Street Photography: Seeing New York through Daniel Arnold's Eyes

3/03/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Seeing New York through Daniel Arnold's Eyes street photography

Brooklyn-based filmmakers Mika Altskan and Matvey Fiks follow street photographer Daniel Arnold over three days and across the five boroughs as the photographer homes in on his subjects—teenagers lifting weights in an alleyway, grandmothers gossiping on a boardwalk bench, a father who pantomimes throwing his son in a trash can—depicting the diverse, chaotic energy of the city, and Arnold’s method of capturing the moments that can slip past others in all of their humanity-revealing glory.


In this other video, the second episode of Like Art, Creators spends the day with Daniel Arnold, a photographer who has gained rapid success on social media for his spontaneous, candid portraits of every day city life.


Exploring New York and its iconic locations via subway and on foot, Daniel has developed a unique perspective, capturing unsuspecting subjects photographed in a fleeting moment that reveals their awkward, authentic, and beautiful humanity. In the heart of Times Square, Daniel sets out to teach host Oz Woloshyn how to find the uncommon shot with a disposable camera, and shares his philosophy on life and art.

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Text, image and video via Vogue and Creators


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