Bill at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC

Bill at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC

This is one of my favourite images of our visit to the Museum of Modern Art, in NYC. Bill is looking out at the sculpture garden, watching someone take a picture of their friend who is standing beside the piece of sculpture! I don’t think he was intentionally photo booming their picture, he didn’t stand there very long, and with the tinted windows they might not have been able to see him. His silhouette is the first body, and he is looking to the guy beside the sculpture who is looking towards the photographer, a natural leading line.  The image is much more effective in black and white.  Unfortunately it will be a while before we get back to New York City, but at least I have all of my pictures to look at.

this an more our my black and white photography is available at jmeyersforeman photography 

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10 thoughts on “Bill at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC

  1. I love shots from museums – for some reason I like photos of others taking photos at museum. Someday I hope to get a photo of someone taking a photo of someone taking a photo at a museum.

    Great picture, BTW. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. “Photographing the Photographer” is a continuous project of mine… and I like the way you have treated this subject. This is a great example of a modern urban landscape… and you have included what makes it all possible… human beings. Well done!

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