A well-dressed pilot walks past an air traffic control tower at JFK airport in New York City. In this fine art print, the lone, but poised pilot drags his suitcase on his way to work. As he approaches the cross walk, an intimidating-looking metal fence demarcates the tarmac while an air traffic control tower looms overhead. The airport is an expansive, impersonal place. This bit of New York City street photography captures that feeling of loneliness. The pilot at JFK airport was photographed on a Mamiya 645AF medium format camera. The film was scanned on a top-of-the-line Hasselblad Flextight X5 scanner.
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