AmericaCityNew York City architecture by Pavel Bendov

I remember how excited I was when I saw the streets of New York City for the very first time. It was exhilarating and I desired to capture every sensation that surrounded me.

My name is Pavel Bendov. I am a New York City based photographer and I specialize in architecture, landscape, and still life photography. I was raised in Belarus and I emigrated to the United States in 2010.

I remember how excited I was when I saw the streets of New York City for the very first time. It was exhilarating and I desired to capture every sensation that surrounded me. It was an incredibly unique feeling, the kind you get when you discover an entirely new world.

I wanted to shoot as much of my surroundings as possible and so, I explored every street in Manhattan in an attempt to capture interesting moments. This is how I began to learn the art of street photography. I wandered through an endless number of city streets trying to find something captivating and I shot hundreds of pictures, deleted them, and started all over again.

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Only in New York can one find so many contrasting styles of architecture crowding one city block. It was then that I began to experiment with taking photographs of the mesmerizing architecture that enveloped this beautiful city. It took me about a year or so to learn how to shoot what I really wanted my photographs to show, which is around the same time that I began to develop my own unique style. I particularly enjoy shooting modern architecture in every detail. I am very passionate about showing my audience how beautiful and different every angle could be depending on perception.

Now, I am concentrating on architecture and still life photography but I also shoot street photography for my New York Explorer Project. New York Explorer (@newyorkexplorer) is an Instagram blog about life in the city as well as the outer boroughs of New York. Every day I post at least one photograph with a short description. [Official Website]

I am looking forward to developing and strengthening this project and I am currently looking for a partner to collaborate with.

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