Architecture photography is a showcase of man-made constructions – buildings, houses, castles and bridges — shot from different perspectives. Taking pictures of architectural sites is about the creative composition of light, framing and focus on a particular subject.
Breaking Down the Beast featues the work of Joseph Michael Lopez’s New York street scenes, people and everyday objects showing the city as a feral beast that all New Yorkers attempt to contain, or at least live with harmoniously, on a daily basis.
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.
'Its the first time i am shooting this photography field and i must say, it ain’t easy. I learned that in Kenya especially Nairobi, the streets can be so mean. The odd stares, the ever lurking uncertainties from the council cops, cops, nosy people and thieves!,' writes Nairobi-based photographer Abdul.
Lotfi Dakhli is a photographer from Lyon, France who is passionate about capturing urban scenery and atmospheric night scenes brought to life by artificial lights, especially when there is no one around.
For this post I decided to restrict the images selected to day time, hand held, black and white. The latter because I find the geometric shapes, harsh contrast and silhouettes on view suit grayscale, says Duncan George