A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

Categories: Design and Architecture | North America

A young extreme photographer from New York shows unusual angles of the metropolis.

Rufer, named Humza Deas, was only 17 years old when an article about him was first published in NY Magazine three years ago. The talented self-taught photographer has long been photographing the "Big Apple" from the roofs of houses and bridges, but is constantly looking for new points to shoot amazing urban landscapes.

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

In 2014, an extreme photo of Hamza Dis with his legs dangling over the "urban abyss" graced the cover of the special issue of the magazine "Reasons to Love New York". At that time, a young photographer took pictures of the metropolis on an iPhone from the highest points where he could reach. The teenager could easily be called the Spider-Man of photography. He never stops striving for more, rising to where others have never been.

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

Now the young man is experimenting with photography using a drone, allowing us to see New York in a new way. The most incredible pictures he posts on Instagram.

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

A self-taught photographer takes pictures of New York from such an angle that his pictures make your head spin

Keywords: North America | New York | Design and architecture | From above | Drone | Rufer

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