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Boston Layer-Lapse by Julian Tryba

This Layer-Lapse of Boston Julian Tryba is very different from the other traditional time-lapses or hyper-lapses: each part of the scene is lighted during a different time of the day.

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© Michael Kenna - musée Carnavalet

Michael Kenna | Paris

Michael Kenna donated 42 of this photographs of Paris to the city’s Musée Carnavalet last year. The museum already holds 17 other Kenna prints and is now exhibiting a selection of some fifty of their Kenna photographs.

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Watchtower of Turkey

Watchtower of Turkey

Watchtower of Turkey is a video by Leonardo Dalessandri of his trip to the country. He traveled over 3500 km in 20 days, capturing a great variety of landscapes, from Pamukkale to Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.

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Leica Store Kyoto

Leica Store in Kyoto

Some retail experiences are better than others and the Leica Store in Kyoto takes this to a different level. The space is situated in a typical renovated 100 year-old two-story townhouse, a Machi-ya, in the Gion neighbourhood of Kyoto, Japan.

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Christopher Thomas | Paris City of Light

Christopher Thomas is an artist who has a reputation of being a city portraitist. His last exhibition “PARIS CITY OF LIGHT” at the Bernheimer Fine Art Photography capture the great cultural capital and the first metropolis of the modern age.
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Paris through the viewfinder of a Pentax 67 Camera

The video “Paris through a Pentax” features two things I like; Paris and medium format cameras. French advertising agency Maison Carnot has captured the streets and sights in a distinct perspective: through the viewfinder of a Pentax 67 camera.

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Barcelona in Flow-Motion by Rob Whitworth

Barcelona in Flow-Motion by Rob Whitworth

Barcelona in Flow-Motion is a time-lapse video by Rob Whitworth. Unlike the usual timelapse we got used to see, the “fast moving short film” is a hyperlapse that took more than 363 hours work.

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Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita Hotel in Matera

Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita Hotel in Matera

Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita is a unique hotel, built by Swedish-Italian hotelier Daniele Kihlgre into the caves of Matera, Basilicata in Southern Italy. Known as “la Città Sotterranea” (the Subterranean City), the small city is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Steve McCurry | Children of the OMO | Kara tribe

Children of the Omo by Steve McCurry

American photographer Steve McCurry was invited to the remote Omo Valley region of Southwest Ethiopia by a local charity called Omo Child. The charity founded by Lale Lubuko and photographer John Rowe aims to provide a safe home and education for children and infants who are considered by their tribe to be mingi.

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Maia Flore | Le voyage fantastique | Château de Beauregard

Maia Flore: A Fantastical Voyage

Photographer Maia Flore got a carte blanche from Institut Français and Atout France to capture the country’s most iconic places from Château de Versailles to Pont du Gard or The new Mucem in Marseille.

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Mott 32 Restaurant by Joyce Wang in Hong Kong

The recently opened restaurant in the basement of the Standard Chartered Bank landmark in Central, Hong Kong, has been earning rave reviews, as much for its modern Cantonese food as its dramatic interiors.
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Hôtel Vernet makeover by François Champsaur

Hôtel Vernet makeover by François Champsaur

François Champsaur has just finished the renovation of The Hôtel Vernet in Paris revealing impressive interiors of 30 revived rooms with Hermès toiletries and a contemporary restaurant beneath a stained-glass ceiling designed by Gustave Eiffel himself.

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January in Japan / Video by Scott Gold

Japan in January | Scott Gold

January in Japan is a project by director and photographer Scott Gold. He documents his travel through different parts of Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto and Yudanaka) in the winter. Japan is usually more celebrated for it Spring Sakura but it’s as beautiful and dreamy in January.

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Sydney in Tilt & Shift

Tiny Sydney is a short film by photographer Filippo Rivetti. The time-lapse presents a striking tilt-shift landscapes of the Australian city.

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Les Haras Hotel by Studio Jouin Manku

Les Haras Hotel by Studio Jouin Manku

Studio Jouin Manku have designed the interior of the restaurant at Les Haras Hotel located in Strasbourg, France. The firm converted this former royal equestrian academy from 18th century into a contemporary brasserie with a dramatic staircase at the center of the stage.

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