Benjamin J. Falk (1853-1925) was an American photographer.
Falk’s first studio, located on 14th street, became wholly devoted to photography in 1877. His distance from the theater district, however, prompted his 1881 relocation to 947-49 Broadway. The Broadway Studio served for 11 years until high-rises obscured the sunlight needed to maintain a day long shooting schedule, forcing him to relocate to 13-15 East 24th Street. In 1900, Falk relocated to the roof of the Waldorf Astoria. The solarium supplied superb natural light during the day, and his 25x30 operating room became the envy of the photographic fraternity.