Photography by Rafael Jimenez (@r2 studios) Click here for the rest of the amazing photos from Rafael Jimenez & R2 Studios. Also, stay tuned for more pics and video of this groundbreaking event by Dj Boy.
Vibe’s Valentine Lingerie special shot entirely at the swank and sexy Apt 78 by Uptown’s own Rafael Jimenez of R2 Studios is absolutely mind-blowing. Simply Dope. Enter at your own risk:
Heads from near and far, past and present, young and old, married and single, all got their full groove on “Outlaw Party” style to the classic house beats of DJ’s Hex Hector & Julio “Ton” Rodriguez. Here’s a candid photo essay from the evening. It’s amazing how good music can put smiles on so many [...]
After house hunting all day on Saturday and putting the kiddies down for the night, I jumped in the shower and hopped over to the SOA’s first installment of ArtTrek at Bodre’s Cut & Color room a half hour before it ended.
An Uptown Collective sticker as seen on Oscar’s Montes De Oca’s fitted black cap.
Approximately four weeks ago on a cold/rainy afternoon, we did a down and dirty cover shoot on the streets of Washington Heights for the Manhattan Times newspaper. The subject was pro athlete barber Monster 99. Here are a few of the outtakes from that shoot. Enjoy!
That’s right people, yours truly, has the cover story in this week’s Manhattan Times. Many thanks to the subject of the article, Monster99, for taking the time out of his busy schedule to accommodate all my questions. Also, thanks to fellow Uptown Collective member, Rafael of R2 studios, for the ill photo shoot. Check out [...]
An nYc style pigeon frenzy near J. Hood Wright Park, Washington Heights NY.
This one is entitled “A Tree Grows Uptown” as seen on 170th Street between Broadway & Ft. Washington.
Last night, inspired by the images submitted to New York Times by regular folks across the country who had been hammered by the storm (and fellow FB’er Dax), I went out with my “weather proof” Nikon to a) test its “weather proof-ness” and b) to see how well it would shoot at night in low light conditions with a my 50mm, 1.4.
The camera did not disappoint! The snow, night time and varying types of street lights added an extra creative element to the following images.
Here’s a little slide show that builds on M.Tony Peralta’s & Briana Heard’s “Snowstorm Of 2010″ images from yesterday’s post.
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