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John Schabel's Passengers

Intimate Snapshots Of Anonymous Travelers

"John Schabel’s series of photographs depicting anonymous airline passengers effectively captures the curious blend of impersonal efficiency and poignant humanity that pervades the experience of contemporary commercial air travel

John Schabel

Passengers, a photography piece by John Schabel. Grabbing photos of unsuspecting travelers John Schabel has stitched together this amazing project over the years.

Passengers' by John Schabel. For about three years in the 90's, New York-based photographer John Schabel took on a voyeuristic project involving people seated on planes, as seen through the aircrafts' porthole windows. Unbeknownst to the anonymous flyers, the photographer would snap shots of them with a telephoto lens from a safe distance, nearly 100 yards away.

For about three years in the New York-based photographer John Schabel took on a voyeuristic project involving people seated on planes, as seen throug

John Schabel, Passengers

It took John Schabel three years to complete his

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For about three years in the New York-based photographer John Schabel took on a voyeuristic project involving people seated on planes, as seen throug

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