While cherry blossom season marks the beginning of spring in Japan, there’s an equally beautiful natural phenomenon that happens in the summer. Beginning in June, Hime-hotaru fireflies illuminate the forests in a breathtaking display that looks just like a star-studded night sky. Japanese photographer and CG artist Yutaka Kagaya (aka KAGAYA) recently captured this otherworldly occasion with a stunning photo of fireflies dancing around a field of hydrangeas at night.
Time capsules are part of a beloved tradition dating back thousands of years.
Nowadays, in the digital age, we’re used to sharing our photos on social media, but we don’t often get to...
Each year, the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP) runs several print-based photography competitions to engage its members. Unfortunately, 2020 turned out to be a complicated year due to COVID-19, so the group needed to innovate in a new way to unite Australia's photography community. In this spirit, the AIPP Silver Lining Awards were conceived.
Many people look to make their wedding proposal special, but for John Nicotera and Erica Pendrak it turned into a...
For the past 15 years, photographer Drew Gardner has been bridging past and present through his ongoing project titled The...
Photographer Mathieu Stern creates striking, often surreal portraits using a variety of vintage lenses and digital techniques. With the spirit of experimentation in mind, he was inspired to collaborate with artists after browsing through images on Instagram posted under the hashtag #DrawThisInYourStyle. The popular art challenge encourages illustrators to recreate art in their own way, and Stern thought it would be interesting to see how artists would translate his photography into digital art.
Over 50 of the world's top wildlife photographers are using their art to help protect Africa's wildlife.
Photographer Kelvin Hudson came across a magical sight that would typically be reserved for a fairytale.
Senior care facilities around the world have been under lockdowns since COVID-19 became a pandemic. Keeping spirits high during this time can be a challenge, which means that the activity coordinators for these places have to get creative with what they plan for their communities.
Landscape photographer Albert Dros has always found inspiration in the forest.
Wildlife photographer Mithun H has a passion for big cats.