Nikon joined Alastair Philip Wiper on his shoot in Copenhagen to capture a behind-the-scenes insight into his response to the project. You can watch this at the following link: https://youtu.be/a5FMiPf3W90
Nikon is challenging photographers across Europe to follow suit by sharing their newly-inspired photography via the #ElevateTheEveryday hashtag.
During the project, the photographers used the following Nikon equipment:
- Nikon D750
- PC-E NIKKOR 24mm f/3.5D ED
- AF-S NIKKOR 24mm f/1.4G ED
- AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8E ED VR
About the photographers:
Alastair Philip Wiper: Alastair is an English photographer and writer based in Copenhagen. The things that human beings create and build amaze him, and he takes an anthropological approach to the subjects of his photography, seeking out the unintentional beauty in the infrastructure.
Juan Jerez: Juan is a Spanish architect and photographer, working in Paris. He specialises in creating images capable of telling a story; working not with words but with lights, shadows and shape to present a different way of seeing the world.
Aaron Pegg: Aaron is a New York-based photographer who began taking photographs of empty stations in his home city in November 2013. Pictures on Instagram inspired him to pick up a camera and ‘show stations in their “rawest form”, capturing the leading lines, depth of field and symmetry to illustrate their beauty’.
Adrien Barakat: Adrien is a Swiss architect and photographer. His architectural background has allowed him to develop an exceptional critical eye, understanding of space and special attention to detail to express the aesthetic qualities and strengths of his subjects.