The city by night

The city by night is an atmospheric environment, making it ideal for photos. We want to see your most creative efforts, no matter the specific subject, provided they were captured in the city at night.

Cuidad de la Artes y las Ciencias Valencia by ita
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Ghost Bus by Sandra Cockayne
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Organised Chaos | Hong Kong by Lee Mumford
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Rainy Paris by Marketa
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Marina Bay, Singapore by Mathew Browne
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The city by night
In association with Digital Photographer

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Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980

Situated between the capitalist West and the socialist East, Yugoslavia’s architects responded to contradictory demands and influences, developing a postwar architecture both in line with and distinct from the design approaches seen elsewhere in Europe and beyond. The architecture that emerged—from International Style skyscrapers to Brutalist “social condensers”—is a manifestation of the radical diversity, hybridity, and idealism that characterized the Yugoslav state itself.

Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980 introduces the exceptional work of socialist Yugoslavia’s leading architects to an international audience for the first time, highlighting a significant yet thus-far understudied body of modernist architecture, whose forward-thinking contributions still resonate today.

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Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980
Exhibition through January 13, 2019
The Museum of Modern Art

Shades of Color | Martin Zalba

The night landscapes master is now exploring a new way with infrared without losing an inch of style.
“From the first moment I started in earnest with photography, night photography caught my attention powerfully. It was a very expressive technique. At night there is little light, the night is quite unknown to us … Nature looks different, there is a magic light, it is a different way of seeing things.”

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Martin Zalba Photography
more in Shades of Color Magazine


The most challenging, yet thrilling genre in photography! Every photograph captures reality in its most raw form. The images may be heart – wrenching but this is the only genre in photography that has capacity to transform the society in its true sense.

Social Documentary & Photojournalism
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Long repetitive geometric patterns accompanied with precise symmetry in different spaces – indoors or outdoors makes interior & architectural photography different from all the other genres.
Interior & Architectural Photography
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In the current scenario, table-top and product photography require an innovative conceptual approach for various advertisements catering to a wide range of audiences & customers.
Table Top & Product photography
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Every individual has a story to communicate. It is not only the facial expressions that talk, but also the gestures in different parts of one’s body that communicate. This is exactly what one tries to capture in people & portraits.
People and Portrait photography
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Glamour, fashion, style with a unique play of lights. Everything is posed & a set – up here, be it the models, the studio or the shots. It is an avant – garde style of photography with everything under the control of the photographer.
Fashion photography
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Symbiosis School of Photography nurtures the seed of passion in photography into a fully-grown professional career. It takes one through the varied genres in photography thereby sensitising an individual’s visual skills towards the infrastructural and socio-cultural environment. SSP is unique, not only in the three-year undergraduate course (BA) in Visual Arts and Photography that it offers, but also in its approach towards imparting photographic education to its students.
more at SSP

Budapest Courtyards

La galerie Polka présente Budapest Courtyards, la nouvelle exposition inédite d’Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre. Après le succès de leurs travaux sur les usines abandonnées d’Industry (2004-ongoing), les vestiges de Detroit (2005-2010), les Theaters américains (2005-ongoing) et l’ile japonaise de Gunkanjima (2008-2012) les deux jeunes photographes français, réunis depuis 2002 par leur passion commune pour les ruines contemporaines, livrent cette fois-ci le fruit de leur travail sur des lieux habités : les cours d’immeubles de Budapest.

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Budapest Courtyards
par Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre
via Galerie Polka

Games of Light & Shadow in Architecture

As an architect/international bridge engineer, I have been fortunate enough to visit a lot of places not only in Tokyo, but also around the world for various large architectural and bridge structure projects, including my own engineering achievement. Firstly, I brought a camera just for taking shots such of the interesting scenery in foreign countries.

But gradually my mind has been changed. The reason why I’m interested in photography came initially from simply taking photographs of the bridges and buildings I’ve designed; however, recently I saw some wonderfully artistic, architectural photographs in several web galleries and international photograph magazines and have been passionately interested in such the category of fine-art photography by my own ever since. —Dr. Akira Takaue

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Games of Light & Shadow in Architecture
by Dr. Akira Takaue
more in Lens Magazine

Tibet and its people

In our search for some of the best work by black & white aficionados, we came across this thoughtful documentary by Steve Hynes in which he looks at Tibet and its people – and how Buddhism plays a central role in their lives.

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Tibet and its people
by Steve Hynes
more in Black + White Photography