Editor’s Choice: Man-made

Humans are always making things, manufacturing and transforming things… and for today’s selection of the best photos on Zonerama, we’ve picked pictures where photographers have immortalized what humans have produced. Well, see for yourself!

Even such a mundane invention as the stoplight can be a highlight of travel photography. Photo: Jack31

Even such a mundane invention as the stoplight can be a highlight of travel photography. Photo: Jack31

Despite the dreary atmosphere, this well-balanced photo shows off how the structures we build can be beautiful. Photo: Van Warmerdam

Despite the dreary atmosphere, this well-balanced photo shows off how the structures we build can be beautiful. Photo: Van Warmerdam

A car-racing photo with clean composition. Car-racing photos do run the risk of being boring and monotonous, however. Photo: Eric Erac

A car-racing photo with clean composition. Car-racing photos do run the risk of being boring and monotonous, however. Photo: Eric Erac

A superb reportage photo. One that’s the way reportage should be. Raw, hard, and it tells a story about the hard lives of these firemen. Photo: D.W.Butcher

A superb reportage photo. One that’s the way reportage should be. Raw, hard, and it tells a story about the hard lives of these firemen. Photo: D.W.Butcher

A very interesting panorama enlivened by major blowout from the sun. Some might call it an error, but we call it an enhancement. Photo: martinhofhanzl

A very interesting panorama enlivened by major blowout from the sun. Some might call it an error, but we call it an enhancement. Photo: martinhofhanzl

Last updated 6. November 2015

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Author: Majo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

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  • Cool_Man

    Frankly my dear, …, I am not impressed … Not a single one of the selected images is worth being called an “editor’s choice”, unless the editor knows nothing about photography.
    Sorry to disappoint the Editor.