Author Archives: Carol Dragon

About Carol Dragon

Carol Dragon is a New York City photographer who focuses on portraiture. Her dramatic approach to capturing the essence of her subjects is done in a style reminiscent of master painters and yet is very much her own. Carol is one of the featured photographers in the recently released 100 New York Photographers by Cynthia Dantzig. She has a BFA and a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Her client list includes CBS, Scholastic Publishing, AOL Time Warner and Anson Mills. She is available for commissioned work worldwide.

Shooting Slicc – FLEXN

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Sketching with Instagram

No matter how long a person has been taking pictures, there’s always an element of unconscious pressure to make “good”photos. That constraint, no matter how slight, affects one’s ability to see with fresh eyes. That’s where social media comes in handy. It’s … Continue reading

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ACLU Product Shoot

In early March, the ACLU will be launching an online store of tee-shirts, bags, hats, mugs and other accessories. I was hired to do the shoot. It’s a fantastic challenge to work on a project that’s being conceptualized and designed for the first time. It’s especially exciting … Continue reading

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Life . . . Still

Life . . . Still was exhibited at my Chelsea studio November 20, 2014. The images will soon be a portfolio on my main webs tie. In the meantime you can see the project at:  http://lifestillproject.wordpress.com A few scenes from the … Continue reading

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Gotta’ get your angle

Hip hop thumping in the darkness, death defying, no net, leaps. Couples on a first date or rekindling love. All of it plays around you in Central Park on a summer night, but you only see that tiny bit through … Continue reading

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Water & Light, Part II – The Car Wash

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Water & Light, Part I, The Thunderstorm

Rain storm on Perry & 4th Light and water. They were beautifully organized in the James Turrell and Rain Room shows last summer. Then during the winter we had the Doug Wheeler show at Zwirner gallery. Last week there were … Continue reading

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