Toronto-based photographer Tom Ryaboi has produced spectacular work of his rooftopping escapades. The risks may be great, but the photographic results are simply visually arresting: small human figures framed against the backdrop of a concrete urban jungle, city lights all aglow.
There is a different kind of Architectural photography that shows buildings and rooms in a unique angle, creative lighting, and usually shows only small part of it. It’s about making art out of architecture.
Photographer Bethany Helzer lives in Detroit, Michigan, a city that offers interesting sites for capturing urban decay in action. Although Detroit isn't entirely a 'ghost city', certain sections look like scenes from a post-apocalyptic story.
Ema Excell's insight:
Decay.... lighting..... natural raw surroundings...
Photographer Dan Marbaix travels from city to city, exploring abandoned houses, asylums, churches, state buildings and much, much more. He has been arrested more then 20 times for his trespassing but he refuses to give up his search for things that exist outside of the mundane.
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