About the Book
Exposed! is a collection of photographs taken in and around New York City between January and August 2013. The photos were shot with Kodak black and white film.
Exposing silver-halide grains in film to light is the start of my process, but it’s not the real process. The real process is deciding what to expose the film to – what to shoot. That’s determined by a vision formed by all that I’ve been exposed to.
These exposures are images I find important, beautiful, and care deeply about – and that I want to share with others.
This is my motivation for exposing the film to light – it’s literally what makes me “click.” Like it or not, we’re all exposed!
For Uncle T
© Dan Wagner Photography 2013 -- All Rights Reserved -- danwagnerphotography.com
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Oct 27, 2013
- Language English
- Tags New York City, Black and White, Street Photography, Coney Island, Dan Wagner, Night Photography, Film, Rolleiflex, Brooklyn, 120, Kodak, Chinatown, Queens, Flashbulbs, Photographer, Art, Gallery
From the age of eight, when he received a Kodak Instamatic for his birthday, Dan Wagner has always been passionate about photography. Following his muse, Dan majored in photography in college. He subsequently assisted top shooters, opened a photo studio, and taught photography at FIT. His expertise runs the gamut to include fine art, advertising, corporate, editorial, event, and still life photography. Dan’s clients include Chubb Group, NYPD, FDNY, NBC Comcast, DuPont, MJHS, NSLIJ, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, numerous magazines and newspapers, as well as Fortune 500 companies. When not on assignment, Dan enjoys writing novels and articles, sailing, watching foreign films, hiking, travel, and most of all spending time with his family.