Artist Darren Pearson of Dariustwin—a Southern California-based light painting and media company—is pioneering the art form known as light painting. It's a long-exposure photography technique where the camera’s shutter is left open to capture the light trails made by an LED light “painting” in the air like a brush on a canvas.
For fans of fairytale-like flowers, the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan’s Tochigi prefecture is a must-see.
French astrophotographer Thierry Legault is always on the lookout for something special.
Artist Debora Lombardi shines a light on flowers in her new photo series—literally. The Italy-based designer and photographer uses ultraviolet light to capture the unseen beauty of these plants, revealing dazzling colors and patterns that are otherwise invisible during the daytime. Lombardi began this project at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. With just a few tools and plants collected from the condominium garden, she was able to tap into a new world.
Photographer Thurstan Redding was working primarily as a fashion photographer when he had two memorable encounters with cosplayers in the...
We might think of hamsters as simply domestic creatures that live in our homes.
Grilling up kebabs on the street, preparing dumplings with the family, and draining a pot of pasta are just some of the delicious moments awarded by the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2022 contest. Food photographers from over 60 countries submitted their best work, which was judged by an expert panel of photographers and foodies.
Award-winning wildlife photographer and guide Paul Goldstein spent eight days in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, where he had a...
Like many of us, filmmaker and photographer Rory Langdon-Down found his life altered by the pandemic.
To say one is “feeling blue” is a common way of expressing sadness. Fine art photographer Heather Evans Smith leans into this colloquial phrase in her photo series titled Blue to convey her experiences with depression as a woman in her 40s. The project also shows how this mental illness is pervasive at any age. As its title suggests, the photographs are united by a strikingly blue color palette.
Suspended somewhere between reality and a dream, Oleg Oprisco‘s photographs are instantly mesmerizing.
How many years has the longest-married couple that you know been hitched? Thirty years? Forty years?