Self-taught photographer Harimao Lee‘s stunning cityscape and urban photography takes the viewer on a dizzying look at his hometown of Hong Kong and other Asian cities. Reading as commentaries on life, loneliness, and love within the urban jungle, Lee's work varies from dizzying rooftop captures to moody street shots.
Freelance art director and designer Mark Broyer explores his hometown of Hamburg after dark, shooting evocative night photography of its...
Hokkaido, Japan's snow-covered northernmost prefecture, is the magical background for Chinese photographer Ying Yin‘s series Wind of Okhotsk.
New York City is a stunning metropolis no matter how a photographer captures it, but aerial photography offers a look at Manhattan that's unlike anything else. Humza Deas is one photographer taking to the skies via a drone and snapping many striking shots of New York. His awe-inspiring vantage point highlights the beauty of city planning; how the grid system divides the buildings into neat geometric patterns and green areas like Central Park add bursts of color among the gray rooftops.
VAST photographer Dan Piech, who specializes in ultra-high resolution photography, shows us a different perspective of New York City.
Parisian photographer Laurent Kronental’s latest photo series, Les Yeux des Tours, captures life through the porthole windows of the Tours Aillaud—a...
Photographer, engineer, and entrepreneur Dan Piech has long been fascinated by the possibilities of ultra-high resolution photos, spending over a decade refining his techniques. His recent work A New York City Dream is an impressive 602-megapixel composite made from 189 individual photographs of the Manhattan skyline. Taking 160 hours to create, the stunning photograph is an incredible vision of New York City, unlike any other.
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Ex-rocket scientist turned filmmaker Julian Tryba of Alinia Media is back with a new timelapse that combines math and art with stunning results. His NYC Layer-Lapse is a two-and-a-half-minute audiovisual symphony that shows us the iconic cityscape from a new dimension, as day and night are blended seamlessly together. Tryba used his background in engineering to write code and create what he calls a layer-lapse.
South-African photographer and visual artist Elsa Bleda captures moody, nighttime scenes that radiate a dream-like fluorescent glow.
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein tells the tale of two cities through aerial photography.