NYC by Bike Photo Series Captures the City at Wheel Level

By: Jonathon Brown - Published: Dec 5, 2012 • References: blog.tomolesnevich & laughingsquid
Tom Olesnevich is a bicyclist and a photographer and he recently merged his two passions to create NYC by Bike.

NYC by Bike is a personal photo project of Olesnevich's in which he captures the busy noise of New York City's streets from an angle few have every captured before. Olesnevich uses a camera mounted to his bicycle wheels to get low near the pavement and to provide a view most people, even those who've visited New York, have never seen before. This slight adjustment to the angle in which his photos of New York City are taken makes a world of difference.

Another key to NYC by Bike is the variety of transportation methods captured in the series, which effectively incapsulates the hustle that is New York City. Stats for Wheel Mounted Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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