Daniel Cheong 俯瞰世界最高摩天大楼，丹尼尔是一位超现实主义的城市景观摄影师，他在迪拜拍摄了一组世界上最高建筑物的摄影作品，并且是在大雾天拍摄的，在这类独特的视角下拍摄建筑物，看看能够给你什么样的视觉体验呢？
Daniel Cheong’s surreal cityscape photos capture some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers engulfed in fog. The photographer stakes out incredible vantage points in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to shoot the tops of ghostly gray buildings as they puncture the thick carpet of fog.
Because the intense fog typically occurs at the change of the seasons, capturing these photos requires patience and planning. Cheong studies weather patterns, waiting for ideal conditions. Once the natural elements seem to align, he ascends to 70th- and 80th-floor skyscraper levels to achieve the unique perspective and lets his shutter fly down at the clouds.
Cheong’s photos are created through blending multiple exposures of a scene into one composite image. This technique lends depth, a sense of movement and an augmented spectrum of color to the images. “'Straight out of the camera' is a concept which I am not familiar with,” the photographer says on his website. “I don't pretend to show reality, but an idealized version of it.”