“Is it true? Did you really study with Garry Winogrand?” When I took a Master Workshop at the Germain School of Photography in August 1976, believe it or not, I’d never heard of the teacher, Garry Winogrand. I did not… Read More »Unseen Photos of Garry Winogrand In The Streets of Manhattan
By Mason ResnickOwner, Mason Resnick Photography “If you have to sleep on it, you won’t sleep in it.” I do a lot of Real estate photography. A Realtor said that to me back in July to describe how fast homes… Read More »A Most Unusual Season for Real Estate Photography
All summer long I’ve been upgrading and improving my outdoor portrait studio. Here are some recent results: This is Tina, a Medicare consultant based in Freehold. Meet Claire, owner of a senior home care business. And finally, this is Adam,… Read More »My outdoor portrait photography studio is rockin’!
Meet Ollie and Dexter, and Noa and Yael, sisters from my neighborhood who, along with their mom Karen, are fostering dogs during the Coronavirus Quarantine. They’ve fostered four so far. I took these pictures earlier this week. They are working… Read More »Dog Photos Now Available In My Outside Portrait Studio
Yesterday (June 7) was “soft-opening” day for my outdoor portrait studio. Designed especially for headshots for job hunters’ Linked-In profiles and other kinds of portrait work, I created it in order to provide studio-quality portraits while still maintaining safety standards… Read More »Outdoor Studio Portraits, Day 1
Recently I’ve found myself with some time on my hands. Perhaps you’re in the same boat. I decided to take the advice of a fellow photographer and take on a few quick, fun projects. This is the first one. I… Read More »Too Much Time On My Hands: Surfing On A Memory
By Mason Resnick Signs of the times—I took a walk down Highland Park’s main drag, Raritan Avenue, this morning and conducted a visual study of the various “closed due to Covid-19” signs. I hope one day soon we will look… Read More »We Will Be Close: Downtown Highland Park NJ On Covid-19 Lockdown
UPDATED SEPT. 21, 2020: When Covid-19 hit and everyone was isolated, I offered free “porch portraits” to families in Highland Park. I didn’t make any money doing it, but had the satisfaction of bringing a few moments of joy to… Read More »Highlights from the Porch Portrait Project
Remember Adam Sandler’s Saturday Night Live recurring character, Opera Man? Rumor has it he was inspired by a legendary New York City street singer, Larry Danzinger. I sorta knew Larry. Larry usually sang opera very expressively (not sure how good… Read More »New York Street Photos In The ’70s: The Original Opera Guy?
Turning thousands of negatives from the 1970s into digital images has helped me regain a love for film grain. Not that I think “clean” images are a bad thing, but as I meticulously inspect each image at 100%, I really… Read More »New York in the 1970s: A process of discovery, part II, Lost in the grain