Category: 65 years of photographing

Man reading on bus, 1949

Recently discovered photographs: A lifetime of editing (part two!)  

Two boys on pier, 1950, the first print Harold sold to Edward Steichen when he was nineteen.

Remembering Edward Steichen  

Blissful baby, 1982

A grateful heart on Valentine’s Day 2015  

1957 Greenwich Village: Barney Rosset, Evergreen Press and The Cedar Tavern  13 

Korean Little Girl, 1953

Thoughts of war on Veteran’s Day  

Smooch baby face, Ibiza, 1987

Up close and personal: Consistency and innovation in your work  10 

Sid Grossman, Provincetown, 1955 © Harold Feinstein.  Published in The Life and Work of Sid Grossman (Steidl, 2016)

Remembering Sid Grossman: Provincetown, 1955  

Children with fiddler in Brooklyn, 1949

You can’t take Brooklyn out of the boy: Remembering the summer of ’49  

Acik Radyo Music of the People poster with Coney Island Boardwalk Montage, 1952 © Harold Feinstein

The gift that keeps on giving: The Coney Island boardwalk  

My father, Louis Feinstein, 1946

On Fathers and Fatherhood 2014  

Memorial Day Memories: My first show, Army Days and Coney Island  

The Hurricane at Night, Coney Island,  1946 (used on Blue Note’s  The Sounds of Jimmy Smith)

Happy Birthday Blue Note Records: 75 Years Young!  

Times Square lights on car, 1953

Available Light: Times Square at Night  

Honey Bunch, 1987

All you need is love: Belated Valentine’s Day to my friends  12 

Beach acrobats, Coney Island,  1967

Olympics fever: Coney Island style!  

Lunch counter on Surf Ave., Coney Island, 1982

Old “new” photographs: A lifetime of editing  22 

W. Eugene Smith reviewing lay-outs for the Pittsburgh Project, © Harold Feinstein, 1956

Gene Smith, James Karales and me: Remembering the Pittsburgh Project  

Beauty parlor window, 1965

Upon reflection: Getting into the picture you’re taking