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The Sartorialist talks about his technique with Lens, the New York Times photography blog. He works fast, he explains, because he wants to capture people's images before that initial rush of pleasure at being chosen wears off. And he insists that the outfits aren't his primary focus—it's more about the abstract concepts behind what his photo subjects have thrown together. [Lens]