It’s with a sharp eye and keen observation of everyday life that Eric E. Anderson captures the streets of New York using fresh, bold composition that draws you in with its simple, matter-of-fact style.
The street in New York City is like one long string of events, each loosely connected to the other. In a short 6 block walk, the light & energy of a place can change in very dramatic ways.
The urban environment is filled with endless combinations of line, shape, color and texture. The joy of exploration comes from slowing down and taking the time to notice.
Public transportation in New York City is something everyone should experience. Thousands of lives all happening at once yet seemingly separated by the tiniest bit of space.
Back in the day, our school gave us Aptitude Tests to determine how best we could serve society. Mine said I should be an Architect. To this day, I always take a moment to look up.
Perhaps the most risky field of kinetic photography is that of camera tossing, in which the photographer throws their equipment into the air with the hopes of producing an artistic image.
I’m in strong agreement with the person who said “... the best camera is the one you have with you.” I've heard it and read it many times but I don’t know who said it first. No matter, it’s true.