The value of urban open spaces is self-evident. People enjoy viewing nature, especially when it is otherwise extensively deprived, as is the case in urban environments. Therefore, open space offers the value of substituting gray infrastructure. In this issue we have the pleasure to present photography about conceptual urban space. Let’s not forget that part of urban space is nature photographed in many ways. Portrait photography has taken place and was widely used since the invention of camera. Sometimes ideal approach is when the photographer in their portraiture constructs an idea around the portrait — happy family, romantic couple and narrating a story with photography. We all have something to share and photos are neutral to feelings. You are the creator of how the story will appeal to you.