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Spiritography Of New York City I[1] Photographer: Skander Khlif (Germany)
Description New York City is without doubt the most interesting place on earth. Iconic photographers like Elliott Erwitt, William Klein, Garry Winogrand and others spent a lifetime transforming wonderful moments into iconic images. Images which told the world about each area and era of the mega city. Images which inspired us, made people discover the magic of the streets, the fascination about the human being and the alchemy of the happening.

Waking up every single morning taking a lens and vagabonding the charismatic avenues and streets of Manhattan is an unfulfilled dream but Germany-based photographer Skander Khlif was fortunate enough to experience lately a 5 days trailer from his hypothetical dream life.


More information at skanderkhlif.com



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EXIF Date Time: 2017:08:27 06:43:42
Camera: X-Pro2
Aperture F Number: f/10.0
Exposure Time: 1/1250s
Focal Length: 23mm
ISO: 640

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