All My Photos

I started taking pictures when my father gave me a camera in 1971. My first pictures were black and white and were processed in my father's lab. By the time I switched to color in 1986 I had taken 247 rolls of b/w film (7,887 photos), and by the time I switched to digital in 2004 I had taken 87 rolls of color film (2,482 photos), for a grand total of over 10,000 photos. In 2007 I got a negative scanner and began the laborious process of scanning and tagging them. The thumbnails below are overlaid with color icons indicating the location and subject:

Location:
Elementary School Elementary School (781)
High School High School (456)
College College (74)
Studio Father's studio (968)
Click any of the thumbnails below
to see just the legend icons:
Subject:
Father Father (468)
Mother Mother (326)
Brother Brother (945)
Sister Sister (1000)
Me Me (651)
Computer Computer (94)

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Highlights

World Trade Center (October, 1971)
October, 1971: World Trade Center under construction

Commodore PET (November, 1980)
November, 1980: My first computer (Commodore PET)

Buster Poindexter's drums
June, 1984: I passed by Buster Poindexter's band unloading their gear before a gig.

Zeckendorf Towers under construction
July, 1985: Future site of Zeckendorf Towers. This block used to contain, among other things, a Horn & Hardart Automat (one of the last in the country, if I remember correctly, and which was later replaced by an Arby's), and S. Klein's "on the square" department store.


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