Travel photographer Merlin Kafka ventures across the world to capture moments that are as spellbinding as they are beautiful. One of his latest adventures took him from his home in Glasgow, Scotland to the Faroe Islands, an archipelago that lies between Iceland and Norway. There, he spent a week exploring the lush mountainous landscape with its low-lying clouds, deep blue waters, and quaint villages in the countryside.
Birth photos are primarily centered around the parents and baby, but there's a whole side to this life-altering experience that...
Every year in Japan, spring’s cherry blossoms burst into summer's colorful flames known as “hanabi taikai,” which partially translates to...
Enjoy taking photographs that tell the stories of animals, lands, and environments? You may consider entering the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest, which is accepting entries until November 17, 2017. The magazine has just released some of its spectacular early entries, and as usual, the competition will be fierce. Photographers are encouraged to submit their best work across four categories—wildlife, landscapes, aerials, and underwater.
Ask any dog owner and they’ll tell you that their pooch has a dynamic personality.
The largest photography contest in the world, the EyeEm Photography Awards, has just announced the winners of its 2017 edition.
Photographer Simon McCheung fell into photography on a whim after purchasing a DSLR camera. Once he taught himself the craft, he amassed an impressive portfolio of surreal images. With each photo, Simon strikes a balance between intense human emotion and the tranquil world around him. The results are the embodiment of childhood daydreams with a little dose of magic.
Photographer Omar Z. Robles documents the beauty of people and places around the work through his exquisite dance photography.
There’s been an explosion of popularity, over the past many years, for on-the-spot photo booths.
Oprah Winfrey is the firrst woman in history to own and produce her own talk show. . “I made every single choice of my career based on my gut”. @time #sheisthefirst A post shared by Luisa Dörr (@luisadorr) on Sep 8, 2017 at 12:13pm PDT Photographer Luisa Dörr chronicles the incredible accomplishments of trailblazing women for Time magazine’s aptly-titled project, Firsts.
Polaroid lovers rejoice!
For the past 15 years, Japanese artist Mami Kiyoshi has been carrying out her unique project New Reading Portraits.