The City in Motion – Urban B/W Photograpy by Thomas Toft

Thomas Toft, a photographer from Copenhagen, is great at capturing movement, especially in urban environments. Cities have so many things in motion that he’s taken a picture of, such as metros, escalators, pedestrians, skateboarders and trolleys. Of course, he also takes a lot of bicycle pictures, as cycling is one of the main methods of transportation in Copenhagen. On top of the things actually moving, Thomas makes great use of lines in the surroundings, thereby adding even more dynamic to his pictures.

If you’d like to see more of Thomas’ photography, you can visit his Flickr photostream.

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Follow your dreams

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Blur biker

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Puddel biking

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Into the white

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

The sound of blur

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Konya kebab

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

White stripes

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Bike

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Inside a bike basket

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Legs

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

The pose

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Lines

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Entering a world of blur.

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Ride the light.

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Speed freak

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

No title

Thomas Toft Urban Photography

Straight ahead




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Maurice Ang
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I love the defamiliarized concepts which you implicate upon your images. Cheers, keep it up, keep it coming!

Thomas Toft
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Thank you for the kind words Maurice!!

Mike
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I have no idea what Maurice is saying but if he is saying he likes your pictures then I agree. Do you ever do colour?

Joe Atwere
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This is top quality work. Very impressive. I am a london based street photographer. if you have time check out my work on my website and flickr (jayninety)

keep up the good work

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