Swedish photographer George Kindbom has only visited London once – back in 1979 – as a 27-year-old man eager to travel the world and observe the idiosyncrasies of its various cultures. He certainly came to the right place.
Through his images he captures an almost alien generation of eccentric characters free from the trappings of technology and all those Instagram filters. Margaret Thatcher had just won her first general election, the Jubilee line was recently inaugurated and the next decade was about to change the world beyond recognition… More at EveningStandard.
A time when things were about to change markedly, and captured perfectly in these 16 images.
Over the span of those 9 years, Funch visited the same street corner at 42nd Street and Vanderbilt in New York City, outside Grand Central Terminal. As he photographed the people in the crowds between 8:30 and 9:30 in the morning, Funch repeatedly captured familiar faces of the same strangers going about their morning routine… More at PetaPixel.
That is a labour of love.
Add to all that the 153-point autofocus system from the flagship Nikon D5, a 3.2in 2.4m-pixel touchscreen LCD, 4K-video, 9fps burst shooting with added battery grip, dual QXD and SD card slots, a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, as well as an electronic shutter option for silent capture, and the Nikon D850 looks on paper like one hell of a camera… More at DXOMARK.
That is super impressive.