Best Instagrammers in Hong Kong
Elaine Li’s artistry and sense of adventure oozes in her photos. Her rooftop photos started the #lielaine_roofs craze.
Edward Barnieh looks at the everyday life of Hong Kong and beyond, from its busy streets to its serene harbour views.
Kyle Yu’s photographs are all about composition. From the symmetrical alignment of buildings, patterns on roads, ad postings, raindrops on his camera, each image is captured with an eye for detail.
Jessamine’s colourful background – a Filipino born and raised in London, now living in Hong Kong – is reflected in her photos, which emit simplicity while telling a compelling story.
An architect based in Macau, Nuno Assis transforms concrete jungles into vibrant landscapes that highlight different sides to the city.
The founder of Studio Unit, a Hong Kong-based studio focusing on architecture, interior design and photography, Vivien Lu is the perfect person to photograph the urban density and visual architecture of our SAR.
Harimao Lee’s photos mange to be grungy but slick. Boasting an array of images from bird eye views to lesser-known locations, they are often spectacular.
One third of the rooftopping collective Exthetics, Daniel Lau made headlines when he and his daredevil friends climbed up Hong Kong’s fifth-tallest building, The Center. The video of Lau and his friends casually eating bananas on top of the 346m skyscraper has garnered millions of views on YouTube.
From Hong Kong to England, Chee Yip has an affinity for landscape photos. Taking you on a global tour, Yip’s photos taunt, tease and inspire us to visit these locations ourselves.
Hong Kong architect Kevin Mak showcases the city with a focus on the relationship between the subject and its context, telling different stories throughout his photos.