The back seat of a cab in New York - his was, for Ryan Weideman, a “photographic studio” for decades.


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When Ryan Weideman arrived at New York in 1980, he was full of dreams. He immediately realized how difficult it was to start a life of a photographer and began to worry about paying his bills and rent.

Inspired by his neighbor who was a taxi driver, Ryan embraced the idea of becoming one and uniting his work with a passion for photography.

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A Taxi Driver Spent 30 Years Photographing His Passengers Through The Streets Of New York

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Galeanthropy2017 1 week ago

Her eyes are beautiful

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A Taxi Driver Spent 30 Years Photographing His Passengers Through The Streets Of New York

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Merijo Dietrich 1 week ago

looks like the 80s. the aqua net fumes, how did he survive?

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A Taxi Driver Spent 30 Years Photographing His Passengers Through The Streets Of New York

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Paul Gold (Goldie) 1 week ago

drop me of where ever she's going buddy !

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A Taxi Driver Spent 30 Years Photographing His Passengers Through The Streets Of New York

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ADHORTATOR 1 week ago

Folk of the Eighties....

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