Street Photography:

High School Class of 1984 by Jay Horne

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Jay Horne
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
12 pages Saddle-stitched
1984, Black & White photography, darkroom, Grover Clevelanc High School

My first camera equipment included an INSTA-CUBE by Imperial Camera Corporation that used 126 film and a Kodak Instamatic Camera. I had begun taking pictures and learning the dark room process while in elementary school.

While in high school, I continued and took a Photo 1 class for art . I did a lot of hanging out on the stoops of the neighboring houses on Himrod St; before school, during school and after school.

I used a 35 mm Nikon that I had inherited from my father. I took these photo's of my classmates that I hung around in Ridgewood, Queens and developed the film in the school's darkroom.

My Street Photography is created by using photographic equipment to record life's fleeting moments while being resourceful with the equipment and settings that are available such as light, film, type of camera, and subject matter.

The brand of camera of choice for me is Nikon but any camera, film or digital, Polaroid, point and shoot or a pin-hole is the right choice for Street Photography.

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Street Photography: High School Class of 1984 by Jay Horne

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