Here is part two of my photo series from the Black Lives Matter protest I attended on Sunday June 14th. As I explained in my last post I decided to post these photos in black and white. In some ways I find black and white photos to be more expressive when it comes to profound news events like this. With black and white photography you are less distracted by color and advertising. The simplicity of black and white helps to reinforce and focus in on the subject matter, distilling it down to shapes and forms, to lightness and darkness, and the under lying emotion in the moment. I hope I was able to capture that in these images.
On Sunday June 14th I went to a Black Lives Matter protest on Long Island New York. I had wanted to go to the protests in New York and Brooklyn but was worried about Covid 19 as I live with high risk people. When I learned there would be protests on Long Island I figured it would safer as there would be more room for social distancing and the crowds would not be as large. I did my best but I don’t know how successful I was at social distancing, but I kept my mask on and did the best I could.
Here is a quick video of my mini Colour Pop haul. My first Colourpop palette and I am very impressed. I also share with you an eye treatment I picked up at Amazon. Hope you enjoy!Here is a quick video of my mini Colour Pop haul. My first Colourpop palette and I am very impressed. I also share with you an eye treatment I picked up at Amazon. Hope you enjoy!Here is a quick video of my mini Colour Pop haul. My first Colourpop palette and I am very impressed. I also share with you an eye treatment I picked up at Amazon. Hope you enjoy!
Here is part four in my NYFW Fall 2020 street style series. Most of this was also shot outside the Michael Kors show. So much fun style and inspiration to be had. I had a chance to shoot a lot of people I admire in the fashion industry. In the last post in this series I was able to snap Tamara Kalanic a favorite influencer of mine, and in my first post and my NYFW Fall 2020 vlog I captured one of my idols Grace Coddington. In this post I snapped world famous model Binx Watson. How cool is that?
Here is my last look for NYFW. I wore this on the third to last day. It …
Here is part three of NYFW Fall 2020 street style. This was shot outside Michael Kors. It was a great day. Not too cold, not raining as it had been for much of this season’s shows. I met up with the other photogs I run around with, some of you may have seen them in my NYFW vlog. And the best part? I got a couple of shots of one my favorite influencers Tamara Kalinic. I watch her religiously on her You Tube channel. Here she is decked out in Michael Kors.
Fashion Week is in full swing here in New York. And I am quite busy this week running to shows and shooting street style. I am getting a glimpse of what is coming for fall and the trends that we will be wearing this time next year. And it seems the statement sleeve and ruched eighties dress is not going anywhere any time soon. Reformation’s pre-fall collection does indeed have a decidedly eights vibe to it along with a can’t be missed rock-n-roll edge. Moto jackets, metallic skinny jeans and accompanying low slung belts, big shouldered mini dresses and plenty of black define this lineup with it’s youthful vigor and after dark appeal.