I just saw New York I Love You at Oslo International Filmfestival. Such a beautiful movie, just like the city. I have visited NYC lots of times and shot lots of photos. So, this is my take on New York City….
Manhattan, 5th avenue shot with a disposable camera 1998. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Manhattan shot from Hotel Rivington. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Chrysler Building, NYC shot from Hotel Millenium. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Financial District, NYC shot from Hotel Rivington. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
World Trade Center, NYC, 1998. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Taxis, NYC. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Empire State Building. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Taxi, NYC. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
Times Square, NYC. Photo: Kim Erlandsen
All photos shot by me, Kim Erlandsen. And you know what? They are all licensed with a Creative Common Share Alike.
- February 26, 2011 -- Timelapsebonanza! California to LA..
One of my all time favorite timelapses: A seven day roadtrip from Los Angeles to New York City.
- January 20, 2011 -- NYC – Mindrelic Timelapse
Drop your pants and check out this insane cool timelapse from mindrelic.com. Yum!
NYC - Mindrelic Timelapse from Mindrelic on Vimeo....
- September 18, 2010 -- Exposure baby!
German Michael Wesely was in 2001 invited by MoMa in NYC to photograph the rebuilding of their museum. His idea was to take single exposure photographs during the entire building process.. that means ...
- January 6, 2010 -- 95 7elevens
Lovely series by Jake Michaels. He shot 95 7elevens, all within the Los Angeles City Limits
All photo were shot between 03:00-05:00 am. Check out the series here!