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Street photography by Larence Shustak, NYC 1960's and San Francisco 1980's. (In many cases the original negatives are not available, so these scans are from vintage prints made by Shustak).
Street Photographer opp. Loew's Spooner Theatre 961 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY 10459 (2) TWK CRO SPO.tif
© Lawrence Shustak
Lawrence N. Shustak, born in The Bronx NYC, 1926, worked as a photographer in NYC until 1973 when he emigrated to New Zealand. Best known for his 1960's portfolios of: Black Jews, Fisheye nudes, Jazz musicians (for Riverside Records), Graffiti, Street photography, SX70 Polaroids, 35mm Tri-X, 35mm Kodachrome, 8x10 handheld photography.
In New Zealand Lawrence changed the spelling of his name to Larence, and shifted his B&W practice to utilising small 35mm cameras and 1hr Photo Labs, shooting colour negative in the urban and rural environments until he passed away in 2003.