Chilean landscape photographer Francisco Negroni is known for his incredible images showing extreme weather conditions. His work grabbed international attention in 2011, when his photographs of the Cordón Caulle eruption went viral and earned him several awards. Negroni's photography is unique for its ability to crystalize powerful moments in nature, showing its fiery energy in an artistic manner.
The Kennel Club has just announced the winners of the 2018 Dog Photographer of the Year contest, revealing an adorable...
Celebrating the art of drone photography, the inaugural Drone Awards attracted the attention of photographers from 101 different countries.
Artists have existed since the beginning of humankind. From cave drawings and ancient mosaics to traditional handiwork and contemporary crafts, people have continually developed new methods of creatively expressing themselves. With each passing century, though, it becomes more and more difficult to establish an original form of expression. Luckily, there are a few creatives up for the challenge.
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For three to four weeks a year, the two billion tulips that Dutch tulip farmers grow annually come into bloom. Aerial photographer Tom Hegen decided to fly overhead and photograph the kaleidoscope of colors before they disappeared. The resulting photo series is part of his project about artificial, manmade landscapes, including salt ponds, coal mines, and quarries. Behind the dazzling abstractions of the tulip fields, there is big business.
Since 2012, Romanian photographer David Burlacu has called New York City home.
Inspired by wet plate portrait photography of the past, photojournalist Michael Bradley‘s Puaki is an examination of the Māori culture.
During a backpacking trip to Havasu Falls with her friends and husband, photographer Carley Nelson decided to bring home a special souvenir. Using only the light emitted by the group's headlamps, she was able to bring home a spectacular image of the waterfall at night. Instructing the group to remain as still as possible, she was able to capture the magic of the falling water cascading under the stars.
From chasing storms to following molten lava, photographer Mike Mezeul II is known for his incredible images of extreme weather.
Professional photographers are often so skilled that their photographs look effortless.