I lived in New York City for 10 years (2006-2016) and before returning back to my home country, Thailand. NYC was such a great segment of my life. I have not trained to be a photographer, but I love to capture a moment in general. Maybe I'm wrong. I once talked to myself when I was at the MET museum staring at a painting that contains super fine details and anatomically correct. However, there was a short segment of human history that painters stop painting realistic images. They skipped details of hair, fingers and nails in their works. They did not even pay about an actual scale. Then, I get it! because of the invention of cameras, paintings are pushed aside for replication of reality.