I brought a panoramic pinhole camera to Cortlandt Alley, near Chinatown and Tribeca. I like the location for its graffiti, street art, tags, and pasteups. The alley gets little vehicular traffic, so it’s possible to set up a tripod in the alley and not have to worry about cars and trucks coming through. The exposure in the shade was long—over 6 minutes, as I recall—so the occasional passer-by, and even an occasional car coming through weren’t in the frame long enough to register on the film.
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