Cityscape Photography

April 13, 2018

Photographer Immortalizes Vibrant Neon Streets of Hong Kong and Tokyo

Moroccan photographer and 3D artist Zaki Abdelmounim merges his skill sets to produce incredible night photography of well-loved Asian cities. His photographs of Hong Kong and Tokyo show the vibrant, neon-soaked streets bustling with activity throughout all hours of the night. A love of surreal science fiction and noir pushed Abdelmounim to create each series and use his design skills to pull out the saturated details of the neon lights of the respective cities.

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February 26, 2018

Beautiful Wintry Photos of Tokyo Blanketed in Snow Look Like a Frozen Fairy Tale

Japanese photographer Yuichi Yokota travels the world, capturing the spirit of his surroundings with his camera. But it's these images from his home base of Tokyo, covered in snow, that really caught our eye. Yokota manages to photograph the delicate white flakes floating down to earth, blanketing the city in white powder. From the temple-filled streets of Asakusa to the bustling crosswalks of Shibuya, his photographs render Tokyo even more magical than it already is.

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January 19, 2018

Photographer Captures Busy But Beautiful City Streets Unique to Tokyo

Photographer Tatsuto Shibata (known as _deepsky on Instagram) is known for his ability to capture the spirit of modern Tokyo. From the chaotic main avenues to quiet side streets, Shibata's photographs show just how multi-faceted the metropolis really is. Even oft-photographed spaces, such as the expansive crosswalks of Ginza, take on a new dimension through his lens.

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December 23, 2017

Train Passenger Captures Surreal Photos of Hokkaido Blanketed in Snow

Hokkaido, Japan's snow-covered northernmost prefecture, is the magical background for Chinese photographer Ying Yin‘s series Wind of Okhotsk. Inspired by her desire to visit a snowy area, the lush winter scenery, blanketed by white powder, makes for a powerful set of images. Starting in Sapporo, the capital, and ending in Abashiri on the coast of the Okhotsk Sea, Yin traveled on the Okhotsk-no-Kaze (“Wind of Okhotsk”).

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