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But I also love the street sign, lamps, mailbox, and fire hydrant (across 14th Street), published in New York Then and Now in 1976.

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  • Take a journey with us, if you will, back in time to see how one of the most important cities in the world has evolved. , one of New York’s leading photographers of architecture, had previously given as an incredible birds eye view of New York City at night by precariously dangling out of a tiny helicopter. He’s now back with a new book called New York Then and Now. Not yet released to the public, this is your sneak peek.

    Take a journey with us, if you will, back in time to see how one of the most important cities in the world has evolved. , one of New York’s leading photographers of architecture, had previously given as an incredible birds eye view of New York City at night by precariously dangling out of a tiny helicopter. He’s now back with a new book called New York Then and Now. Not yet released to the public, this is your sneak peek.

  • An architectural photographer, Evan Joseph, recreated scenes from turn of the century photos by climbing, flying and leaning over precarious structures to capture images from the same spot as his earlier counterparts. He presents the old and new photos side by side in a book called New York Then and Now.

    An architectural photographer, Evan Joseph, recreated scenes from turn of the century photos by climbing, flying and leaning over precarious structures to capture images from the same spot as his earlier counterparts. He presents the old and new photos side by side in a book called New York Then and Now.

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    Take a journey with us, if you will, back in time to see how one of the most important cities in the world has evolved. , one of New York's leading photographers of architecture, had previously given as an incredible birds eye view of by precariously dangling out of a tiny helicopter. He's now back with a new book called New York Then and Now. Not yet released to the public, this is your sneak peek.

New York Skyline then and now ..

It is clear that photographer Evan Joseph knows this great love and shares this passion. His new book New York Then and Now, published today by Thunder Bay Press, is a fascinating look at this city both now and in its glorious past. Joseph, a well-known photographer who mostly trains his lens at the city's architecture and luxury real estate, became interested in fine art at a very young age. "When I was 13, I was given a pro-level fully-manual Nikon, and used it every day. I was fascinated with the darkroom, and revived a unused one at my high-school to ostensibly use for the newspaper, but really I was experimenting with the process and spending much more time shooting my own work."