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Photo of the Day – Mexico City I Pablo López Luz

  Photographs by Pablo Lopez Luz 1. 2.   [Photographs by Pablo Lopez Luz]
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Photo of the Day I Venice

  Click to enlarge   Photo by Chris Willis on flickr  
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Photo of the Day I Tokyo

  Guess where it is? (Answer is below the photo) It is TOKYO!   Photo by Sandro Bisaro  
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Beautiful Black and White Architecture Photography I Joel Tjintjelaar

  Joel Tjinjelaar is a fine art photographer specializing in black and white long exposure photography. An IT Project Manager by trade, Joel studied criminal law but always dreamt of being an architect. Through photography, Joel has found a nice substitute for an unfulfilled...
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Rooftopping Photos I Aurelie Curie

  Aurelie Curie is an urban and industrial photographer. On Flickr she has an incredible photostream of urban exploration (or Urbex) and rooftopping photos. ‘Rooftopping’ is a niche of Urban Exploration that involves scaling the roofs of tall buildings (usually without...
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100,000 LED Lights I Panasonic

  Kids often find pleasure in the little things, and as we grow older we forget why those things meant so much. I remember begging my parents to let me stay up late during the summer so I could run around outside and try to catch fireflies in a jar with holes poked in the...
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San Francisco Earthquake Photos Blended Into Present Day I Shawn Clover

  On April 18, 1906, a devastating earthquake struck San Francisco and the coast of Northern California. Fires across the city broke out, ravaging the city for several days. As a result, about 3,000 people died and 80% of San Francisco was destroyed. The earthquake and...
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Blending Day and Night into a Single Photograph

  With over two decades of professional experience, photographer Stephen Wilkes is well known for his fine and commercial photography. With countless awards, honours and five major exhibitions in the last five years alone, it’s very possible you’ve already come across...
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Vertically Sliced Timelapse Photos of Buildings at Sunset I Richard Silver

  Richard Silver is a professional photographer born and raised in New York City. In his ongoing series entitled New York Sliced, Silver takes about 25-30 photos of a single building over the course of approximately 1.5 hours. The photos are taken at sundown and Silver has...
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Skyward Photos Capture Hong Kong’s Architectural Verticality I Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze

  Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze is a French graphic artist with a Masters in multimedia and art from East Paris University. His interest in photography began during his period of working in Los Angeles and Tokyo, and subsequently blossomed into a passion after his arrival in Hong...
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11 Buildings with Funny Faces

1. Photograph by J. Luc (jili’m on Flickr) 2. Photograph by Steve Reed on Flickr 3. Photograph by Bill Kennedy (Le Fromagier Extraordinaire on Flickr) 4. Photograph by Rami Taibah 5. Photograph by Sergio Morchon (Dr. Jaus on Flickr) 6. Photograph by Lauren Manning on Flickr 7....
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Crane Operator for Shanghai’s Tallest Building Takes Amazing Photos of City Below

  Amateur photographer Wei Genshen has taken advantage of his day job as a crane operator to take breathtaking photos of the city from high above the sprawling metropolis. Currently under construction is the Shanghai Tower in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai. Upon its projected...
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What the Night Sky Would Look Like if Cities Went Dark I Thierry Cohen

  Thierry Cohen began his professional career in 1985 and is seen as one of the pioneers of digital photography. Cohen currently lives and works in Paris. Since 2010 he has devoted himself to a single project – “Villes Enteintes” (Darkened Cities) – which depicts the major...
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Vienna Time Lapse I Cinematographer Christian

  A short time lapse movie with images I made the last few years. I used several techniques, most of them are dolly track shots, some hyperlapse pictures and some pans are made with the Syrp Genie. Have fun watching the video. Not to forget, the song is REVOLVE by cinematric...
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Exploring Dubai from the Rooftops of Buildings I Vadim Makhorov

  If you’re interested in urban exploration, rooftopping, cityscapes and/or industrial architecture, the Sifter highly recommends the LiveJournal blog of Vadim Makhorov. Vadim is a talented photographer with a knack for finding vantage points of cities that most people will...
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12 Photos That Look Straight Down

  Photographer and urban explorer Ivan Kuznetsov shows us the world from a vantage point many of us will never experience first hand. Based in Moscow, the Russian photographer is a well-known ‘rooftopper’, which means he scales tall buildings and structures (often illegally)...
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An Abandoned Tour of the Eastern Bloc I Rebecca Litchfield

  In 2013, photographer Rebecca Litchfield was commissioned by Carpet Bombing Culture to photograph the abandoned buildings and areas of the former Soviet Union and its satellite states. Litchfield’s journey took her through ten countries in Eastern Europe to capture what...
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The 25 Greatest Architectural Photographers

  These photographers enable us; they have saved us (amateurs) the countless hours of traveling, searching, and waiting for ideal weather and perfect light. The work of these keen eyes abstracts, animates, and valorizes everyday structures grandeur and benign alike. Some of...
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