We've seen a great deal of noteworthy architectural photography in the recent years, a lot of them clean and minimalist, some mind-bending, some moody, and others trippy. We're adding another one on the list: a collection of dizzying and hypnotic snaps of Frankfurt's architecture by Hamburg-based photographer Carsten Witte.
A big chunk of the architectural photography we've featured in the recent past show us one of the most effective approaches to the genre: clean and minimalist in black and white. Today, we're adding one more to the pile with the works of Italy-based photographer Fabio Giachetti, who has makes the curves, shapes, and outlines shine in his architectural photography.
Photographer James Lattanzio is a photographer based here in NYC, and he grew up with a love of the outdoors via weekend getaways to upstate. As things would have it, he eventually discovered Ansel Adams and the rest is quite simple to fill in the blanks.
Albert Watson has been a working photographer in New York City since 1976, where he began primarily as a commercial photographer, before finding his passion and transitioning into a more fine art look.