A Cab Driver Shoots Photographs of New York from the Busy Streets

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Aug 14, 2013 • References: drivebyshootings & petapixel
Rush hour and traffic lights are not a pain for cab driver and photographer David Bradford as he can utilize the time as opportunities to capture even more photographs of New York from his unique perspective.

Driving around the bustling city, the taxi driver explains in the documented video that he has a "front-seat view" to the streets of one of the most famous and infamous cities in the world. Choosing to display his images in black and white, the photographer captures the true heart of the city, not the prepackaged scenes everybody recognizes from posters and postcards.

David Bradford's photographs of New York offer the world an insider's perspective on the glorious American city. Stats for Drive-By City Captures Trending: Older & Chilly
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