I haven’t done a DSLR Diaries for a little while, and it feels strange, so I’m rummaging through my camera roll for some miscellaneous fall-winter 19/20 photos to share with you guys.
To be frank, I haven’t gone shooting much lately as it’s so cold out and the winter wind freezes my little fingers whenever I take my camera out in below 45° weather.
Even thought I think winter landscapes are magical, I’d much rather it be spring right now.
Anyway, enjoy these photos taken in NYC and Long Island during the months of November 2019-January 2020.
Autumn leaves in Babylon, LI.
Clear afternoon skies in the Flatiron District of Manhattan.
Ziggy’s installation near Madison Square Park.
A row of autumn trees.
Start of Winter 2020
Remnants of snow at Highbridge Recreation Center.
Sun setting over the 175th St exit off of I-95.
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I should have posted this days ago, but I didn’t, so here we are, looking back at October in my DSLR photos more than a month after New York Comic Con.
I didn’t attend Comic Con as a ticketed guest, but I had some friends that wanted to do a photoshoot after, so I hung out around the Javits Center and took some pics of people in cosplay entering an exiting the venue.
I did dress up though, as Qveen Herby. One of my coworkers took these shots of me:
You’ll notice a bunch of Where’s Waldos in these pics. I’m not really sure what that was all about but I was kind of annoyed that I couldn’t find anyone dressed as Carmen Sandiego!
Anyway, enjoy! (These have no captions because I have no clue who half of these people are, save for Mario and Luigi, Tina and Louise Belcher, and Spiderman lol)
Also, check out the two photoshoots I did with my friends in October in my Instagram stories highlight @thewhisperboxpix!
It’s time for another DSLR Diaries!
I had a blast being an amateur photographer during New York Fashion Week SS20. While I wasn’t prepared to take shots of moving models on the catwalk (didn’t know how to work the manual shutter speed), thankfully, I was invited to photograph the Kentina showcase backstage. So exciting!
I also went to two NYFW events, one at Micheal’s Luxury Consignment shop on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and a blogger event at Ann Taylor on 5th Ave (thanks for the invite, Christina!).
I wasn’t able to take any photos at all during the Minika Ko showcase I went to at PH-D Lounge (the Penthouse rooftop at Dream Downtown) because it was so dark that my night mode setting was USELESS. I was able to get a decent video on my DSLR though, which you can see in this Instagram post.
Without further ado, enjoy DSLR Diaries a la fashion week:
Backstage at Kentina
Micheal’s Luxury Consignment
Style Collective Blogger Event at Ann Taylor
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A few weeks ago I was walking down Steinway Street in Astoria with my friends and I saw this lovely multi-color street art mural of Audrey Hepburn.
The amount of trucks that passed by while I was trying to take this photo is absolutely maddening.
Anyway, if you’re passing by Steinway Thrift Shop near the Steinway station, look up and say hello to Audrey Hepburn. She’s sure to make your day.
Jennifer Lopez stepped out in New York with a green smoothie in hand and some sassy sequined sweatpants, reminding us all that March is here and we need to go back to our regular workout in time for bikini season.
She went gray from head to toe with a gray pullover hoodie and Timberland boots, sporting an athleisure look.
This look can easily be done with sneakers instead of boots if you want to look stylish at the gym or during a run. Below are the Timberland boots she wore (marked with *) and some items similar to the original pieces.
1. Active Faith, $45.00
2. RVCA, $35.20
3. Yoins, $23.95
4. Lulu’s, $132.00
5. Echo Club House, $46.50
6. Zappos, $170.00 *
Happy Columbus Day! The 104 Street station on the A line was completely renovated a few months ago, which brought some lovely artwork by Béatrice Coron to the platform.
Coron specializes in cut-out art. 104th Street station features her collection On the Right Track, which is a beautiful installation of human-like figures representing different characteristics such as “happy,” or, in this case, “kind.”
I love the fact that you can look at this piece of art and literally see through it. Looking at “Kind” and seeing the landscape through the carvings reminds makes the artwork seem as though it has a much more deeper meaning. Mother Nature is kind, as she gives us natural resources such as oxygen and water. We can see kindness in the woman represented in this piece of art, and literally through her we can see the gifts that Mother Nature gives us.
I also love the way the woman’s robe blends in with the rest if the carvings, making her seem like she’s floating in place.
Watch Béatrice Coron’s TED Talk about her creative process here.
The one thing I love about Brooklyn is the amazing street art you’ll find as you walk through the neighborhoods. There’s something to love about graffiti that isn’t vandalism.
I found this gem on the side of a building on Roebling and N 9th. I really like the way the pink writing is sort of splattered with a bit of a paint drip along the side of the building and under some of the letters. The paper cut out collage look of the Roebling family portraits and other art decor behind the words is quite interesting as well.
And yes, life truly is beautiful.