Hong Kong has become synonymous with its teetering skyscrapers, and French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze is fascinated by them!
Romain’s dizzying images are published in his book, Vertical Horizons… and you can see more below:
Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty left an unfulfilling career in engineering to pursue his photographic passion. He was drawn to photography by its amazing ability to stop time, revealing unexpected details that the eye might otherwise never see.
Navid is expanding his work into photojournalism with the desire to accurately portray humanity and shape the way people think about the Earth. His intense curiosity and love of travel has made him determined to explore the world’s most extreme and beautiful environments on every continent.
Navid’s work has won numerous awards and has appeared in publications and exhibitions worldwide. His work has also been used in a large-scale installation.
Enjoy more of Navid’s work below:
Take three minutes to check out this inspirational, well-shot video featuring some great advice from smartphone photographer Dilshad Corleone about shooting, composing and telling a story with an image.
Of his practice, Dilshad says…
I recently came across an evocative series of cityscapes by German photographer Stephanie Jung on Arhitektura+, in which the artist applies a clever technique of multiple exposures to create pleasingly dramatic effects in her images.
See below for some more examples of Stephanie’s very individual perspective on urban landscapes…
Check out these stunning cityscapes by the talented amateur Belgian photographer Jef Van den Houte – let me know if you love them as much as I do!
(I recommend clicking on the images to view even more impressive large versions where available…)