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Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden on 34th and Broadway in NYC.

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  1. archangelse 57 months ago | reply

    Great portrait of the icon!

  2. Ma®tiniLux 56 months ago | reply

    Wow! Congrats on meeting him. Did you have a talk?

  3. mikepetersphotography 56 months ago | reply

    Thanks, we spoke for about 20 minutes, all the while he was looking and shooting as people walked by. Very intense, and also very personable.

  4. renzerispens.com 54 months ago | reply

    He's a bit of a hero to me :) I was kind of hoping I'd bump into him when I was in NY. Next time..

  5. Jason Betz 49 months ago | reply

    What an honor

  6. mikepetersphotography 49 months ago | reply

    Yes, he has no idea how lucky he was to be photographed by me.

  7. mikepetersphotography 49 months ago | reply

    Glad to see you got the joke!

  8. Costas Lycavittos 43 months ago | reply

    So You Think You're Bruce Gilden ??? ( Group in Greece )


  9. mikepetersphotography 43 months ago | reply

    I know Bruce Gilden, Bruce Gilden is a friend of mine, and I'm no Bruce Gilden.

  10. north_by_northwest. 35 months ago | reply

    Great shot..but I hope you used flash.

  11. mikepetersphotography 35 months ago | reply

    Thanks! What's a flash?

  12. MikeSebPhoto 31 months ago | reply

    Mike, I missed this somehow. I'd recognize the Mike Peters look without a credit line: composition made to appear autonomically easy; creamy tones; dead-on focus; and humanity in every grain.

  13. artcphoto 27 months ago | reply

    Cool portrait!
    I used to share a Tribeca loft with Bruce back in the early 70's.

  14. mikepetersphotography 27 months ago | reply

    Those days must have been a blast. Any good stories?

  15. Karsten Bitter 9 months ago | reply

    !!! ;)) Wonderful shot!

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