When you think of New York City, the first image that probably pops into your head is crowd city street full of people quickly trying to get to where they’re going. Filmmaker Glen Vivaris offers another vision of the city in a short clip he recently published. By using the Super Slow-mo feature on his Samsung Galaxy S10 phone, the hands of time are greatly decelerated, leaving the streets of Manhattan nearly frozen in time.
Bringing together fashion and dance, The Style of Movement is the latest book by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory of NYC...
Portrait photographer Jeffrey Rease has set out to immortalize The Greatest Generation—specifically those who served during World War II.
Today, many people hold passionate viewpoints about how infants should be fed. As a result of this phenomenon, some moms may find themselves in one of two camps: either they believe that “breast is best,” or they prefer the bottle. To photographer and mother-of-two Felicia Saunders, however, there is no wrong way to nourish a baby—a belief that is at the heart of a recent inspiring photo series.
Photographing animals in the wild is a challenge in itself, but capturing them during their funniest moments takes a whole...
Hungarian photographer László Francsics was named Astronomy Photographer of the Year for his innovative look at a lunar eclipse.
Photographer Matt Molloy has something in common with Impressionist painters. For the better part of a decade, the Canadian creative has crafted sky photography that look like paintings from the defining artistic movement. Depicting daylight and nighttime, the images appear as though they were manipulated with a brush and highlight brilliant hues that are smudged into artful changes of color—just like the painters of the late 1800s.
For 10 years, the British Wildlife Photography Awards have celebrated the rich ecosystems found across Britain.
Free social app AGORA helps connect photographers around the world. By participating in weekly photo contests, more than 3.
Self-described “documentarist” Daniel Meadows has made countless contributions to contemporary photography. In addition to influencing the creative field, however, his work has also played a pivotal role in a much larger realm: British society as a whole. Daniel Meadows: Now and Then, an eye-opening exhibition at Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries, explores how the Gloucestershire-born figure has captured “the extraordinary aspects of ordinary life.” Now and Then gives viewers a comprehensive glimpse into Meadows’ practice.
Photographer Natalie Lennard, better known as Miss Aniela, offers an unconventional twist on editorial fashion portraits.
If you’re a pet owner, chances are that a quick scroll through your iPhone Photos app will reveal a ton...