issue of the magazine; glimpse the introductory text here. The work will also be exhibited in New York April 3-25, 2014. 

If you haven’t already, go out and pick up the latest issue of Harper’s Magazine. Stacey Clarkson, Harper’s Art Director, gives up a massive amount of well-deserved space to this work by Tomas van Houtryve.

viiphoto:

If you haven’t already, go out and pick up the latest issue of Harper’s Magazine. Stacey Clarkson, Harper’s Art Director, gives up a massive amount of well-deserved space to this work by Tomas van Houtryve.

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