The World Photography Organisation has just announced the overall winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards. Now in its 11th edition, this year saw a record breaking 320,000 submissions made by talented photographers—of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels—from all over the world. Selected by an expert panel of judges, the winning photographs were chosen from 10 different categories, including Landscape, Architecture, Portraiture, and Contemporary Issues.
For over 50 years, London's Natural History Museum has celebrated world-class nature photography with its Wildlife Photographer of the Year...
Photographer Jani Ylinampa has the good fortune to live in one of the world's most scenic areas—Finnish Lapland.
Shot by Swedish documentary team Svenska Biografteatern in 1911, the A Trip Through New York City documentary film gives a glimpse into what life was like in the Big Apple more than 100 years ago. Expertly restored by the Museum of Modern Art, the 8-minute, black and white footage is part of Svenska Biografteatern’s travelogue series which set out to capture the world’s most celebrated locations at the time.
With an emphasis on storytelling, portrait photographer Giacomo Bruno documents locations, populations, and individuals around the world.
The contact sheet has a rich place in the history of photography.
Coupling a knack for Photoshop with a vivid imagination, photographer and self-described “wizard from Moscow” Kristina Makeeva creates dreamy depictions fit for a fairytale. When she's not capturing the magic of Moscow at Christmas or perfectly pairing statement pieces with her surroundings, Makeeva is using her digital editing skills to produce enchanting, otherworldly photographs. Ranging from spectacular landscapes to striking portraits, each picture processed by Makeeva showcases the unique power of Photoshop.
Pairing the spiritual with the surreal, Polish photographer Laura Makabresku captures enchanting photographs inspired by fairytales.
Childbirth represents one of the greatest—and most rewarding—challenges that a human can endure.
Recently, KFC has decided to bring back one of its most beloved crispy classics: its Hot & Spicy Chicken. Known for packing a punch, this fiery fried chicken has been reimagined as action-packed explosions in a clever new ad campaign by Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong. At first glance, the eye-catching composites look like authentic photographs of exciting events, including a space shuttle launch, a car race, and a climactic movie scene.
While Abu Dhabi's architecture might often be overshadowed by neighboring Dubai, Khalid Al Hammadi‘s photography proves that the UAE's second...
For the past three years, Detroit-born, London-based photographer Peter Zelewski has been exploring the similarities and differences between sets of...