Man Made

Aerial Views of Human Landscapes

Man Made
Sebastien Nagy
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' I spend a lot of time on Google Earth looking for places with an interesting or unusual aesthetic. My shooting days are usually quite simple. I shoot at sunrise and at sunset to capture the best light. ' - Sebastien Nagy Award-winning Brussels-based photographer Sebastien Nagy has travelled all over the world, capturing bridges, towers, houses, roads, monuments and other structures from above with his drone camera. In a spectacular series of images, he shows the architectural footprint that humans leave behind on earth. From Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and from the ' cycling through water trail' in Belgium to the Dubai Frame in the United Arab Emirates, Nagy invariably captures these well-known and lesser-known structures at the perfect time of day, as if they are all bathed in golden light. The approximately 120 photos are divided into four themes: Water, City, Desert and Nature. AUTHOR: Sebastien Nagy is a travel photographer who captures his destinations from the sky. He was awarded Aerial Photographer of the Year in 2020 for his aerial drone photography. SELLING POINTS: . Aerial drone photography at its best from the Aerial Photographer of the Year 2020 . Man Made is the modern successor to Yann Arthus-Bertrand' s The Earth From The Air . For lovers of photography, architecture, travellers and Instagrammers 120 colour illustrations
Sebastien Nagy is a travel photographer who captures his destinations from the sky. He was awarded Aerial Photographer of the Year in 2020 for his aerial drone photography.