Photography by Anthony Buccino

Anthony Buccino published three book-length photo collections highlighting some of his best and most favorite work.

Anthony Buccino, photo by Linda BusetHe has photographed - in no particular order, and just-because -

NEW JERSEY

Jersey City city and riverscapes along the Hudson River; streets, parks, flags, monuments in Nutley; Kingsland Manor; The Nutley Museum; Branch Brook Park and Belleville Park cherry blossoms; Newark City Subway; PATH; Riverkeeper Cruises on Newark Bay, the Hackensack and Passaic rivers; parts of the old Morris Canal in Bloomfield, Belleville and Clifton; Lambert Castle; Frenchtown and Lambertville Liberty State Park photo shoot; several Geraldine Dodge Poetry festivals in New Jersey; local New Jersey poetry readings

NEW YORK

Nutley Snapshots  In Plain View by Anthony BuccinoTimes Square, morning and evening commutes, as well as uncharted mid-day break walking tours; Greenwich Village 

NEW ORLEANS

The National World War II Museum, through the National D-Day Museum years; cityscapes

OHIO

D-Day reenactment on Lake Erie shores; his teenage haunts in Ashtabula, Ohio

ITALY/SWITZERLAND

A top-to-bottom tour of the main tourist must-see locations in Italy; Lugano, Switzerland

And the photos keep coming.

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New York City

NEW YORK CITY SNAPSHOTS
In Plain View

NEW YORK CITY SNAPSHOTS In Plain View by Anthony Buccino

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CONTENTS

I Love New York     

Rockefeller Center 

Times Square          

Skyscrapers  

Characters    

Cops   

VJ Day          

Toys R Us     

The Village   

Homeward Bound

Nutley, New Jersey

Nutley Snapshots
In Plain View

Nutley Snapshots  In Plain View by Anthony Buccino

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CONTENTS

Nichols Park

Proudly We Wave

Remember Me

Railroads

Kingsland Park

Kingsland Manor

Guardians

Feathered Friends

Branded

Roche

Jersey City, New Jersey

Jersey City Snapshots

Jersey City Snapshots By Anthony Buccino

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Shoreline

City Streets

Reflections

Riverview

Powerhouse

River Traffic

Wildlife

The Majestic

Grundy Park

Trump Tower

World Trade Center

NEW YORK CITY SNAPSHOTS in plain view By Anthony Buccino

Snapshot Photography

Here's how I explain my 'snapshot photography'.

Basically, it's walking around with a camera and shooting whatever looks interesting. I like odd and cute things, but also the ordinary.

For the most part the photos are happenstance, unless I find a box of stuff in my house and try to see if I can make them interesting. I'm surprised at how some old coffee cans in a wooden milk box can bring out the photographer in me.

When I worked for a newspaper in 1990, I was reporter and cameraman. That's when I got used to having a camera with me all the time.

Only recently have I begun to check out YouTube videos and watch photographer shows on TV. While I may never go to Alaska to shoot moose or bear with my camera, the skills remain the same. They also help to know what to look for before you take a photo.

A lot of experienced photographers will set up and take one great shot or the same shot with different exposures or lenses.

With snapshot photography, to me, it's more of an in-the-moment shot.

Or I'll be walking along any Nutley street in New York, Jersey City, Nutley, New Brunswick or your neighborhood and spot something or even walk past it but I'm suddenly drawn back to shoot it.

That doesn't mean that my photos aren't getting better, but it doesn't take anything away from the thousands of earlier photos, either.

So I end up with, after hours and hours of walks through various parts of anywhere, USA, I end up with thousands of photos.

Some are better than others and some need to have their art drawn out with cropping. I don't use a lot of photo tricks, but sometimes the photo I got wasn't the one I thought I got.

In selecting photos for my collections, I search through thousands on-topic, pulling out photos with potential, then the culling begins.

It ends with my favorite shots. They may not be your favorite shots, and they may never win photo competitions, but there is something in each selected photo that speaks to me.  

Galleries


Reeves-Reed Arboretum


Essex County Isolation Hospital

former Essex County Isolation Hospital, Belleville, NJ. by Anthony Buccino


Passaic River

Passaic River - Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission dock


D-Day Ohio

D-Day Ohio, beach landing reenactment, 2013, by Anthony Buccino

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