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Photographer Manson Shows Why Hong Kong Is Called The Concrete Jungle

Photographer Manson Shows Why Hong Kong Is Called The Concrete Jungle

Photographer Manson shows why Hong Kong is called the concrete jungle. Hong Kong is popular for its stunning cityscapes. Many photographers and filmmakers get attracted to the city as it provides crazy symmetrical and vibrant views of the detailed concrete constructions. But photographer Manson wants to show how Hong Kong…

Elegant Architectural Concepts By Javier Valero

Beautiful And Elegant Architectural Concepts By Javier Valero

Here we are displaying 14 beautiful and elegant architectural concepts by Javier Valero. This Spanish architect having amazing skills and he design soem elegant architecture concepts. The Shapes, interiors and colors are so amazign in his designs. Scroll down and inspire yourself. You can find Javier Valero on the web:…

Photographer Traveled Through Europe And Captured The Elegance Of Abandoned Places

Photographer Traveled Through Europe And Captured The Elegance Of Abandoned Places (20 Pics)

My name is Romain Thiery and I’m an artist-photographer, born in 1988 in France. I’m based now near Montpellier, south of France. Abandonment, forgetfulness, exploration of the unusual fascinate me. I dive into these spaces that everyone thinks are empty, I wander there for hours that I class out of…

This Creative Couple Playfully Interacts With Architecture To Reveal The Extraordinary Of Everyday (25 Pics)

This Creative Couple Playfully Interacts With Architecture To Reveal The Extraordinary Of Everyday (25 Pics)

Creative couple Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís playfully interacts with architecture to reveal the extraordinary of everyday. Daniel Rueda is a graduate architect and self-taught architectural photographer based in Valencia, Spain. This creative duo demonstrate their skills through the charming photographs that incorporate illusion and landscapes particularly architecture. The shapes,…

Photographer Captures The Dramatic Photos Of European Churches In His Series Sacred Spaces

Photographer Captures The Dramatic Photos Of European Churches In His Series Sacred Spaces

Over the millennia, churches have shifted back and forth from centers of community to individual introspection and reflection, pausing periodically along the scale as a new denomination upset the balances of tradition. The modern church is a delicate institution; under siege from countering theologies, philosophies and the super speed of…

Break Time In Benidorm Spain: Architecture Photography By Andres Gallardo Albajar

Break Time In Benidorm, Spain: Architecture Photography By Andres Gallardo Albajar

Around 1970’s Benidorm experienced a touristic boom based on the vertical transformation of a little coastal town into what it nowadays is, definitely one of the most popular destinations in Spain, particularly among British, Germans, Dutch and Belgian tourists, but also within nationals. A successful model that has been one…

Light And Its Form Of Absence: Architecture Photography By Andres Gallardo Albajar

Light And Its Form Of Absence: Architecture Photography By Andres Gallardo Albajar

Lights and its Form of Absence is a collection of images gathered during the last years featuring light and shadows as main elements. For this series, I decided to convert these images into black and white to better highlight the contrast between the two key elements in photography. Cities such…

Urban Geometry: Amazing Architecture Photography Of Seoul By Andres Gallardo Albajar

Urban Geometry: Amazing Architecture Photography Of Seoul By Andrés Gallardo Albajar

A new chapter of my ‘Urban Geometry’ series, a project initiated in Tallinn in autumn 2013. ‘Urban Geometry’ is a journey of self-development that took me to visit cities such as Berlin, Paris, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Malmo, Brussels, Milano, Alicante, Hamburg, Prague, Huesca, Tartu, Vilnius, Bremen, Seoul, Beijing, Taipei or Taichung.…

Hui Villages: An Ancient Architecture Wonder By Florian Delalee

Hui Villages: An Ancient Architecture Wonder By Florian Delalee

The region called “Huizhou” is home to several ancient architectural wonders from the Ming and Qing Dynasty, which includes villages of Xidi and Hongcun that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There is plenty of villages scattered about the verdant countryside and contrasting with white houses. Another landscape can be found…

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Agnes Mezosi

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Agnes Mezosi

Agnes Mezosi is a Hungarian photographer and her style of photography is constructivism, abstract, and minimalism. After a serious illness, she started looking for a form of self-realization. After many experiments, she found solace in photography when she was the age of 36. She plays with geometric forms, shapes, light,…

Berlin Love: Minimalist Architecture Photography By Simone Hutsch

Berlin Love: Minimalist Architecture Photography By Simone Hutsch

Berlin is a city in Germany that never stands still. This surrealistic series features a mix of popular pre-and post-war buildings. About Simone Hutsch I’m Simone Hutsch aka heysupersimi, a passionate graphic designer and enthusiastic self-taught architecture photographer from Berlin, Germany and currently living in London, UK. My work combines…

International Photography Awards 2020 - Architecture Winners

International Photography Awards (IPA) 2020 – Architecture Winners

The International Photography Awards announced the winners of its 2020 photography competition. A stellar international jury of renowned photography experts judged a total of 13,000 entries from 120 countries around the world to finally select the outstanding category winners. The IPA’s annual best of show exhibition features all Pro and…

Unearthed: Photographic Series From The Metro Stations By Pygmalion Karatzas

Commissioned by Attiko Metro and the Hellenic Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, ‘Unearthed’ is a new series of images taken at the construction sites of the underground metro stations in Athens and Thessaloniki in Greece during July 2020. The Line 3 extension in Athens will at its completion connect the…

7 Useful Tips For Architecture Photography You Should Try Today

The COOPH team headed out with the new Leica CL to test some useful hints and tips for architecture photography. Architectural photography is both aesthetically pleasing and an accurate representation of the subject, therefore unlike other fields of photography, considerable time can be spent scouting a scene or environment. In…

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