Adam Magyar is a wizard who knows how to freeze reality, capturing the passing of time into one single image, turning daily moments that are constantly ignored by everyone into fascinating views of humanity and the world that surrounds us. His techniques are pretty damn cool.
Artist Adam Magyar uses sophisticated software and high-speed camera rigs of his own design to capture beautifully haunting slow-motion footage of commuters, trains and passengers inside NYC's Grand Central Terminal.
Photographer Adam Magyar took a high speed camera and recorded everything as his subway train car was getting into the station. Here's the result in three spellbinding clips, part of his film Stainless, in three different cities: New York, Berlin and Tokyo. Above you can see 42 Street—Grand Central.