Hungarian photographer Márton Mogyorósy gives a bird’s-eye view of Barcelona through gorgeous aerial photographs. Eschewing well-worn monuments like the Sagrada Familia and La Rambla in favor of lesser-known gems, Mogyorósy gives an unexpected tour of the city by land and sea. Focusing in on the unique symmetry of the urban landscape, Mogyorósy picks out elements of geometry in each composition.
Photographer Helene Havard traveled from her home in French Polynesia to the island of Cuba and captured the urban landscapes...
New York is often described as “the city that never sleeps.
British photographer Leah Pattem (of the Madrid No Frills blog) has been documenting Madrid’s traditional dive bars and cafés for the last two years. Now with over 100 photos of bar fronts, her series, titled 100 Of Madrid’s No-frills Bars, captures the unique charm of each locally-loved haunt before they close their shutters for good. “These bars are special because they underpin local communities,” Pattem tells My Modern Met.
Sparked by a curiosity of London’s quaint entryways, photographer Bella Foxwell documents the many different doors she comes across.
Travel photographer Alan Brutenic loves using his abilities as a drone pilot to explore different cities around the world.
By bringing his background in art direction to his photography, Liam Wong is able to capture the vivid streets of Tokyo in a manner that’s uniquely his own. It’s hard to believe that Wong’s photography journey began just 3 years ago when he picked up his first DSLR prior to a trip to Tokyo.
During a trip to New York City, French photographer Ludwig Favre found himself staying in Chinatown.
Most Istanbul photos depict ancient Turkish architecture such as ornate mosques, traditional stone houses, or even mystical market streets.
Italian photographer Federico Scarchilli turns his lens toward Matera, showing the spectacularly unique architecture of this ancient Southern Italian town. Matera is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world known for its cave dwellings—which in recent years have been transformed into luxurious cave hotels. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and named the 2019 European Capital of Culture, Matera’s history has been rocky.
Being one of the most photographed cities in the world, it’s hard to get a unique image of Venice.
At 20 years old, most people are out exploring and having fun.