Street Photography

Public Isolation

© Leland Bobbé

Shot during the Covid-19 Pandemic in New York City

More From My Series Public Isolation NYC

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I stood in the same spot for about 40 minutes focused on this background waiting for people too walk by. On a normal day there would have been too many people but during the lockdown in NYC there were so few people on the streets. I set my camera on high speed continues and when an interesting person walked by I was able to bang off at least 5-6 shots. This woman was by far my favorite.

More from the Streets of NYC During Covid-19

Leland Bobbé

The Corona hat is a nice touch . . .

Corona NYC

© Leland Bobbé

I haven’t posted anything here since the Corona Virus lockdown, I’ve been working on a series of black and white street photography of single people wearing masks in otherwise empty environments.  This is my most recent. I’ll keep posting these here.

Presentation at Projections 2/19

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On Wednesday evening 2/19 between 6:30 and 9:30 I will be one of 3 photographers presenting work at Projections sponsored by The PhotoCloser. I’ll be showing work from NYC 1970’s, Neo-Burlesque and Half-Drag The event will be held at La Caverna at 122 Rivington Street. I’m going on last. These are fun events and yes there is a bar.

Museum of The City of New York

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Tonight I’l be attending a private opening at the Museum of the City of New york titled “Collecting New York Stories: Stuyvesant to Sid Vicious”drawn from hundreds of additions to the museum’s permanent collection over the past few years.Two of my photographs will be included. Show is up through the end of the year.

My New Music Video “Click Click”

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaQ26UWJswQ

Most of you know me as a photographer but back in the day i played drums in bands with my dear friend John Berenzy. I started playing bass a bit over 3 years ago and have been writing and recording. I wrote this song about my street photography in NYC in the 70’s, what the city was like then and what it’s like now. Along with my photos I see it as a rock ‘n roll documentary. If you like it please share . . .

Presentation at Soho Photo Gallery

© Leland Bobbé

I’ll be giving a presentation tonight, May 30th at 6pm at the Soho Photo Gallery  at 15 White Street in Manhattan,

I’ll be discussing my photo projects along with a digital slide presentation.

 

 

Aipad

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One of my Hardat NYC images will be on display at the upcoming annual Aipad Photography Show as part of the ASMP booth with the theme of Americana. In addition i’ll have 4

International Color Awards Winner

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My image titles Billy’s Empire State was just awarded in the International Color Awards in the silhouette category.