universeinsanity asked: I love your account and I've never been to NY and now I just want to go even more! :)
Thank you very much!
sarisabella asked: stop exploiting homeless people and taking pictures of them without their knowledge
Thank you for taking the time to message me this is a great one actually so here:
First I am not because I am not making any money or getting any benefits, second what’s the difference between a homeless person and anyone else you see in this blog, so if I shoot someone rich i am not exploiting them?. Third its called candid street photography. I shoot because I have a passion to capture a moment, It could be a sad, happy, angry or a loving one. You saw a homeless person I didn’t that’s the difference.
resham asked: I love your photos. Today I noticed a lot of them are of very wealthy folks in New York (which was actually one of the reasons I started following you tbh because of style inspiration). But have you ever thought of snapping photos of the hipsters in Brooklyn, of the blue collar workers in Queens, or of the poorer areas in Harlem and the Bronx? I think it would amazing to see all of the diversity of New York, the multifaceted city it is!
Thank you very much! Also thank you for following me, I really appreciate very much.
I will be honest with you, I wish I had the time to go all over NYC to the five boroughs The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island, but I don’t have the time to do so. I have two jobs and I barely have time to shoot for my blogs. I shoot for the press and that takes a lot of my free time. All the photos you see here are taken wherever I am shooting for the press, so I don’t get to pick the location and the kinds of people that are around me, I am very limited. But I will try my best to explore more, It is something I want to do, but sadly I am unable to do it.