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
Be sure to follow my photography Instagram account!
Summer is almost over, so soon I’ll have some completely new scenery to shoot photos in!
Let’s take a look back at my favorite snaps from August 2019, including some fun pics from SHOWFIELDS and a couple of night shots.
Boodles British Gin Exhibit at SHOWFIELDS.
Totally jumped into this pile of pillows at SHOWFIELDS.
Floral boards for sale at SHOWFIELDS.
Screamed all the way down this slide at SHOWFIELDS!
Motto of a shopaholic. SHOWFIELDS gets it.
Neon signage on above the elevator at SHOWFIELDS.
I think this is one of my best urban shots of NYC to date.
Loved the way the lighting looked on this building facade at night.
Ferrara Bakery’s neon sign.
I’ve also started a new Instagram account solely for my DSLR photos, so check it out for some bonus content!
If you follow me on Instagram or watch my YouTube channel, you’ll know that I’m the proud owner of a new Canon EOS 4000D. It’s my first ever DSLR camera, and I’m so excited to be considered an amateur photographer.
As I practice taking photos, I figured it would be fun to start a new series called “DSLR Diaries” where I share some of my favorite shots for the month. My ultimate faves go on my Instagram stories immediately after I’ve taken them, so I’m not going to repost those here. Make sure to follow @thewhisperbox so you don’t miss them!
Enjoy my July 2019 in photos!
This box remained in the living room for several weeks because Artemis Lucille the cat loved it so much.
Sidewalk floralia in Washington Heights, NYC.
A cool shot of docked CitiBikes in Chinatown/Little Italy.
Chalk art on the sidewalk on Grand Street of interlaced hearts <3.
Okay, so I technically posted this one on my Instagram stories already but this chandelier close up is too cool!
My boyfriend’s favorite beer, Genesee, at the East Harlem Bottling Co.
Dinner at East Harlem Bottling Co.
I couldn’t resist taking a closeup of this yellow flower in Babylon, NY.
A bird day afternoon in Argyle Park.
A graceful swan in Argyle Lake.
Check out my Canon EOS 4000D unboxing video if you haven’t already!
The Steven Kasher Gallery in Chelsea is exhibiting some pretty intriguing art lately, so I could not resist stopping by to check out She Could Have Been A Cowboy by Norwegian photographer Anja Niemi.
The exhibit features several photos (among other cowboy-themed photographs) of a woman in a blonde wig that covers her face. In some of the photos, she’s pictured in cowboy getup. In others, she’s in a pink dress or other feminine garments. When she’s dressed as a cowboy, she looks alive, moving her body in different ways. However, when she’s dressed in feminine wear (or sitting in the bath unclothed) she appears sad and still. The exhibit reminded me of the unhappy and unfulfilled 1950s housewife.
Of all the photos, “The Fall” stood out to me the most. The woman in the blonde wig is standing in the middle of the desert with a lasso in hand, wearing her sleek cowboy attire (loving the neutral pink-ish tan and brown palette, btw!), her body captured in a pose I guess one would strike if they were falling backward gracefully.
What is she falling from, though? There’s no horse in sight, so it must be something figurative. Is she falling back to into a reality where she’s not a cowboy, but instead a dreary housewife who has just taken off her sad pink dress to sit sulking in the bath?
Maybe I’m reading this wrong. Regardless, Niemi gives us some interesting material to think about this Women’s History Month.
Catch the exhibit at Steven Kasher Gallery before it closes on April 14, 2018!
Valentine’s Day is coming, so it’s time to get a bit lovey-dovey.
This colorful mural by Eduardo Kobra might trigger a black and white memory of a real life event that happened in Times Square on V-J Day in 1945 commemorating our victory over Japan.
The photo, taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt, captures one of the most romantic kisses of all time between a soldier and a nurse. Swoon.
Kobra turned their black and white memory into color, and for that I’m sure they’ll be eternally grateful.
Looking for a cute Valentine’s Day photo to take with your honey? Imitate Kobra’s street art, which can be found in Chelsea NYC, specifically on West 25th Street and 10th Avenue.
Learn more about V-J Day in Times Square here and check out more of Kobra’s work at eduardokobra.com.
Last week Thursday I attended Laura Little Curated’s launch event in NYC at 28on27 with my friend Kristell. The event featured Laura Little’s photography and some of the clothing she designed using her own photographs.
The DJ at the event spun some pretty cool tunes. No one at the event knew who he was, but I hope I run into him again at another event soon.
Today’s Gallery Mondays is a photograph that was part of Laura Little’s digital photography display. This girl is rocking a sporty vibe with that bob and the dark shades. I’m not too sure what photoshoot this photo was part of, but it definitely belongs in a fashion magazine.
Check out Laura Little Curated here.