For years, travel bloggers and entertainment enthusiasts Tiia Ohman and Satu Walden—the founders of Finnish website Fangirl Quest—have documented their visits to various filming locations across the globe. While the Finnish duo has explored and presented locations from a range of movies and television shows, no program appears to have captured their attention quite like HBO's hit, Game of Thrones. To celebrate the arrival of the series' seventh season, Ohman and Walden have published a comprehensive Game of Thrones Filming Locations Guide.
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If you look up toward certain types of towering trees—including eucalyptus, Sitka spruce, and Japanese larch—you may notice a unique phenomenon:...
In Ultraviolet Break of Day, London-based photographer Marcus Wendt showcases the lonely luminescence and dreamlike atmosphere of streets at night. The striking series of nightscape photography is set in popular and densely populated Asian metropolises like Hong Kong and Seoul. Each mesmerizing photograph demonstrates the surreal sights of cities after sundown. On a recent trip through Asia, Wendt found himself in an all-too-familiar situation: he was unable to sleep due to a “heavy dose of jet lag-induced insomnia.
For eight years, during President Barack Obama’s two terms in office, photographer Pete Souza served as the official White House...
Creative inspiration knows no bounds.
As a professional photographer and self-described “visual storyteller,” Kyle Re Creative is skilled in capturing memorable moments. While he primarily specializes in wedding and lifestyle photography, he also excels in photo edits, as apparent in his series of mind-bending water manipulations. In this collection of photographs, Kyle Re Creative reimagines abstract splashes of water as recognizable, figurative forms.
When you picture breaking the law, it’s probably not for something as innocuous as wearing skinny jeans.
In her striking series of Nature Medleys, artist and self-described “modern nomad of the Salish Sea” Jill Bliss captures the...
After teasing the public with amazing early entries and presenting a finessed list of finalists, National Geographic has announced the winners of this year's Travel Photographer of the Year Contest. Led by grand-prize winner Sergio Tapiro Velasco and featuring a collection of category winners and honorable mentions selected from over 15,000 submissions, this year's list is not one to miss.
As an avid admirer of the self-portrait, depictions of Frida Kahlo are not far and few in between.
Even the best photographers can get stuck in a rut and there's no better way to stretch your skills than...