When photographer Weilun Chong was riding the train, he saw the beauty in basic transit and took pictures of commuters.
In his series 'Please Mind The Gap,' Chong has been able to capture interesting lines and textures, without even using a studio or professional lighting. He takes the picture at the moment that a passenger is passing the gap, and he transfers that energy into print. He feels that people are constantly on the go, and that is why he chose this way to represent that movement. The linear movement between the cars acts as a perfect frame for the subject, and because they aren't standing still, you can only catch a sliver of them. This series by Weilun Chong feels incredibly voyeuristic.
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