Cityscape Photography

October 24, 2023

Artist Reimagines Modern-Day Landscapes With Van Gogh-Inspired Swirly Skies

Over the last few years, Mexico City has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Among its main attractions is its unique architecture, blending centuries-old colonial buildings with modern styles. Inspired by its vibrant cityscape, artist Cizza Bernal has set out to capture the landmarks of the Mexican capital with his camera. Then, he elevates those pictures by digitally giving them a swirly sky that evokes Van Gogh's The Starry Night.

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April 25, 2023

Photos of the Same Locations 10 Years Apart Show Evolution of a City

This past winter, photographer Guido Gutierrez Ruiz was scrolling through his Instagram and looking at his first images on the platform. At first, he was simply interested in seeing how his photography evolved. But, as he also has a passion for urban planning and architecture, he was struck by how much the city of Toronto had changed since he began posting on Instagram in 2013. This led him to recreate some of his early images.

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October 2, 2022

Traveling Photographer’s Love Letter to Kyoto Highlights Its Technicolor Glow

Photographer Xavier Portela is known for capturing the energy of cities at night. Focusing on the neon-soaked streets of vibrant urban centers, Portela's Glow series is a surreal look at life in the city. And now, after Tokyo and Kobe, Portela is back in Japan. This time, he's ventured to Kyoto. Considered the cultural heart of Japan, the former capital is known for its wealth of temples and shrines.

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January 18, 2022

18-Year-Old‘s Stunning Time Slice Photo Captures the Changing Sky in One Brilliant Image

Cal Cole may be only 18 years old, but he's already getting attention for his time slice photography. The British student recently saw his creative photo of a pylon go viral on Reddit, which was a welcome surprise. One look at the photo and it's no surprise that it garnered so much attention. Cole cleverly used the pylon as a sort of stained glass window.

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