Martin Stavars demonstrates the power of dramatic images in black and white in his collection published in the book Megalapolis.
Your work ranges from the whimsical to surreal. Which represents you best? Both my whimsical and more serious/surreal projects mean a lot to me, however my more surreal images tend to have a much more profound concept behind them.
Can you imagine the Big Apple bereft of people? Well you won’t have to thanks to the remarkable images shot by Adam Garelick. Garelick has had a love affair shooting the famously busy NYC since 2002, and during that time has taken thousands of images of this place renowned for its 24/7 non-stop activity.