Photographer and digital artist Felix Hernandez proves that it doesn’t take a ton of fancy tools to craft incredible works of art. Using a miniature toy car, fire, and a mastery of photographic techniques, the Mexico-based creative has recently produced several spectacular scenes. This tiny automobile wasn’t just any car, though. Hernandez got his hands on a 1/18th-scale time-traveling DeLorean from the Back to the Future films.
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The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy is one of the world’s most popular tourist sites.
In 2013, humanitarian photographer Nancy Borowick began a particularly poignant project: Cancer Family, a series documenting her parents' dual battle with the disease.
Chilean street photographer Camilo José Vergara moved to New York City in 1968, after completing his sociology degree at Notre Dame. Combining his academic interests with his creative passion, he began photographing the streets of the city, capturing the gritty streets of the South Bronx and Lower East Side. As time carried on, Vergara began exploring how photography could document urban evolution, which led him to systematically photograph neighborhoods over time to track their changes.
Award-winning conservation photographer Cristina Mittermeier has seen her work published in respected publications like National Geographic, Smithsonian magazines, and Science throughout her storied...
In television and movies, modeling photo shoots are often portrayed at a leisurely pace.
Scuba diver Craig Capeheart filmed a magical event off the southeastern coast of South Africa when he witnessed a 40-ton humpback whale leaping fully out of the water. Looking surprisingly spry for such a large animal, the whale caused other boat passengers to shout with awe as it splashed down. The majestic animal is performing an act known as breaching.
Spanish photographer Saida Valenzuela new series Echoes takes the beauty of the natural world and transforms it into high art.
As time goes on, certain types of photo equipment become obsolete as people use post production to spruce up their pictures.
Pet photographer Diane Özdamar has been in love with pet rats as long as she can remember. She's been photographing these furry companions for years, hoping to break their grotesque stereotype with her cute, playful imagery. Fancy rats, the most common domesticated species of pet rat, are often compared to small dogs by their owners. This is due to their social and cuddly nature.
Sometimes security cameras can take some strange footage, and Texan Al Brooks was in for a treat when he reviewed...
When photographer, artist, and filmmaker Troy Moth followed his heart, moving back to his birthplace of Vancouver Island and leaving...