NYC Street Photography by Matt Weber

July 7, 2014

Upper West Side 2014

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July 6, 2014

“The Death of Photography”

death-of-photography-matt-weberRecently I was told by a very knowledgeable fellow that photography was dead, and that we had entered the post photography era, or something to that effect. Well maybe the fact that everyone has a camera and is photographing every single person on this planet, could have devalued the art slightly.

I’m not an expert on the business end, and I may be the worst business person on earth, but there has been a big change in actual prints and how they are sold. An Edward Weston pepper will still get furious bidding, but many other living photographers (Like myself) are finding it harder to sell even our best images….

Bla bla bla. I know this is old news.

©Matt Weber

July 5, 2014

Street Photography 2014

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July 4, 2014

Freedom 2014

FREEDOM-TOWER-MATT-WEBERHappy 4th of July!

©Matt Weber

July 3, 2014

23d Street 2003

Pushing-TV-Fence-2013 copy©Matt Weber

July 2, 2014

NYC 2006 AKA “Lolita and the Corpse”

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The stupid title is for the “Title Police” who take this stuff way too seriously, and also for my dad who has been cringing from them for decades…

 

©Matt Weber

July 1, 2014

Cat Fight 2014

black-cats-fight-matt-weberIf I ever get off my butt and try to publish the “Fight Book” then these adorable sisters will probably find their way in…

©Matt Weber

June 30, 2014

96th Street & Broadway

96th-Street-Broadway-2014-matt-weber©Matt Weber

June 29, 2014

Grand Central 2014

SUBWAY-MATT-WEBER©Matt Weber

June 28, 2014

Brooklyn 1989

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June 27, 2014

Walk the line

broadway-upperwestside-matt-weberTrying to take a few different pictures.

©Matt Weber

June 26, 2014

Sutton Place 1987

Sutton-Place-matt-weberThis was a perfect example of how bad things were in New York during the ’80s. Sutton Place is one of the most prestigious addresses in the city and the canopy was like this for months. Even the high rents these “poor” folks paid couldn’t keep their building in tip top shape.

©Matt Weber

June 25, 2014

Truck 22

NYC-firemen-matt-weber©Matt Weber

June 24, 2014

“The First and Worst Taxi I Ever Drove” 1988

dodge-taxi1988-matt-weber©Matt Weber

# 7 Goes to Heaven 1995

mickey-mantle-dead-matt-weber©Matt Weber

June 23, 2014

Yonkers N.Y. 1998

yonkers-ghetto-matt-weberI am rescanning  my images from “The Urban Prisoner” for an I-Pad version. This chore has dragged on and on, as finding over 100 negatives is harder than I thought. A few were not segregated from Gen Pop and have been a real bitch to find…

©Matt Weber

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