The @Instagram Weekend Hashtag project is to capture beautiful black and white landscapes.  The goal is to include visual elements that make the composition dynamic and include leading lines that draw your eye deeper into the photo.  When shooting B+W photos, creating a strong contrast with light and dark spaces make for a great result.  I felt this scene included all of these elements which is why I was inspired to capture it.  This is a photo of a NYC parking lot on 20th Street between Broadway and 5th Ave.  The graffiti art combined with the sunlight and parking lines made for a very interesting and beautiful landscape.  I applied the #Willow filter to transform it to black + white. #WHPbwlandscapes #nyc #nycgraffiti #graffitiart #parkinginNYC #blackandwhite #contrast #parkinglot #windows #flatiron ◼️◻️ (at Flatiron, Manhattan, NY)

The @Instagram Weekend Hashtag project is to capture beautiful black and white landscapes. The goal is to include visual elements that make the composition dynamic and include leading lines that draw your eye deeper into the photo. When shooting B+W photos, creating a strong contrast with light and dark spaces make for a great result. I felt this scene included all of these elements which is why I was inspired to capture it. This is a photo of a NYC parking lot on 20th Street between Broadway and 5th Ave. The graffiti art combined with the sunlight and parking lines made for a very interesting and beautiful landscape. I applied the #Willow filter to transform it to black + white. #WHPbwlandscapes #nyc #nycgraffiti #graffitiart #parkinginNYC #blackandwhite #contrast #parkinglot #windows #flatiron ◼️◻️ (at Flatiron, Manhattan, NY)

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Behind the Scenes at New York Fashion Week

To see more behind-the-scenes moments from New York Fashion Week, follow @landonnordeman and explore the #nyfw hashtag.

At New York Fashion Week (#nyfw), photo editors turned to Instagrammers to interpret the collections in unexpected ways. Vanity Fair (@vanityfair) featured haunting photos by Richie Talboy (@okrichie) and Lucas Lefler (@lucas_lefler) of empty runway sets just before the shows started. W Magazine (@wmag) asked Olivia Locher (@olivialocher) to capture the beauty transformations models make backstage. And New York Magazine’s The Cut (@thecut) sent Landon Nordeman (@landonnordeman) to shows to shoot bold photos reminiscent of Martin Parr or Guy Bourdin. “I’m motivated by the non-moments, colors, gestures and juxtapositions that pulse inside the high-paced chaos of the catwalks and all that surrounds them,” Landon says. “The only hard part, really, is keeping up.”

The @Instagram Weekend Hashtag Project is to capture creative photos that explore the ways we get from place to place.  This morning, I captured this photo of Shelter Island’s South Ferry arriving to NorthHaven, which is near Sag Harbor, NY.  Passengers get to and from Shelter Island on this ferry without ever having to leave their vehicle.  #WHPheretothere #instagram #shelterisland #southferry #northhaven #sagharbor #hamptons #longisland #newyork #goingplaces #transportation #caronferry 🚙🚢⚓️ (at Shelter Island South Ferry)

The @Instagram Weekend Hashtag Project is to capture creative photos that explore the ways we get from place to place. This morning, I captured this photo of Shelter Island’s South Ferry arriving to NorthHaven, which is near Sag Harbor, NY. Passengers get to and from Shelter Island on this ferry without ever having to leave their vehicle. #WHPheretothere #instagram #shelterisland #southferry #northhaven #sagharbor #hamptons #longisland #newyork #goingplaces #transportation #caronferry 🚙🚢⚓️ (at Shelter Island South Ferry)