You’ll be surprised what you find around this planet, especially if you’re a well-known photographer snapping pictures from a helicopter! German photographer Michael Poliza took these great shots of Earth on helicopter rides during 2012 and shows us that love really is all around, well, heart shapes, anyway. In this collection of snaps you’ll find […]
German photographer Christian Bothner is one of the reasons why wide-angle 16-35mm lenses were invented. It’s his colour, framing and unique angles, which enable him to capture extraordinary locations around the world.
These fascinating mosaics of twenty-first century human habitation are proof that planned housing isn’t always dull and distasteful, for the bird’s-eye photographer at least. What may be endless rows of generic streets and blocks at ground level suddenly become giant patchwork quilts from the air, perhaps in a weird way proving that there is more to life than what meets the pedestrian’s eye.