Street to Rooftop Photography
Taking photos on the street is what most photographers do, but one photographer decided to do something different. Tom Ryaboi decided to take things to the next level, which happens to be 60 stories high.
“Sitting on a roof of a skyscraper in the core of the city, everything slows down, the sounds from the busy streets are muted and the speeding cars and people below become small and inconsequential. What becomes prominent is the sheer beauty of the city, the rising columns from the ground to the sky, the bridges and highways and the rest of the infrastructure that pulls it all together.” – Tom Ryaboi on Mymodernmet
In his series called “Rooftopping” Tom Ryaboi scales sky scrapers to capture images from a height that would make even Jackie Chan nervous. Check out some of the images he captures below, and if you’re afraid of heights like I am, you may want to hold onto something.
Rooftop Timelapse in Toronto
Tom Ryaboi also created this amazing timelapse on his Rooftopping adventures. It’s a beautiful perspective on the skyline of Toronto in the sky!
So when are you going to step out of your comfort zone? Are you adventurous enough to climb towers? Let us know in the comments!