The return to film and specifically medium format film has also meant a reevaluation of many old negs that have been waiting patiently for years for a little recognition.
Often the reason they were left waiting was that I simply had no use for them whereas the net gives so many things a platform for display.
The picture was shot down around Wall Street some time around 2002. The distortion also tells me I used the 50mm wide angle, but that’s basically all I know of the technical stuff as I kept inaccurate records at the time.
I liked the framing of the picture because it shows the monumentality of the architecture in NY’s financial district. Also the central point of interest is offering a graphic metaphor to the avarice that built the district.
Plus, if your in New York, the Empire State Building is always a must to photograph.
Bronica SQa, 50mm, Tri-X 400.