New York Street Photography by Matt Weber

December 1, 2011

Welcome to my gallery featuring 4 Decades of New York Street Photography

I want you to enjoy my galleries of street photography without getting lost. There are many different galleries with subjects you can peruse. If you you are interested in Subway photos there are plenty of images which show the NYC subway system in all its "splendor" You can leave comments if you feel so inclined. Most images can be purchased as either High Resolution digital files, suitable for reproduction, or as prints for your collection.  "The Urban Prisoner" (Shown on the left) is my first monograph, published in 2004 by Sanctuary Books. Introduction by Ben Lifson. There are still some copies available for purchase.

MATT WEBER PHOTOS FOR SALE

E-mail Photographer     ALL PHOTOS ©MATT WEBER

The Urban Prisoner is now available SIGNED!

*NEW BOOK! “Coney Island-Double Vision”

“More Than the Rainbow” Documentary

New York Times “Street Fights!”

Forward Thinking Museum

SLATE.COM…Urban Love!

The Daily Mail UK

“Street Reverb”

“Oipolloi”

REVIEWS: The Urban Prisoner

September 17, 2014

“A Drinking Life”

alcoholism-matt-weberPete Hamill’s book “A Drinking Life” describes old New York’s drinking culture as well as any book ever could…

©Matt Weber 2014

September 16, 2014

Smoke

**TEEN-Smokes-Rain-far-2014 copy©Matt Weber

September 15, 2014

Cop

subway-police-matt-weber©Matt Weber 2014

September 14, 2014

Coney Island 2014

Coney-Black-family-matt-weberOn 9/11 I photographed the final tower’s collapse with my 200mm lens. I never picked the lens up again. I don’t know why this happened, but I have only used two lenses, a 28 & a 35mm since then. The old saying “If you your photos aren’t good enough, you weren’t close enough” sometimes has some truth to it, but you can get too close and that can be bad as well. I think we live in a time where experts, and so called experts can’t shut the fuck up! It is very tiring to read all of the so called rules which are now available everywhere, online and in print. By far the worst is “How to become a fearless street photographer” Every soldier knows that some fear is necessary for self preservation and when on the street, being fearless can get one into trouble but quick.

The only advice I would give, and I won’t charge anyone a penny, is shoot what you want, when you want, but use some common sense! That’s what it’s there for…

September 13, 2014

Some Girls

blond-women-42d-street-matt-weber©Matt Weber 2014

September 12, 2014

Riverside Park 1996

Riverside=park-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 11, 2014

September 2001

Filed under: (Street photography), 9/11 Related — Matt Weber @ 7:03 am

Diptych-Missing-Posters-Patriot-2001 copy©Matt Weber

9/11/01

9/11-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 10, 2014

Trenton N.J. 2001

trenton-kids-matt-weberI took this picture just a few weeks before the massacre and wonder what became of this group of kids…

©Matt Weber

September 9, 2014

Columbus Circle 2014

subway-teens-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 8, 2014

86 Street 2014

teenagers-nyc-matt-weberThe Kids Are Still Alright…

©Matt Weber

September 7, 2014

Texas 1992

gas-station-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 6, 2014

“Angels & Dildos” 1989

guardian-angels-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 5, 2014

59th Street Bridge 1988

edddie-murphy-matt-weber©Matt Weber

42d Street 1993

42dStreet-matt-weber©Matt Weber

September 4, 2014

42d Street 2014

42dStreet-matt-weber©Matt Weber

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