One of the greatest aspects of photography is to be able to look through a viewfinder and capture a particular scene that most people aren’t familiar with. Even if the shot is in a highly dense city, it’s still from a unique perspective that most people throughout the world aren’t familiar with. Thus, it becomes a never-ending hunt to find more interesting shots and angles.
Above is a video from Vice featuring a conversation with photographer, Christopher Anderson, as they discuss his work and life-changing experience on a Haitian refugee boat that sank in the Caribbean. The conversation takes a turn as the crew follows Anderson through New York City while he adventures around searching for the perfect shot.