Regis and Kahran Bethencourt of CreativeSoul Photography are storytellers who use portraiture to center and uplift the beauty of Black girls. We’ve marveled at their beautiful imagery throughout the years, and now, their creativity has entered a new realm. A series of their photographs have been translated into dolls as part of an exciting collaboration with Disney. The CreativeSoul Doll Collection reimagines what a classic Disney Princess would look like through a diverse lens.
After closing its doors three years ago for a major redevelopment project, London's National Portrait Gallery will open its doors...
The nice thing about photographing birds is that you never know what can happen.
Capturing photos of wild animals can be tricky. A camera trap is one way that photographers snap stunning pictures of the creatures in their environment without disturbing them with a human presence. Photographer Ross Harried recently unveiled a series featuring an inquisitive fox that had wandered close to his homemade camera trap, and the results are beautiful. The images look like they are from a storybook.
Photographer Dan Zafra of Capture the Atlas is always up for a new adventure.
The night ushers in a new rainbow of colors.
Based in Wyoming, Mitch Rouse uses aerial photographs to explore his interests in different industrial sites around America. One of his latest projects is titled Farmland and is a different look at the fields and crops that are an everyday part of many people's lives. Through his lens, these familiar agricultural landscapes transform into high art. Rouse uses the precise geometry of these landscapes, as well as their color, to produce a set of striking images.
The prestigious Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition has announced the results of the world’s largest underwater photo contest.
Photographer Göran Strand was on his way to the office in mid-December when, out in the horizon, he spotted a...
Photographer Cody Evans enjoys capturing all types of imagery. His Instagram is filled with photos of birds, motocross, and stormy landscapes. One particularly stormy day in Ontario brought Evans to Lake Erie. While there, he took an estimated 10,000 photos of the crashing waves. Once home, he viewed the images on his computer and that's when one stood apart from the rest. There it was, clear as could be—a face in the waves.
Sometimes, the planets align—and that’s not just a saying.
For the second year, the Dog Photography Awards shines a spotlight on the best pet photography around the globe.