Photographer Captures the Claustrophobic Living in Hong Kong Through Epic Aerial Photographs - BlazePress

Photographer Captures the Claustrophobic Living in Hong Kong Through Epic Aerial Photographs

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As well as being a popular place to visit for tourists Hong Kong also has a certain complexity to it that makes it a photographer dream to explore with endless places and perspectives to explored and photographed, it's attraction reinforced when you hear of photographers like Romain Jacquet-Lagreze who's spent the past 6 years exploring some of its most interesting locations.

This time around however we're focusing on another photographer, Andy Yeung, and his most recent series which takes to the sky to explore Hong Kong's busiest and most densely populated spots.

Likening the city to The Kowloon Walled City, which was once the most densely populated city on earth before being demolished in the 1990's Yeung has drawn inspiration from the claustrophobic settlement, photographing the inward-facing homes and structures in Hong Kong that are devoid of any light for those trapped in their centre. You can see more of Yeung's work on his website.

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