Photographer Liam Wong, who is known for his cinematic photos of Tokyo at night, is back with a new collection of urban images for his book After Dark. A sort of sequel to his popular monograph TO:KY:OO, After Dark sees Wong cast a wider net as he explores other urban centers at night.
Paris and the gardens of Versailles are well-worn territories for photographers, but John Kosmopoulos captures a fresh perspective on them thanks...
Nights full of neon signs obscured by sleeting rain evoke a film noir ethos.
Photographer Xavier Portela is back with another edition of his Glow series, which sees him capturing neon-soaked cityscapes around the globe. This time he's landed in Dubai, where he's taken full advantage of the city's architecture. With a web of highways weaving through skyscrapers, Dubai's landscape lends itself perfectly to Portela's futuristic photography.
Photographer Albert Dros has traveled the world and captured breathtaking sights along the way.
Stunning Photos Highlight the Solitude and Peculiar Beauty of Ghost Towns Around the World [Interview]
Self-taught photographer James Kerwin spends his time behind the lens capturing stunning images of abandoned spaces and neglected relics and...
New York City has always been known for both its glamour and grit. It's this duality that inspires photographer Nicolas Miller; his neo-noir images capture the cinematic nature of everyday life among the overpasses, high-rises, and neon signs. Miller's pursuit of imperfect light and lonely urban corners produce images that invoke the magic of film noir in the modern age.
City nights have long enchanted artists.
Dutch landscape photographer Albert Dros is known for his imagery of locales like Kyrgyzstan and Antarctica, as well as explorations...
As Mark Hersch approached Chicago's O'Hare airport in 2014, he never could have imagined what awaited him. While gazing out his window, he snapped what he felt was an “interesting” photo with his iPhone. The result is a surreal image that continues to circulate the internet to this day. At first, this upside-down city in the clouds looks like the work of a digital artist.
For over 20 years, photographer Barry Butler has been inspired by the city of Chicago.
With Lost in Translation, photographer Ludwig Favre takes a look at Tokyo and captures the spirit of the city with his...