Urban architectural portraits by Ekaterina Busygina

Ekaterina Busygina was first inspired to start architectural photography during a visit to Shanghai. “It was so futuristic, unbelievable, like a city from the novels of the future came to life before my eyes, surrounded by green parks, stretching for many kilometers, how many have enough sight. Watching all this magnificence it was impossible not to start thinking about architectural photography. So it all started. Brave new world opens to me!” — she writes in her Instagram account.

Nowadays her architectural photo geography includes many more cities like Hong Kong, Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Paris and more. See some of Yekaterina’s selected work in our collection below

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