Posted by Ars Technic on Sunday, January 25, 2019 07:29:23The new photo-box for the New York City subway has received praise from the New Yorker and New York Post, with the Times calling it “a gorgeous piece of design.”
It’s been on display at the Times and other publications since April and will be part of a series of photos and videos available for public consumption.
The Times is calling it a “new approach to a familiar medium,” while the Post calls it “one of the most beautiful photos we’ve seen in a long time.”
The new Photo Box was designed to complement the subway’s existing photo station and video station, where commuters could snap photos and upload them to a public Facebook page or share them on Twitter.
A few of the images can be seen below:The photo-field is large enough for a full-size photo, but it’s limited to a single photo and a video clip.
This is a video of a woman holding up a sign on the New Jersey side of the Manhattan Bridge, which is a few feet away from the entrance to the station.
The photo box has been a favorite of mine for many years, and I’ve used it in various ways to capture my daily commute.
But it has also been a bit of a frustration.
You can’t just grab a photo and upload it.
The whole thing is a bit unwieldy.
The Photo Box can be accessed via a subway station, which opens up a photo menu and allows users to choose from a number of photo fields.
One of the photo fields lets you choose between black and white, and the rest are a mix of white and gray.
I found the black-and-white field to be the most pleasing.
I like the contrast between the white and black, and also the way it gives me an idea of how far I’ve traveled.
It looks great in photos, too.
When it comes to video, the photo field is pretty much the same.
It lets you select from a wide range of video formats, including standard 1080p, 720p, 480p, or a combination of each.
It’s not the most versatile, but that’s what makes the photo box such a great photo-sharing platform.
I used to love using the Photo Box for video, but after several years of using it for photos, I’ve been starting to prefer it for photo sharing.
I’ve uploaded thousands of photos to Flickr, the world’s largest photo-sensing photo-matching service.
I have a few videos on YouTube as well, but those videos tend to be a bit over the top.
You get a nice mix of quality and resolution in the video field, but the quality is often too low.
For some photos, like this video of an artist’s face in New York, the quality of the video is very good.
The video also has a few clips that are a bit blurry.
This Photo Box has been my go-to photo-storage space for a long while.
It works very well and provides a convenient way to share photos with others.
But while I’ve always loved the idea of getting my pictures out into the world, I haven’t found that the Photo Field is ideal for this.
I would have preferred a photo-storing system that offered an easy way to get my photos off the train and onto a computer, but with this Photo Box, that’s not really possible.