For nearly ten years, French photographer Thomas Jorion crisscrossed Italy, exploring the decadent, crumbling palaces of the 18th and 19th centuries. Using an analog, large format camera, Jorion immortalizes these vestiges of the past for a series he calls Veduta. Through his lens, we’re given a haunting look at the former glory of these decaying palaces. Often still rich with decorative painting, each interior has its own unique personality that is slowly developing into disarray.
The renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year announced its 2018 winners in October, but the competition wasn’t over right then and there.
Artists have had a special relationship with the humble house-cat for centuries.
For many creative people, their furry friend doubles as their muse. Photographer Ursula Aitchison has found that in her Golden Retriever, Hugo. She has spent the past year dressing the pup in costumes and snapping portraits of him. Sometimes, the two of them will pose together—often coordinating their outfits—that show off their silly side and sweet bond. Aitchison has come up with many creative dog photography ideas that grace her Hugo-centric Instagram account.
There is nothing more special than the birth of a child.
The UK is celebrating one of its greatest photojournalists, Don McCullin, with a retrospective at Tate Britain.
Photographers who love the look of infrared photos shot on Kodak Aerochrome are in for a treat. This long-discontinued film, which was developed for surveillance use in the 1940s, regularly fetches steep prices when it shows up on eBay. But now, a photographer has come up with a new filter that achieves the same effect.
Fine art photographer Rob Woodcox uses the human body as building blocks for his elaborate compositions.
It’s been a record-breaking year for the Sony World Photography Awards, with 326,000 submissions from photographers in 195 countries.
In his stellar body of work, photographer Daniel Greenwood creatively combines three of his lifelong fascinations: space, stars, and video games. Inspired by this trio of muses, he captures mesmerizing shots of otherworldly landscapes. In each of his dazzling photographs, Greenwood showcases the beauty of the earth after dark. With subjects ranging from waterfalls and lakes to sunflowers and succulents, these photos illustrate the diversity of the natural world.
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Photographer Helene Havard traveled from her home in French Polynesia to the island of Cuba and captured the urban landscapes...