Photographer’s ‘Double Exposure’ Photography Shows What ‘Star’ Photography Can Do for Photo-Equality
Photographer Mark Zuckerman, who lives in New York, is a regular photographer.
When he was a student at Columbia University, he started taking photos of buildings, and after that, he got into a lot of things.
He worked in the city for two years, then got a job with the Brooklyn Bridge District.
He took a few photos for the boroughs Parks Department, and one for the Department of Transportation.
He then moved on to New York Magazine, where he has been shooting since 2008.
Now he’s at it again, this time on a series of double exposure photos, where a subject is photographed from a very high-angle angle.
“I wanted to show people how to use a high-altitude camera like a drone or a camera mount,” Zuckermans main subject is the New York Stock Exchange.
The first shot in the series shows the front of the building from above, where the exchange’s tower is located.
In the second shot, Zuckermans is taking a close-up view of the floor of the NYSE tower, where his subject is standing.
“It was really cool to see how people would react to the shot, because the people in the street just didn’t know what to do,” Zwergmann said.
“And that was very important to me.”
For the photo of his subject standing in front of a giant sign, Zwerman was able to capture the perfect angle.
He used an iPhone, and a camera lens that he borrowed from a friend, to capture a clear shot.
He didn’t want to use the camera mount that was available at the NYSSE, so he had to find a way to capture that same shot using his own drone.
Zwermans goal was to capture something unique and personal.
The second photo in the photo series is of a man standing in the middle of a busy street, surrounded by the NYSB Tower.
Zuckeman’s subjects are a woman and a boy in their mid-20s, standing behind a large sign.
“I didn’t expect to be able to show how to get an aerial view of something,” Zwermans said.
He had to use some software, a drone, and some creative thinking.
When he started out, Zwerman didn’t have a drone.
He only had a GoPro.
But since he started using the drone, he’s been able to get better shots.
In addition to capturing the street scene, Zwarmann has also been using a camera for the portraits of people, such as a woman, who stands in front the NYSCard.
He says the quality of his shots has improved, and he hopes that his exposure photos will continue to improve.
His work has been featured on ABC News, The New York Times, CBS News, and many more publications.
You can follow him on Twitter at @MarkZwergman.