I really enjoyed this profile of Adam Magyar, the 'renegade' self-taught photographer who combines sophisticated photographic equipment, other retro-fitted hardware, self-written software, and an artist's eye to unique effect. In 'Stainless', speeding subway cars and their passengers (often seemingly lost in their own worlds) are captured in exceptionally high resolution. Part of the project involved filming New Yorkers standing on the platform at Grand Central station with a slow motion camera (preview above - watch it full screen). It's strangely poignant. When great technology and great art combine wonderful things happen. This is a great example of that.