Punning on the origins of the camera, these images present scenes obscured by rain, snow, fog, mist, glass, reflection and motion blurring.
Subjects include landscapes, urban skylines and street scenes.
Adam Isler has been a New York street photographer for over 40 years. In the mid to late ’70s he worked as an event photographer photographing such notable figures as Muhammad Ali, Prince Sihanouk, Mayor Ed Koch and Secretaries of State Elliot Richardson and Cyrus Vance. Recent projects include The Nature of Cities, with an accompanying show at Druids in New York in December, 2010; and The Lovers, a slide show exploring the different types of lover, mostly shot in New York’s subways and set to the music of Roberta Flack. His work also appeared at the Terrain Gallery in NY's SoHo from April to September, 2011. Isler lives in New York City with his wife and children. His daily blog can be found at http://obBLOGato.wordpress.com and his commercial site is at www.islerphoto.zenfolio.com where you can purchase prints of the images seen here.