While photos and videos of modern-day U.S. Presidents are constantly featured on our newsfeeds, Presidents of the past are remembered with just a few black and white photos or portrait paintings. Curious about how Presidents from history would look if they were alive today, Award-winning comic book writer Magdalene Visaggio created a manipulated photo series called Modern Presidents. Visaggio used smartphone apps to create modern-day interpretations of each President.
The World Photography Organisation, a leader in the international photography scene, has recently announced the 2021 National and Regional Awards...
We often hear about world records being broken, but we less often see a face behind the achievement.
Whether you’re self-conscious of your height or hate the shape of your nose, we all have hang-ups about how we look. But it’s our physical differences that make us beautiful. Each person has their own unique features. However, there’s one particular physical trait that is especially rare. Just 1-2% of the world's population has natural red hair.
Russian photographer Kristina Makeeva spreads enchantment and wonder with her amazing photographs.
Photographing the natural world is an art form with a side of science.
Underwater photography takes patience, technical skill, and an adventurous spirit. This form of photography is practiced around the world and, every year, the best “under the sea” images are judged by the prestigious jurors of the Underwater Photographer of the Year (UPY) competition. The UPY began in 2014-15 when Alex Mustard, Dan Bolt, and Peter Rowlands decided to revive a grand British tradition of underwater photography competitions.
Sometimes, awe-inspiring photos are planned down to the second.
City nights have long enchanted artists.
Who knew that snails were so photogenic? Poland-based photographer Katarzyna Załużna captures the mystical beauty of these tiny shelled creatures in enchanting images that bring the viewer into their world. Using an exquisite bokeh effect, she lends an otherworldly charm to these intimate dreamlike scenes with an artistry that is quite remarkable.
It can be very difficult to capture the intricacies of snowflakes in a photograph.
For over 20 years, Bangladesh photographer GMB Akash has turned his lens towards the marginalized groups of people in his...