A professional photographer and member of the National Press Photographers Association for many years, Roy has expanded his talent into new creative images and techniques including Polaroid emulsion transfers and limited edition photo silkscreens. He brings to his photography a unique ability to capture subjects by designing his photographs as he would an oil painting with just the right shades and tones while cropping the subject matter as he snaps the picture. A former graphic artist, Roy believes an artist may synthesize all the elements surrounding the subject. The result in Roy Weinstein's case is a true marriage of art and technology. "The camera can become a great tool to the artist ... what you see through the lens can also be altered by playing with film speeds, lighting, and developing." Each print is produced using archival imaging techniques on art paper or canvas, making each picture an original.
Roy Weinstein's photographs have been published in magazines and newspapers including the New York Times, Woman's Wear Daily, W Magazine, Newsday, Travel/Holiday and many other magazines and newspapers throughout the country.