International Center of Photography, Bowery, Manhattan

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    ICP NYC  fisheye Dec 2018 Daniel.D. Teoli Jr. lr-.jpg
     
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    very nice.. Slacker OWNS fisheye!
     
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    I may be moving to PANS, at least indoors. They had some decent light at ICP, so got by with 1/60. But some shoots at the galleries / museums it is handheld at 1/8 second. And if the pans don't work out it is no big deal, I got the fisheye.
     
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    Very cool. I stopped by in November - while it was pouring out and the light was...meh.
     
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    Always good to have a list of rain day stuff. Tons of galleries and museums in NYC. Or go underground and shoot in the subway or Grand Central. I did about 20 min in BH shooting infrared flash when I got rained out. The ICP has an impressive amount of classes and teachers.

    Here is an interview of Cornell Capa who founded ICP.

     
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