winter

“Project Photography: 35mm”

By Jacky Liang / March 26, 2014 /

With the high tides and cold weather, my good friend, Jason, managed to stay put and snap a couple of vintage school photographs. Oh, and by the way, he goes to Baruch College if you didn’t know. Remember those film cameras that didn’t rely on batteries? This was taken completely in film and manually digitized.…

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Observing New York’s Finest Views

By Jacky Liang / March 2, 2014 /

The views of the city are remarkably staggering. This is how it looks like on the 86th floor of the Empire State. Buildings from General Electric, H&M, and MetLife all soar around Manhattan. Lines were beginning to fill up as soon as we left. Tourists much? Well it’s New York. What did you expect? Tickets…

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Photoshoot at the Corona Park

By Jacky Liang / February 28, 2014 /

It’s Winter here in New York and other than staying at home relaxing in the heat, we decided to go for a frozen walk at the Corona Park with our camera and tripods across the damn iced kingdom. It was so darn cold, our human bodies froze a bit. Although, we did take some nice…

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