A photographic journey between the buildings of a relentlessly growing city. It is a deep immersion into the city’s thick atmospheres and a visual record of its wildly diverse built environment.
Related - Tokyo Sky Drive “Take a journey through the city of Tokyo at night with this video filmed in HD on the Tokyo Monorail and horizontally mirrored.”
As a self taught photographer, Kyle Thompson began posting his surreal self portraits on Tumblr and Reddit several months ago. The unexpected exposure from his work has helped fuel his fine arts photography career.
Follow Kyle Thompson on Tumblr for more of his shots, details on his process, and answered questions.
Beneath the streets of Munich, photographer Nick Frank patently waits for the quite moments when the usually busy corridors, paths and stairs of the Munich subways empty. See more of his brilliant work on Behance’s Photography Served.
‘E20 12′ Under Construction is a documentary project which combines large format and minutely detailed aerial landscapes with arresting portraits of the workforce taken during the construction of the 2012 Olympic site.
By using the two drastically different perspectives, photographer Giles Price manages to capture both the personal and grand nature of the project to create the London Olympic site.
Andre Ermolaev beautifully captures the ethereal patterns and otherworldly landscapes of Iceland from air.
“I snapped this from the window seat as my plane was approaching LaGuardia Airport. The cloud is over Manhattan, while Brooklyn and Queens are visibile in the foreground, separated by Newtown Creek.”
Captured by Jeff Weston
A shot of the Queen Mary in Long Beach Harbor processed with VSCO Cam. Follow me on Instagram
In what started out as a 18 month tour of Africa after the Berlin wall fell in 1989 turned into a 23 year journey for Gunther Holtorf, his wife and their Mercedes Benz G Wagon named “Otto”. In total “Otto” has taken them over 500,000 miles (without a breakdown) across almost every continent, to remote islands thanks to freight ships, and even off-limits countries like North Korea, Cuba and Iraq.
BBC News has an excellent video story of what might be the world’s most traveled man.
Self taught photographer Christoffer Relander did a fantastic job compositing these multiple exposure film shots.
If you want to learn more about the technique, head over to the Flickr group “A Tale of Two Cities” where film photographers swap rolls of undeveloped film to expose two different cities. If you jump into the discussions you can find technique tips and details.
Another great multiple exposure example by Jon Duenas.
Found on Behance
Last week while we were in NYC for Behance’s 99% Conference I fell in love with Visual Supply Co’s new VSCO CAM iPhone app. With minimal processing options VSCO CAM does a great job emulating the film styles for the likes of Kodak Tri-X, Fuji Superia, Ilford HP5 and many others. Here are a few shots I captured while exploring the city. Follow me on Instagram for other examples.
Double exposed images shot by Portland based fashion and fine art photographer Jon Duenas.