Photography

March 7, 2021

Real Flowers Submerged Underwater Blur the Line Between Photo and Painting

Photographer Barbara Cole creates exquisite fine art photographs that blur the line between reality and a dream. In her newest series titled Appearances, she tries to find “connection during a time of separation.” She does this through flowers; specifically, their delicate forms and colors and the way in which they transform when submerged underwater. Each flower in the series is celebrated in its own portrait.

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March 1, 2021

Photographer Shows Her Dogs Nature’s Beauty After Rescuing Them From the Streets of Romania

Dogs make great travel companions. Curious and playful, they are often ready and willing to go on an adventure. Austrian photographer Anne Geier highlights this fact in her travel photography that stars her two beautiful pups named Yuri and Finn. Alongside Geier, they trek to mountains, beaches, and lakes, traversing the rocky terrain and taking in the expansive views of the crystal waters in Norway.

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February 24, 2021

Photos Imagine What U.S. Presidents From History Might Look Like Today

While photos and videos of modern-day U.S. Presidents are constantly featured on our newsfeeds, Presidents of the past are remembered with just a few black and white photos or portrait paintings. Curious about how Presidents from history would look if they were alive today, Award-winning comic book writer Magdalene Visaggio created a manipulated photo series called Modern Presidents. Visaggio used smartphone apps to create modern-day interpretations of each President.

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February 18, 2021

Photographer Spends 7 Years Capturing Beautiful Portraits of Redheads Around the World [Interview]

Whether you’re self-conscious of your height or hate the shape of your nose, we all have hang-ups about how we look. But it’s our physical differences that make us beautiful. Each person has their own unique features. However, there’s one particular physical trait that is especially rare. Just 1-2% of the world's population has natural red hair.

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