Markus Hartel Shoots New York City with a Monochromatic Artful Eye

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: markushartel & lifelounge.au
You could spend every day on the streets of New York and the black and white captures of Markus Hartel would still make you question whether you'd ever even been there. What's most surprising is that the German-born photog only moved to the Big Apple in 2003, but realized shortly after arriving that, for a street photographer, the city is as inspiration-infused as it gets. At every hour of the day and night, Hartel explores the "urban jungle" for days at a time before finding the perfect candid shot. Hartel's shots range in location, with a favorite clearly being the city's celebrated subway system, where a diverse array of people from tourists to locals come together.

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