Usually on the subway people look, but don't really see. Photographer Jackie Neale not only saw and paid attention, but captured a slice of our time, using the tools of our time: a smart phone and Instagram. Her medium is about is flexibility and freedom. As with Walker Evans and Bruce Davidson, a small, portable camera, in her case a smart phone, enabled her to get very close to people in real life-and it doesn't get any more real than the New York subway-and capture them as they are. There are no "photo faces" or "F off" gestures of anger, just people going about their lives, heading somewhere.