"To highlight our cityscape, the Post has invited three of this city’s most popular Instagrammers, to show that there is more to instagramming than just shooting the city’s skyline."
"Edward Barnieh has a sizeable Instagram following, where he showcases his shots of Hong Kong. Today, he shares some of his favourites with Hong Wrong…"
"Despite the hustle and bustle of the city, Edward Barnieh captures the quiet simplicity of Hong Kong, from its empty streets to its serene harbour views. His talent lies in architectural photography, particularly when it comes to finding light amidst the city’s densely packed buildings and portraying the vibrancy of Hong Kong’s skyline."
"The unnatural beauty of Hong Kong's urban density."
"This London-born animator and photographer excels at creating jaw-dropping, pixel perfect images. His work is thought specifically to reach masses, hence the active use of internet platforms, mainly Instagram. Seeing Hong Kong from above, and watching its urban density was Ed’s objective when shooting with the Leica T."
"My style has developed through emulating my peers, but I am honestly trying not to have a “style”. Versatility can sometimes be seen as a bad thing, but I want to be good at all different types of photography."
"Edward Barnieh est un de ces photographes qui posent un regard contemporain sur la ville. La photographie urbaine, la contextualisation des œuvres architecturales sont les éléments constitutifs de son travail de photographe qui fait le tour du monde. "
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"His university grounding in the history of art and architecture helps explain his distinctive photos, which highlight the skylines and structural silhouettes that make Hong Kong so visually striking. While many complain about the city’s notoriously polluted skies, Mr Barnieh finds them to be something of a photographic asset – with the right light, he says, you can get some pretty stellar photos."