105 NYC Subway 1975–1985 with Gerard Exupery

Photographing people can be such an amazing experience, and can deliver wonderful pictures too. Today I’m talking with a photographer that has dedicated his photographic life to doing just this. You’re listening to Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 105 for February 7, 2021

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Taking down Fences on the farm: https://youtu.be/2sDlx50Uhp0


I am your host, Brent Bergherm. Welcome to Latitude Photography podcast, the place where travel-outdoor photographers come to learn, grow, create and be inspired. Thank you so much for being here.

I visited a local print shop…
One last week for our Topics Winter Wonderland and Within Arm’s Reach
Get your Lightroom Questions in.
One last call to purchase the online printing course before I release LPS. you’ll get access to one year of LPS if you purchase the course by end of business day, Pacific Time on Monday February 15, 2021. I’ll be temporarily disabling the shopping cart as I make some changes and upgrades on the site. After this date this offer is over. For those that have purchased it in the past, this applies to you too so don’t worry, you’re covered.
Interested in any farm life stuffs? I’ve got a link in the show notes to my wife’s YouTube channel where we share our experience of setting up the farm. We moved in about 5 months ago now and in the latest video where I make an appearance we’re taking down some fencing. It’s not photography related at all, just another item I’m involved in and if you like the notion of farming and crafts and such, then take a look at the link. It’s in the show notes.

Today we are talking about Street Photography and I’ve got a well experienced NYC photographer joining me, Gerard, welcome to the show!

The Conversation

Tell us a bit about yourself, wherever you’d like to start and whatever you’d like to share about you and your photographic journey.
Your book: Subway, New York City 1975–1985
Pics from the book, in a bit more detail:
42nd Street Times Square / 1975
#5 Lexington Avenue Line Platform at 59th Street Downtown / 1975
BMT at 50th Street – Rockefeller Center / 1982
49th Street Uptown Platform / 1977
Suzy on the IRT Lexington Avenue Local / 1976
IRT Broadway Local / 1978
14th Street Union Square / 1985
RR Terminal Dittmars Blvd. Astoria / 1983
Tell me a bit about shooting in NYC today What can a photographer expect from the people living there? From law enforcement?
You have another project you’re releasing soon. Tell us about that.


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