Many tourists use specific angles, scale, and depth to take funny photos next to landmarks (think Leaning Tower of Pisa). However, photographer Lisbon-based Hugo Suíssas uses forced perspective photography in his own unique way. He creates images that turn ordinary landscapes and everyday objects into playful compositions, each with a different narrative. In one image, Suíssas makes an archway in Lisbon’s famous Praça do Comércio square seem like a keyhole.
Photographer Albert Dros has traveled the world and captured breathtaking sights along the way.
Art can be a window to another time and place.
Whether you know an amateur or professional photographer, there's nothing more satisfying than giving a new gadget to make their lives easier or jazz up their gear. Luckily, there's no shortage of interesting and creative gifts for your favorite photography lover.
German visual artist, photographer, and filmmaker Alexandra Lier merges the analog and digital aspects of her craft to transmit the...
We think of rainbows as being reserved for the daytime, but it turns out that the colorful beam looks magnificent...
If you’ve always wanted an instant camera but hesitated buying one due to their chunky size, this upcoming release might be the gadget for you. Meet Polaroid Go: “the tiniest new member of the Polaroid family.” The “portable, wearable, and take-anywhere-able” instant camera is around three-quarters of the size of traditional Polaroid cameras. It's perfect for bringing with you everywhere you go, allowing you to capture little snapshots with the click of a button.
What do you get when you combine the aurora borealis and an erupting volcano?
For lovers of photojournalism, the wait is over.
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.