Black and White Street Photographs of New York City by Matt Weber

May 4, 2010

“Perfect Kiss” 2003

Andre Kertesz the great Hungarian photographer once said he waited his whole life to take a picture of a pigeon flying in front of a tenement. (It was an amazing photo) I felt that way about this image. I could easily have gone a hundred years without being this lucky again…

This picture is NOT in my book, “The Urban Prisoner” but is used to decorate the back of the dust jacket. I have a few copies of the book which I will sell to anyone interested for $60 signed or inscribed. I will pay for the shipping as well. Paypal me and the book will appear in just three days. You can’t beat that with a stick! (A silly saying that I never liked)

All Photos © Matt Weber

2 Comments »

  1. I’ve seen this picture from you so many times! And every time, I thought of it like a drawing and not a photo until now. It’s just very painterly. Like a charcoal drawing that leaves the drawing on your hands after you touch it.

    It’s cropped, yea?
    PS., Thank you kindly for your email a while back.

    Comment by dario — May 7, 2010 @ 7:03 pm

  2. It’s cropped as much as a photo can be cropped and still retain its integrity. I never worry about cropping cause sometimes half a picture can be a lot better than a whole one…

    Good luck!

    Comment by Matt Weber — May 7, 2010 @ 7:12 pm


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