Photographer Helene Havard traveled from her home in French Polynesia to the island of Cuba and captured the urban landscapes of its capital city, Havana. Having little itinerary in mind, she “strolled the streets,” and fell in love with the lively hues and the unique atmosphere that lay off the beaten path. Devoid of many people, the structures have their aging beauty on full display.
New York is often described as “the city that never sleeps.
British photographer Leah Pattem (of the Madrid No Frills blog)
Sparked by a curiosity of London’s quaint entryways, photographer Bella Foxwell documents the many different doors she comes across. Her Instagram portfolio, The Doors of London, captures the charming diversity of the city’s townhouses, showcasing a rainbow of front door colors from across the various neighborhoods. Although London is known for its dreary weather, Foxwell’s photos show how the streets are lined with a myriad of cheerful façades.
Travel photographer Alan Brutenic loves using his abilities as a drone pilot to explore different cities around the world.
By bringing his background in art direction to his photography, Liam Wong is able to capture the vivid streets of...
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.
At 20 years old, most people are out exploring and having fun.
As camera technology continues to develop, today’s photographers and videographers are able to capture the world in ultra-high definition.