New York City: Unique, high energy, edgy, ever-busy, diversity of people and architecture, exciting, perfect city to photograph. Street: Randomness, spontaneous, flow, chaos, rhythm anticipation, fleeting moments in time, interaction, unobtrusive. Film: Tangible, tactile, organic, imperfect, challenging. Black and White: Timeless, abstract, classic, content, mysterious, gritty, grainy, light, shadow. All the images presented here were taken in the 1970s, 80s and 90s. – Jeff Rothstein https://www.jeffrothsteinphotos.com/
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