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Mr. Fred R. Conrad

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  • University of Michigan
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Pinky Jones rides her bike past an urban farm in Detroit, June 28, 2014. Tracking what happens in the North End neighborhood this year and next will tell a lot about whether this metropolis, with nearly 690,000 residents, can rebuild after becoming America's largest city to file for bankruptcy.
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The North End neighborhood in Detroit, May 4, 2014. Tracking what happens in the North End neighborhood this year and next will tell a lot about whether this metropolis, with nearly 690,000 residents, can rebuild after becoming America's largest city to file for bankruptcy.
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Pinky Jones transplants rosemary in a Michigan Urban Farming Initiative garden, in Detroit's North End neighborhood, May 12, 2014. Tracking what happens in the city's North End this year and next will tell a lot about whether this metropolis, with nearly 690,000 residents, can rebuild after becoming America's largest city to file for bankruptcy.
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Fred R. Conrad / The New York Times
The abandoned Phelp's Lounge, a once well known music club, in Detroit's North End neighborhood, April 27, 2014.
ON ASSIGNMENT - Lens Blog - NYTimes.com
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Fred R. Conrad/The New York TimesRebekah Tuckey, 7, and her father, Nat, came from Biglerville, Pa.
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Fred R. Conrad/The New York TimesPiggyback rides are allowed at Thon.
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When Fred R. Conrad was growing up in Jackson, Mich., in the 1950s, his first heroes were the cowboys he saw on his family's black-and-white television. He dreamed of being the Lone Ranger, or Roy Rogers. His mother even taught him to ride on a retired cow pony named Brazos.
Alas, Mr. Conrad, 62, never achieved his goal of being a cowboy. He did eventually become a New York Times staff photographer. The two are often confused.
One of the best things about being a newspaper photographer is that sooner or later you get to see most everything life has to offer. Yet somehow - despite a career of almost 36 years - Mr. Conrad had never photographed a rodeo, not even the Professional Bull Riders' United States tour at Madison Square Garden. The event has been there annually for the last 20 years, and the three-day event began last Friday.
DESCRIPTION Fred R. Conrad/The New York TimesIn preparation for the bull, a ride on something a bit more manageable.
So, last week Mr. Conrad set out to fill this void in his professional life and explore the unlikely juxtaposition of bull riding in a metropolis where steers are scarce. He spent three days with the men who ride the bulls for eight seconds - or often less - of sheer terror.
"They're very soft-spoken and most of them are incredibly religious, which sort of makes sense if you're putting your life on the line in every event," Mr. Conrad said. "Most of them are either from the American Southwest or surprisingly from Brazil, which has a long history of cowboys and bulls."
Despite the Kevlar vests they wear, most of the cowboys have been injured, and many put on knee or elbow braces in the locker room before the event.
"It's probably the most dangerous single sport that I've ever seen," Mr. Conrad said.
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"I have no idea what keeps those hats on," Mr. Conrad said. "I have no idea what keeps their heads on."
DESCRIPTION Fred R. Conrad/The New York TimesRuthie Alley and her brother, Rowdy, right, from Connecticut, watched the bulls with their father.
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"Most of us are much more comfortable behind the lens," said Fred R. Conrad, a New York Times staff photographer. "And to just sort of barge in on another photographer and tell him to pose ... you feel kind of funny. Mr. Conrad was on assignment to do a portrait of Joel Meyerowitz, the influential color photographer whose half-century career takes up a massive two-volume book, and an exhibition. Elaisha Stokes, a freelance videographer for The New York Times, shadowed Mr. Conrad taking Mr. Meyerowitz's portrait in his studio on the Upper West Side to accompany an article by Randy Kennedy.
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The New York Times staff photographer Fred R. Conrad has shot a number of topics that have been featured on Lens, and not just congregations of costumes. Superheroes and Santas, yes, but also marathons and more somber assignments, like his work covering a prison hospice.
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PetScoop: Westminster's Best of Breed Photos at NYTimes.com | SuperCoolPets.com - Super Cool Pets
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Fred R. Conrad, a New York Times photographer, took some excellent posed photographs of the Best of Breed winners at the recent Westminster Kennel Club dog show.
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