My photos elsewhere:
A break from life (2nd Place Prize winner, Jan. 2006),
Monkeys on rooftop (Contest Finalist, Feb. 2006)
Monk in light, Peeking out of window, Delhi transport, Worship, Reflections on India
The Daily Digital pic in Haaretz:
Digitalit 1 (Christmas in Rome)
Digitalit 2 (Cristo's NYC Gates)
Digitalit 3 (NYC Gay Pride)
Digitalit 4 (NYC July 4th)
Digitalit 5 (Chihuly in NYC)
Digitalit 6 (Charleston, SC)
Digitalit 7 (Gunnison River, CO)
Digitalit 8 (By the Pool, NC)
Digitalit 9 ("The Flash", a.k.a. Daria Kosloff in the NYC MOMA)
Digitalit 10 ("Beam me up Scotty", a.k.a. Daria Kosloff in the Durham Museum of Science and Nature)
Digitalit 11 (Halloween, NC)
Digitalit 12 (Six Flags, MA)
Digitalit 13 (Night sledding, NC)
Digitalit 14 (Jerusalem Old City, Israel)
Digitalit 15 (Carolina BalloonFest, NC)
Digitalit 16 (Arizona falls, AZ)
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All of the photographs in this web site are (c) Mickey Kosloff (2005-2013), all rights reserved.
Please respect that and do not download/use these pictures in any way without my permission.
For the curious:
The pictures in this website are a mixed bunch. They come from different cameras, and differ greatly in quality. This is why:
In the distant past I used a Nikon F90x exclusively (with 20mm + 28-70mm + 70-300mm lenses), except underwater. My films were routinely scanned by my photolab only after 2002 (e.g. India), so many of my favorite older pictures are still film/paper bound. A few older pictures were scanned manually and some representatives are here (unfortunately, usually at lower quality - e.g. Far East or South of the Equator). I hope to convert more pictures from my past travels to a digital format in the not too distant future.
In 2005 I started using a digital camera (Canon SD200) in addition to the F90x (e.g. most of the NYC pics) and discovered the convenience of digital... After the SD200 died under tragic circumstances, I moved to an SD800IS.
Then in 2008 I finally commited to digital with a Nikon D300 (with 18-200mm/f3.5-5.6 + 35mm/f1.8 + 50mm/f1.8 + Tokina 11-16mm/f2.8 lenses). Pictures were slowly added to this website, which unfortunately I don't have the time to update much (e.g. Utah, Floating Jaws, Daria, and Neela).