Cityscape Photography

December 17, 2017

Photographer Sends a Drone Over NYC to Prove the City is More Stunning From Above

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.

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November 30, 2017

It Took 160 Hours to Create This Stunning 600-Megapixel View of the Manhattan Skyline

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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November 25, 2017

Day and Night Merge in Spectacular Timelapse of New York City

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.

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