Photography has a long history. Today, most people shoot with their smartphone or DSLR cameras with high megapixel counts. Historical cameras, however, can still be found in the hands of those who have nurtured the traditions of film photography. Travel vlogger Drew Binsky was in Kabul, Afghanistan, when he heard tell of a unique antique camera that was still in use.
Wildlife photographers take some of the most adventurous and exciting shots.
Working with the elements can often feel like an uphill battle, especially for photographers.
Astrophotography produces stunning images that can transport viewers out of this world. To become an expert in capturing starscapes or the colorful nebulas of the Milky Way takes dedication, technical skill, and a love for the outdoors. Photographers all over the world are capturing the stars with their unique vantage points from Earth.
Light is beautiful yet ephemeral.
Sometimes, rays of sunlight hit objects at the perfect angle and cast shadows that are even more interesting than the...
It's difficult to capture the vast beauty of the night sky in a single image. But Finnish artist and astrophotographer J-P Metsavainio has done it; he spent 12 years capturing high-resolution images of the Milky Way, slowly stitching them together to create a final image that is 100,000 pixels wide. This 1.
Great photographs are at our fingertips with the ever-improving camera phones in our pockets.
There are around 130 volcanoes in Iceland.
Slovakia-based artist Maria Svarbova captures the hypnotic symmetry of swimming in her series of fine art photographs. She uses indoor pools as the setting for models to pose in athletic stretches, diving stances, and swimming strokes. The result is distinct portraiture that combines the monotonous patterns of tiles with bright spot colors to evoke a retro aesthetic that at times has the vibe of a Wes Anderson film.
The World Photography Organisation has announced the open shortlist and category winners of the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards.
Beautiful patterns emerge from everyday life if you know where to look.