Photographer Takes to the Streets to Capture Love Through the Lens of a Camera

New and mature love stories told beautifully by photographer Brandon Stanton.
3:00 | 02/14/14

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Valentine's day. Now, meet a photographer, certain everyone has a love story. John donvan has the story. Reporter: A New York institution is Brandon Stanton, known for walking up to total strangers and getting their picture. Their picture and their story, which then goes up on his hit website, humans of New York. Which also features a lot of these, couples shots. Couples in love, unlocking that love with just a small caption. "He doesn't always waltz, but when he does, it's always in public." They met on the school bus when they were 10 years old. What did she say? "Hello." What did he say? "Go away." And this woman, 100 years old, who had this to say about her late husband in his final moments, "I said, 'Moe, what will I do without you?'" he said, 'take the love you have for me and spread it around. In love spread around, there is beauty found.'" so this week we watched him work, watching and listening to the stories unfold. Like them -- and these two -- You have been dating for a month what's the secret to a long-term relationship. I wish I knew. What is the best thing about her? Her smile. What is your favorite thing about cold? Holding hands. Holding hands. Reporter: A lot of different faces and different faces of love, Brandon finds. You can really see these different kinds of loves in the photos? Sometimes I'll photograph a couple that look really grumpy. But then I'll start to interview them and you find out there's something really deep there. Or maybe it's a grumpy kind of love, which is also a great kind of love. Reporter: And what his picture and story taking has told him, love changes. Because while he's seen this -- he's also seen this. An older couples, they're very aware of each other's flaws they have lived with them. Then love does evolve. And sometimes gets deeper. And his its time for everybody. Just ask Brandon. There's a struggle there, you know, to make a relationship work. So we choose Brandon Stanton and wish all of you a happy Valentine's day.

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