Jakob Wagner's Urban Landscape Photography Evokes Distress

By: Jason Soy - Published: May 28, 2011 • References: & inspirefirst
Looking at these photographs by Jakob Wagner, one could see his aesthetic style fitting right in on the set of a post-apocalyptic zombie movie. After all, that grey and blue washed out hue look has itself become a Hollywood cliché. But Jakob Wagner's work is more than that, and his ability to capture an emotion of a city really shines through in this collection of cityscape pictorials.

It is evident by these photos that Jakob Wagner has a long list of photography tricks up his sleeves as he uses long exposures to capture the movement of a city and fish lens to encapsulate the New York skyline. Wagner also captures the tranquility outside of urban cities with his photographs from mountain tops and from distant snow banks. Stats for Chaotic Cityscapes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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