Wedding photographers have the honor (and the challenge) of capturing what will be the most important day of many couple’s lives. For the second year, the best wedding photographers from around the world have been celebrated for their craft thanks to the International Wedding Photographer of the Year Awards. Artistic wedding imagery poured in, with photographers submitting their work to 11 different categories.
Before the digital age of smartphones and selfies, there was nothing more immediate than a Polaroid.
Deep within the forests of Dartmoor, England is Wistman’s Wood, an ancient woodland that looks like something from a fairytale.
With winter weather as his muse, Swedish photographer Håkan Strand explores the serenity of snowy landscapes. Featuring bare trees against blankets of white, his beautiful winterscapes visually present the quiet stillness of the season. Like the majority of his oeuvre, Strand shoots his wintry scenes in black and white.
For years, photographer Anastasia Pottinger has strived to shine a spotlight on an underrated and overlooked demographic: the elderly.
Lexar is banking on bigger being better with its newly announced 1TB SDXC memory card.
Brooklyn-based photographer Colin Ridgway passes his time on the streets of Manhattan, photographing the faces of New Yorkers. Passionate about his craft, Ridgway taught himself the ins and outs of photography and post-production by soaking in lessons found online. Now, he continues to hone his skills in order to capture the essence of his beloved city. Being a modern street photographer in New York isn’t easy.
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Photographer Gabriel Isak finds solace in the notion of art imitating life. For years, it has helped him cope with depression. Using surreal photography ideas and a minimalist palette, Isak depicts solitary figures who often exist among blue and gray grandiose landscapes. Their backs are to the camera—or their faces are otherwise obscured—to symbolize the struggles faced in unconscious states of mind.
Since launching in 2010, Instagram has become a platform that has given rise to a whole new job sector.
As one of the most densely populated places in the world, Hong Kong has built up an architecture to meet...