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.
What a photo that is. link
I don’t know if this is a good idea or if it is destined to fail in a world where you can do so much with a phone camera.
This is a very personal photo story of my friend Arty who was diagnosed with terminal cancer. I asked him if I could capture his story in photos and this video is the story of the shoot at we did together.