Carrick Photography was happy to help with this very worthy cause.
Many Thanks to Children’s Voices and all that participated in the filming of the music video Young Hearts Are Free
A few shots of the filming and production,and promotional materials.
Hudson River Park offers a tremendous variety of exciting and unique activities throughout its 500-acre footprint. You’ll find things to do here that you can’t do anyplace else in Manhattan. From mini golf to carousel rides, and from historic walking tours to boat building, Hudson River Park has something for everyone
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
The fun doesn’t end on land in Hudson River Park. More than 400 of the Park’s 550 acres are located in the Hudson River. Park planners have already built three dedicated non-motorized boathouses, and a fourth is under construction in Tribeca. Paddle-boarding, kayaking, sailing, boat building, and just relaxing and being a passenger are all possible here. On the operations side, our licensed 100-ton boat captain helps oversee safe boating operations throughout the Park.
READ ON: https://www.hudsonriverpark.org/explore-the-park/locations/pier-86
Remember to exercise caution whenever having fun on the water. Visit Boating Safety to review safety guidelines before heading out!
The one and only Chelsea Piers! https://www.chelseapiers.com/
FREEDOM TOWER: Positioned on top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, on levels 100, 101, and 102 of the 1,776 foot tall One World Trade Center building, One World Observatory™ provides unique, panoramic views of New York City, its most iconic sites, and surrounding waters.
ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY
READ ON :https://oneworldobservatory.com/en
Liberty at its best!
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY
The Statue of Liberty is a figure of a robed woman representing Libertas, a Roman goddess. She holds a torch above her head with her right hand, and in her left hand carries a tabula ansata inscribed in Roman numerals with “JULY IV MDCCLXXVI” (July 4, 1776), the date of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. A broken chain lies at her feet. The statue became an icon of freedom and of the United States, and was a welcoming sight to immigrants arriving from abroad.
Tickets : http://www.statueoflibertytickets.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwr53OBRCDARIsAL0vKrNwtiTT6JqLsuS0niCAzfGDoH49ca05k_TsV8RthqdqmgHH-VDkxpMaAtZZEALw_wcB
Editor’s note: Portrait of the Artist is a regular feature in Enjoy! that spotlights artists with exhibits in the Hudson Valley. If you are an artist in a current or upcoming exhibit and would like to be included in this feature, email firstname.lastname@example.org. This week’s Portrait of the Artist features Maggie Salamone, whose photographs are on display at Starr Library in Rhinebeck through Sept. 28.
Tell us about the photographs on display at Starr Library and what inspired you to select them.
Because I am a freelance photographer, I photograph everything. So I’ll be bringing just that, a little of everything — Urban NYC, scenic beauty of the ADK and Outer Banks, and Upper Hudson Valley. How I chose the photographs is strictly on how I felt at the time of taking the picture. The energy and happiness it brought me.
What type of camera do you use?
I have three different Nikon digital cameras that I use with very little post-production editing.
What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses as a photographer?
I think the greatest strength that any photographer can have is a good eye. The ability to catch a moment in time, with clarity and focus. The world is becoming very visual, with cellphone and camera technologies, I’m literally running to keep up.
What do you hope viewers come away with after seeing your work?
I would love for my audience to feel as if they’re standing with me while I took the photograph. I hope for them to see it in their own perspective right next to me.
Who are some of you favorite photographers?
There are a few standout photographers I cannot get enough of: Diane Arbus,
Ansel Adams, Elliott Erwitt, David LaChapelle and Sally Mann. And now you have people from all walks of life and every inch of the globe photographing. I see amazing stuff every day on social media, from everyday people with cellphones. I’m loving it all!
What are you working on now?
Recently I’ve been taking a lot of photos of musicians of the Hudson Valley. This area is chock full of great and talented musicians young and old. I also will continue doing freelance work, exhibits and shows. I’ll be up and down the East Coast photographing.
How does your background contribute to your process as a photographer?
Growing up I always looked at things a little differently. I would put a mental frame around things and click a picture in my head; I remember saying to myself that would make a great photo. Everything was intriguing and beautiful. And I shot millions of mental photos before I even picked up a camera.
What excites you about photography and what keeps you interested?
I am in love with life, secondly I love to capture it in a photo. The world is ever-changing — its people, its places, things. I want to be there to see it all and capture it all. Technology is running through the veins of most everyone. I’m excited for the future. It’s a beautiful world.
How was your artistic vision changed over the years?
I wait for the universe to turn pages, so every shot and every shoot is different. Being influenced by the world and all of its cultures, my vision changes with every click of the shutter. How the photograph feels influences how it’s edited, if at all. My vision changes on how the world changes.
Hudson Valley resident Maggie Salamone is a freelancer photographer. Visit her blog
It’s one thing to have a photography exhibit, and another to hear a great band .
When you put the two together.
Pair that up with a crazy cool location from our good friend’s at
Scott Dutton Associates …
You have more then a show, you have an EVENT!
Wait…. That’s not all!!!! And just to sweeten your day, we fell in love with the
delectable treats from Kingston’s own T Spoon Desserts!
On Sunday June 4th at Canfield Supply Warehouse in Kingston. The visions of Carrick Photography showed for the month!
We thank you Dutton Associates , T – Spoon Desserts and Our Badass Opening Band Porcelain Helmet! It was a great SHOW!!
Blog M. Salamone :
CARRICK PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW
with Special Guest Porcelain Helmet
Sunday , June 4th, 2017
Canfield Supply Warehouse Kingston
Hosted by the crazy talented Scott Dutton Associates http://duttonarchitecture.com/
T-Spoon Desserts Face book Page : https://www.facebook.com/T-Spoon-Desserts-278504592469/
Porcelain Helmet Face Book Page : https://www.facebook.com/porcelainhelmet/