“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Carlos Llamas shares what makes the Big Apple a haven for visual storytellers.
Name: Carlos Llamas
Camera: Nikon F100
Film: Ilford Delta 400
Location: New York
From Manhattan to Brooklyn, summer or winter, New York might be one of those cities where you have to resist to turning your camera off or down. The infinite possibilities between the city landmarks and its particular subjects always bring a chance for a unique snapshot.
Every time I visit this city, I am still amazed about how New Yorkers are used to be photographed, or don't even care about it, which gives you a lot of room to play with. Waiting on the corner, running into the subway, or just sitting at the park, there is always something that will catch your eye and transfer that sense of inherent storytelling into your images.
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