Japan "Ordinary Backdrops" by Louise de Belle
Japanese Architecture

“Ordinary Backdrops” from Japan by Louise de Belle

Ordinary backdrops is a series of photographs by Louise de Belles that capture the beauty of the ordinary as well as commonplaces of Japanese cities that embrace imperfection. Ordinary :  adjective 1. With no special or distinctive features; normal. “he sets out to depict ordinary people” Ordinary Backdrops Photographs by Louis de Belle Work description by Louise de Belle Ordinary Backdrops is a photographic…

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Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

Hong Kong “Architecture of Density” by Michael Wolf

German photographer Michael wolf captured in his serie “Architecture of Density”, images that acutely acknowledge the landscape’s overwhelming concentration of soaring buildings and skyscrapers in Hong Kong. In art there’s no rules, you can do whatever you want. With a magazine you’re always confined to pictures on a page. You have an editor, I had an art director, there are certain expectations…

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10 Amazing Aerial Swimming Pools Photographs / Stephan Zirwes

12 Surreal Pools Photographs by Stephan Zirwes

Stephan Zirwes is a German photographer who was awarded third place in the Sony World Photography Awards in the category of Architecture with his work “Pools”. For years, he has specialised in taking aerial photographs – first by hanging out of helicopters and now also using drones. His work “Pools” photographs makes us reconsider the waste of water in private pools, a fundamental resource…

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Bern Switzerland Aerial View
Architecture, Urban Design

10 Amazing Aerial Views of cities

Aerial Photography is particularly difficult to do. First, you’re generally going to be in a moving aircraft with windows. Considering the cost of plane and fuel, this makes waiting around for better lighting somewhat less of an option. To get a good aerial shot, you need to plan to be in the sky at the right time, know how to avoid…

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