Photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer is known for using infrared photography to masterfully show a new perspective on well-worn cityscapes. Ferrer's latest conquest is New York City. INFRA NYC is Ferrer's infrared reportage of the city, taken after 15 days dedicated solely to documenting every corner of the Big Apple. From Central Park to Coney Island, Ferrer covers Manhattan and Brooklyn in a unique and exciting manner.
Photographer Barry Butler is known for capturing all sides of his beloved city of Chicago.
This past winter, photographer Guido Gutierrez Ruiz was scrolling through his Instagram and looking at his first images on the...
Photographer Nina Wolfe grew up in a home that had a view of the New York City skyline, and from a young age, she was inspired by that view. She often wandered the streets of Manhattan to look for inspiration and eventually fell in love with landscape and cityscape photography. But it was the Moon that really captured her imagination and has been her muse for many years.
The streets of Bolivia's second-largest city, El Alto, are dotted with unique architecture that was born from local Indigenous culture.
Photographer Xavier Portela is known for capturing the energy of cities at night.
Photographer Xavier Portela is back with a new addition to his Glow series. For years, Portela has been wandering city streets at night and capturing their energy through a series of stunning photographs. Often focusing on the neon-soaked atmosphere of Asian cities, he's now added Seoul to his list. For Seoul Glow, Portela spent four nights in the South Korean capital and transformed it into his playground. As is typical with his Glow series, color is a key component.
Photographer Michael Shainblum proves once again that being in the right place at the right time and keeping yourself open...
Cal Cole may be only 18 years old, but he's already getting attention for his time slice photography.
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.