Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty has taken birds eye view shots of New York City and Tokyo intersections to give us gobsmacking views of two of the most vibrant and sprawling cities in the world.
To get the perfect shot, Baraty often hovers over the edge. In an interview, with CBSNewYork, he said: “I just lean over as much as I feel comfortable doing. My concern mainly is dropping my camera. I have it strapped around my arms pretty well in case it slips, hopefully it won’t fall.
“You get such a different perspective from above that you just don’t see on the street level.”
To keep up-to-date with Navid’s work visit his Facebook page or follow him on Twitter.
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