Skyscrapers of Shanghai in Jaw-dropping photo Series by Aaron Shao

Shanghai-based photographer Aaron Shao is living his dream and making photography art we admire. Drone pilot, urban explorer and self-taught photographer, Shao is mostly focused on architecture but enjoys landscapes as much. His trusty equipment is a Sony a7R III camera and DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone and results are incredible as you can see below. Artist talks about his career on his official website

Skyscrapers of Shanghai in Jaw-dropping photo Series by Aaron Shao

“Life After People” by Joe Nafis

Shanghai-based photographer and videographer Joe Nafis visited the small fishing village of Houtouwan on the Chinese island of Shengshan with fellow photographer Dave Tacon. It took them nearly 36 hours …

Finger-Licking Good Food Design by Myriam Meliani

Meliani’s education as a product designer gave her the versatility that allowed her to work as a coordinator for an edition, as creative of editorial content and as a food stylist. Introduction to the culinary world was a coincidence that presented itself, to her as a matter of course. Meliani specialized in “food design” by integrating the first promotion of a post-diploma at the ESAD of Reims in 2010. Since then she worked as a freelance food designer mainly in Tunisia, her native country. It was only in 2015. after she

Finger-Licking Good Food Design by Myriam Meliani

‘Urban Fog’ by Andy Yeung – Aerial Night Photo Series above Hong Kong’s Skyscrapers Swallowed by Fog

Urban Fog’ is the name of the latest drone photo series by photographer Andy Yeung. It takes place above the skyscrapers of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong at the night time while the city floats on the majestic mist. As fog swallows the entire city, colorful lights still shine through it, almost

‘Urban Fog’ by Andy Yeung – Aerial Night Photo Series above Hong Kong’s Skyscrapers Swallowed by Fog