Adam Magyar is a Berlin-based Hungarian photographer, who filmed the subway platforms in a project called Stainlesslocated on the borderline of still photography and motion pictures. 
While spending extensive time in cities like Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kolkata and New York, he was able to capture "man's finite time in infinity". In his animated pictures he creates a long, moving portrait that’s totally mesmerizing. The observer of the scene is an imaginary person, looking at the whole as an outsider and the factor of time is essential. The people looks like ghosts. You pass by an endless row of living sculptures, brought together by the same intention of taking the train to get caught and carried away by the urban flow. 

Urban Flow, Hong-Kong
Stainless, Paris
Squares, Hong Kong
Credits: opiomgallery