Cityscape Photography

July 27, 2021

Paris Is Transformed Into a Cotton-Candy Wonderland in Surreal ‘Infrachroma’ Photos

Paris and the gardens of Versailles are well-worn territories for photographers, but John Kosmopoulos captures a fresh perspective on them thanks to his use of infrachrome—a special post-processing technique. The photos are part of Kosmopoulos' Infrachroma series, which sees him traveling around the globe to give decidedly different views on the common cityscape.

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May 1, 2021

Dubai Skyscrapers Rise Above a Thick Blanket of Fog To Create a City in the Clouds

Photographer Albert Dros has traveled the world and captured breathtaking sights along the way. From Greenland’s icebergs to the ancient Fanal forest, Dros is dedicated to showcasing the Earth’s alluring natural beauty and the ways in which humans interact with it. A great example of this is his series in Dubai that features most of its buildings blanketed in thick fog.

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February 14, 2021

Photographer Reveals a Cyberpunk View of Tokyo by Wandering the Neon-Lit Streets at Night

City nights have long enchanted artists. Vincent Van Gogh once painted a Café Terrace at Night, with unidentifiable guests taking late-night libations under golden light. Modern photographers too are drawn to the dramatic illuminations and shadowy figures of urban evenings. French photographer and artistic director Aishy has found inspiration in the neon-paneled streets of Tokyo.

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June 28, 2020

Photographer Compiles Over 100 Photos of Chicago Into a Book 20 Years in the Making

For over 20 years, photographer Barry Butler has been inspired by the city of Chicago. Enamored with its skyline, the Ireland-born, Chicago-based photographer has become famous for his incredible photographs of the metropolis. Now, he's brought together his work in the book, Chicago: A City Above All. Across 124 pages, Butler highlights some of Chicago's most stunning views in this homage to the city that has inspired him.

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