In 2017, Canadian photographer Cath Simard snapped a picture of an empty road on the verdant Hawaiian island of Oahu and posted it on her Instagram account. She didn't realize that her image would quickly go viral, with people reposting the same image across social media, most of the time without providing proper credit to her as the photographer.
Lebanese American photographer Rania Matar is known for her intimate portraits of women.
Backyard astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is always challenging himself, whether it's capturing the ISS transitting or creating high-definition photos of the...
Like many of us, visual effects artist Michael Ranger grew up with the iconic photos of the Apollo 11 mission. Neil Armstrong's famous photograph of Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon is a testament to what humanity can achieve. So when Ranger realized that he could give a different perspective on the image, he was understandably excited. The artist was inspired by a lighting trick that's used in creating visual effects.
A photograph of the annular solar eclipse taken in Tibet has been awarded the top prize at the prestigious Royal...
Explore Life Under the Microscope With the Winners of the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Contest
The 47th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has announced its winners and the results are as striking as ever.
The first-ever Polaroid camera (called Model 95) went on sale in 1948; and today, the company continues to release innovative models. From a pocket-sized instant camera to a tiny printer that turns your photos into stickers, today’s Polaroid products honor the analog era, all while embracing modern technology. The company’s latest device is Polaroid Now+, an instant camera with more creative tools than ever before.
The Smithsonian is one of the world’s largest and most well-known museum complexes.
Finnish fine art photographer Hannu Huhtamo masterfully uses light painting to create dynamic imagery.
Do you use filters on your DSLR camera? These affordable add-ons are a great way to spark creativity and explore all that your device is capable of shooting. From multi-image effects to diffused light, filters and art lenses will complete your photography kit. In the days of only film, filters were necessary to help correct the light or increase contrast. Today, Photoshop offers these same advantages (and more) to digital shooters.
We could all use a little laughter in our lives and what better way to do so than by looking...
Over 22,000 images from photographers around the world flooded into the sixth annual Bird Photographer of the Year contest.