Michael Wolf is one of the rare photographers that took the photography to a new level with his artwork especially the texture and architectural photography projects.
Through his travels to different places around the world such as Canada, United States, Germany, Paris, Japan and China, Michael Wolf got the chance to create large number of photography projects that focus on specific themes such as the texture photography and architecture photography.
Michael Wolf’s architectural photography projects are based on choosing specific theme such as life in cities, street views, corner houses, industrials buildings and Paris rooftops…etc. (check Architecture Photography that Can Make You Feel Beauty in Solitude)
The below architecture photography examples are part of his project Hong Kong night where he documents the complex buildings in Hong Kong during the lights. While these building are seen by many as cement forests, Michael Wolf’s photos reveals the beauty behind it and how the buildings are arranged in amazing pattern. The light in the windows are adding more beauty to the patterns.
The theme style in Michaels artwork make it unique and has been exhibited in many places including Venice Biennial for Architecture, Aperture Gallery and Museum Centre Vapriikki…etc.
Michael Wolf won many prizes including the first prize in the World Press Photo Award and shortlisted in Prix Pictet Photography Prize. Also, he published more than 13 photo books that are published by many publishers such as the Bottrop Ebel 1976, Tokyo Compression Three, Architecture of Density and others.
The below examples provide amazing inspiration source in order to start building your architectural photography profile. You can also learn about how to take architectures photos here Know the Basics of Architecture Photography and Tips on Photographing Architectural Landmarks.
The above project is only one Michael Wolf’s many projects with different unique and talented themes. You can see all his projects and photography artwork by visiting his website Michael Wolf.