Spanish photographer Marc Sellés Llimós often climbs to the hills to beat the noise pollution of the city and take photos of the night sky. On one evening, in particular, Sellés Llimós was in for a real treat as a storm raged over the Pyrenees. By compositing together nearly 400 images, he was able to create a photo that encapsulates what he saw and even features some beautiful star trails.
For 13 years, some of the Pacific Northwest's top photographers have worked together as the Photo Cascadia collective.
Photographer Cody Cobb reveals the hidden luminescence of the American West in his intriguing photo series Spectral.
Photos can be deceiving. Sometimes, an image will look like it’s been taken in a completely different era—despite being shot with an iPhone. And like most things in life, there’s a subreddit for this aesthetic. Today’s photos on yesterday’s canvas, aka r/AccidentalRenaissance, showcases images that “inadvertently resemble well-composed Renaissance style art.” According to the community guidelines, any photo recalling art movements between the 14th and 19th centuries is welcome.
For four years, photographer and illustrator Akil Alparslan set aside a few hours a day to work on an ambitious...
Anyone who owns a pet knows how funny animals can be.
During the summer of 2020, Stan Maupin found himself with some time on his hands. Like most of us, he was spending his days at home instead of the office and decided to try his hand at photography. Inspired by the hummingbirds who visited his backyard, he began learning more about his DSLR. But it was a challenge by his son that would push him to his creative limits.
Discretion is part of street photography.
There are many celebrities who have unexpectedly passed away, long before they reached old age.
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.
Most of us don't give it much thought when we see an ant going about its business.
A rare photo of Comet Leonard's gas tail being swept away by solar wind took home the top prize at...