Frank Herfort’s Cinematic Stories and Russian Tales

Frank Herfort’s Cinematic Stories and Russian Tales

Cinematic, dream-like shots. German photographer Frank Herfort has spent over a decade photographing the insides of various public spaces throughout Russia and Eastern Europe—spaces that, incidentally, are lacking a public. An architectural photographer by trade, Herfort’s personal work pays homage to the old-fashioned, Stalinist decor that still consumes many Russian interiors. Yet Herfort’s work brings a modern twist, seemingly imported from the outside, that eradicates markers of time or context and persuades the viewer to…

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9 Tips for Shooting Interior Photography Professionally +70 photos

9 Tips for Shooting Interior Photography Professionally +70 photos

Mama always told us that it’s what’s on the inside that matters most – and this saying is especially true when branding your business. You may not have thought of this at first, but when it comes to designing your online space, nothing can make your clients feel more comfortable than including shots of your physical storefront. Whether you’ve got a beautiful boutique, cool restaurant, cozy bed & breakfast or a swanky law firm – a few photos…

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André Vicente Gonçalves Documents Hundreds of Doors and Windows Around the World

André Vicente Gonçalves Documents Hundreds of Doors and Windows Around the World

Photographer André Vicente Gonçalves has revealed his project, “Doors of the World,” documenting hundreds of doors from cities around the world. Gonçalves has previously produced a photo series of hundreds of windows internationally titled “Windows of the World,” citing his interest in the way that such a small element of architecture expresses so much about its inhabitants and the human sense of security. By collaging his photographs from specific regions into a single image, Gonçalves reveals trends and styles…

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Colorful Architecture of Europe’s Metro Stations

Colorful Architecture of Europe’s Metro Stations

Photographer Chris Forsyth has released the latest images from his photo series Metro. Having previously gone underground to capture the surreal beauty of Montreal’s metro system, Forsyth traveled to Europe to shoot stations in Munich, Berlin and Stockholm. His photographic style portrays the stations in their best light – bright, clean, colorful and completely absent of people. “Seeing the design strengths of various metro systems, from the hand painted cave-like stations in Stockholm, to the well-lit modern…

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