June 30, 2018

Photographer Explores the Rainbow-Colored Neighborhoods of Istanbul

Most Istanbul photos depict ancient Turkish architecture such as ornate mosques, traditional stone houses, or even mystical market streets. However, there’s also a surprising modern side to city that many people don't know about. Architect and photographer Yener Torun has been capturing the colorful urban playgrounds of Istanbul’s developing neighborhoods ever since he moved there around 18 years ago.

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June 15, 2018

Electric Nightscapes Capture Moody Neon Streets of Shanghai

At 20 years old, most people are out exploring and having fun. But, for Victor Chiang, a leg injury that left him bedridden provided inspiration for a new creative passion. Inspired by the rooftoppers he saw on Instagram, Chiang began his own photography journey once he recovered. Now, his own Instagram feed is covered with electric nightscapes of Shanghai and beyond.

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April 17, 2018

Stunning Photos of Abu Dhabi’s Towering Architecture Wrapped in Fog

While Abu Dhabi's architecture might often be overshadowed by neighboring Dubai, Khalid Al Hammadi‘s photography proves that the UAE's second most populous city is filled with magnificent vistas. Al Hammadi's imagery shows Abu Dhabi's architecture immersed in fog, white wisps enveloping futuristic skyscrapers and historic mosques. It's an interesting perspective from the recent graduate in chemical engineering, who began documenting his love of architecture in 2013.

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March 2, 2018

Aerial Drone Photos Immortalize the Dynamic Beauty of a Fast-Changing Shanghai

German photographer, digital artist, design director, and adventurer Mark Siegemund captured the incredible cityscape of Shanghai with a drone camera. Now living and working in the Chinese metropolis, his growing portfolio showcases the city’s dynamic, urban landscape from hard-to-reach angles, just like views from a bird’s perspective, above winding streets and between skyscrapers. A city that is essentially divided into two parts by the Huangpu River, Shanghai separates the future from the past.

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