New York-based street photographer Billy Dinh has amassed a large and loyal Instagram following thanks to his talents. His dramatic, moody images heavily rely on light and shadow, which coupled with his ability to capture unique moments, make them look pulled from a film. Through Dinh's lens, we're able to watch the world unfold and peek into the small moments of life.
When Nicolas Miller moved to New York City several years ago, he was inspired to start his creative journey.
American documentary photographer Michael Chinnici is in love with Cuba.
Kenyan photographer Migwa Nthiga is shedding light on Indigenous culture in his evocative series of portraits, Walks Of Life. For the series, Nthiga followed Indigenous Nilotic people as they went about their daily activities. Living close to Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya, these people have faced increasing hardship due to recurring droughts in the area. By taking their portraits, Nthiga hopes to shed light on this beautiful culture and the struggles provoked by the climate crisis.
Artist Travels Across the U.S. To Capture Portraits and Ask for Life Advice From 1,000 Strangers Along the Way [Interview]
Many people avoid talking to strangers, but not artist and storyteller Imran Nuri.
Stunning Photos of Polar Bears Relaxing in Fields of Flowers During Summer in the Arctic [Interview]
Slovakian-born, Canada-based photographer Martin Gregus has gained acclaim for his documentation of polar bears.
A group of women in the Korean province of Jeju dives deep beneath the water to collect seafood and other aquatic treasures. Known as Haenyeo (meaning “sea women”) they are part of a tradition that dates back to 434 CE. But they aren’t young people, as you might expect from a group who routinely conquers depths between 32 and 65 feet and can hold their breath for up to two minutes.
Photographer Travis Patenaude finds his life's purpose in photography.
For years, former The Simpsons cartoonist Liz Climo has been creating adorable animal comics.
For three years, British photographer Levon Biss worked tirelessly to capture every hair, feature, and fiber of rare insects from the American Museum of Natural History's collection. Known for his ability to bring out their beauty with his macro photography, Biss's meticulous method of photographing the specimens has culminated in the Extinct and Endangered exhibition.
Over 20,000 Pounds of Recycled Materials Used to Create Interactive Light Installation at Burning Man [Interview]
After a two-year break, Burning Man came back, and with it came the innovative art installations that the festival is...
Postpartum depression, or PPD, is a type of depression that occurs after childbirth.