During a trip to New York City, French photographer Ludwig Favre found himself staying in Chinatown. Inspired by what he saw around him, Favre made it a point to capture the magic of the neighborhood. So, the day of his flight, he woke up early in the morning to grab a coffee and snap shots of the sleepy streets before the sun went up.
Most Istanbul photos depict ancient Turkish architecture such as ornate mosques, traditional stone houses, or even mystical market streets.
Italian photographer Federico Scarchilli turns his lens toward Matera, showing the spectacularly unique architecture of this ancient Southern Italian town.
Being one of the most photographed cities in the world, it's hard to get a unique image of Venice. And yet, architect and photographer Dimitar Karanikolov managed to do just that with his stunning aerial photographs. People often think that the best views of Venice come by boat, but Karanikolov's drone photos show the incredible artistry in Venice's urban structures.
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Photographer Xavier Portela brings us to New York City for the latest addition of his ongoing Glow series, which sees him zooming around the world to photograph neon-tinged cities. Portela had previously teased us with the promise of a set of aerial Glow photos from the Big Apple, and now he's delivered with #NEWYORKGLOW II. Shot from a helicopter, Portela offers a sweeping view of the Manhattan cityscape with his pink- and blue-hued photographs.
While Abu Dhabi's architecture might often be overshadowed by neighboring Dubai, Khalid Al Hammadi‘s photography proves that the UAE's second...
Moroccan photographer and 3D artist Zaki Abdelmounim merges his skill sets to produce incredible night photography of well-loved Asian cities.
After Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Tokyo, photographer Xavier Portela moves Stateside for the latest installment of his Glow series. #NewYorkGlow sees Portela, who describes himself as a “compulsive photographer,” capturing the vibrant neon lights in and around Times Square. Billboards loom overhead and the world-famous Rockettes smile over the city streets as people go about their business. Portela's color palette, filled with contrasting reds and blues, transforms Manhattan into a surreal setting fit for a sci-fi film.
German photographer, digital artist, design director, and adventurer Mark Siegemund captured the incredible cityscape of Shanghai with a drone camera.
Japanese photographer Yuichi Yokota travels the world, capturing the spirit of his surroundings with his camera.