"Viktoria standing on roof near water tower, Brooklyn, New York, 2000" by legendary photographer, Rodney Smith. Smith shot this image and all of his photographs on film, using primarily a Hasselblad camera. Smith's use of whimsy and surrealism are a trademark in his work.
"Hemline, New York City, 1994 " by legendary fashion photographer Rodney Smith. This was shot on in the crosswalk of a busy street in Manhattan. Rodney shot with film and never retouched his images. This was a fashion story for the New York Times Magazine on skirt lengths.
"Bernadette, eyes closed and arms extended, Burden Mansion, New York City, 1997" shot by photoprapher, Rodney Smith. Smith shot primarily in black and white using only film. He never manipulated images in post. Everything was done in camera. Dreamy images of women and surreal images of men were his trademarks.