Category: Photography

Photography by Chad Gayle: A Primer

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With four (4!) different websites that feature my photography, a search that involves my name or one of the types of photographic niches that I tend to occupy often leads the surfer to the wrong place. I’m trying to alleviate that unintentional misdirection here with a brief summary of the websites that represent my work. …

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Christmas Time in New York (As Seen Through a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 ED VR II Lens)

There’s nothing quite like Christmas time in New York City. The traditions, the traffic, and the constant stream of tourists are equally enervating and maddening, particularly for anyone who has a camera in his or her hands. Nonetheless, one weekday in mid-December when I happened to have a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 ED VRII zoom lens …

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Chad Covers the 2013 New York Innovative Theatre Awards (NYIT)

The New York Innovative Theatre Awards are the Tony Awards of Off Off Broadway. Each year, the NYIT Awards honor outstanding theatre productions around New York and provide support to the Off Off Broadway theatre community. I was privileged to be one of three photographers covering the awards at Baruch College’s Mason Hall and the …

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Urban Photography

Urban street art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (1 of 2)

As a photographer, I have wide ranging interests, but I’m particularly drawn to urban photography. Here are few examples which have been consolidated from several posts; most of these images can also be purchased as prints through Brooklyn Prints. These images were culled from the previous posts: Urban Landscapes Subway Photos Street Photography  

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New York Skyline Photography

New York skyline, classic view

The skyline of New York changes more rapidly than any other, which makes photographing the skyline an archival endeavor, even when the photographer is using the same vantage point. Here are a few examples of my skyline photography which illustrate this point.           Slightly different versions of these photos can be …

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New York Bridges

Brooklyn Bridge (tilt shift)

I’ve never understood why I’m so fascinated with the bridges of New York, but I do know that they present a unique opportunity to photographers: the ability the explore the intersection between what we can accomplish as engineers and as artists and the environment around us. Here are some images of the Brooklyn Bridge, the …

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