Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin


Daniel Arnold is a young street photographer from the West who came to New York only to discover he could Take Pictures.

The city inspired him so much that even despite using only the most basic of modern photography tools – smartphone camera and Instagram – he creates images that tell you more about New York and the people living there that tonnes of books or films would.

He spent several days travelling to the end stations of several NYC subway lines. There he made photos of the people travelling on the trains and of what they did after they reached the last station on the route.

His photo series has been featured by “The New Yorker” magazine on their Photo Booth page.

Enjoy it! And then grab your smartphone or any other camera you have (following the golden principle: “The best camera is the one you have on you”) and do the same for Berlin.

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By Daniel Arnold "END STATION" series for The New Yorker magazine

By Daniel Arnold “END STATION” series for The New Yorker magazine


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