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© Ian Witlen
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Photo license: © All rights reserved

This was taken while on a trip to New York City. As I exited the Whitney Museum for their Biennial, I saw this motley crew sitting on the wall outside. I quickly checked how many exposures I had left, which happened to be a single frame. I positioned myself to where only one noticed my presence and took the photo. Turns out they are fellow art students who were debating the importance of post-post modern art.

Taken with Hasselblad 500CM, 80mm T* lens, Kodak T-Max 100.

5 responses

  • Darnell Jackson

    Darnell Jackson said (10 Oct 2007):

    Great!!! this and all your work is what photography is all about. film all the way!!

  • Harmony Gerber

    Harmony Gerber said (5 Nov 2007):

    whats funny about this image, is that i'm not certain whether it was taken in the 60's or right now...ha ha

  • Mariah

    Mariah said (9 Jan 2009):

    i agree with harmony.
    everything about this photo is right on. nice work.

  • C.S. Muncy

    C.S. Muncy said (17 Feb 2009):

    Great shot, man. You really can't tell what era this is coming from; it could just as easily be 1969 as 2009! One of the beautiful things about a Hasselblad, I suppose.

  • Bystander

    Bystander gave props (25 Mar 2009):

    Far out, solid and right on.

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