The late Gordon Parks was a photographer best known for documenting the lives of African Americans from the 1940s to the 1970s. Born in 1912 in Kansas, he was the youngest of 15 children and experienced hardship and segregation from an early age. In 1937, when he was 25 years old, he picked up a camera for the first time and began documenting issues of race, poverty, and policing in the United States.
Photographer Albert Dros is known for transforming ordinary landscapes into works of art.
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy has once again wowed us with his incredible work.
Photography rewards those who keep their eyes open. If someone is dedicated to observing the everyday world at large, chances are that they'll serendipitously discover the compelling—and quirky—moments of life. Such is the case in the work of photographer Eric Kogan. With a keen sense of observation and timing, he captures astounding shots of New York City.
British photographer Mark Harvey is best known for his equine photography, but that's slowly changing due to his incredible bird...
In 2003, German photographer Olaf Otto Becker traveled to Greenland's Ilulissat Icefjord.
Need a good laugh? You’re in luck because the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are here to make us smile. Founded in 2015, the annual contest allows photographers to show the joy and humor that's ever-present in the animal kingdom. This year's winners have once again brought a smile to our faces with the amusing moments that they were able to capture on film.
Any pet owner who has lost their furry friend knows how devastating it can be.
Photographer and documentary filmmaker Ben Garvin has dedicated his career to storytelling.
These days, even if we're looking at a photo of a beautiful landscape, we often assume that there must be quite a bit of Photoshop involved in the final product. But a new photography contest is proving that many photographers don't need a lot of post-production help to generate spectacular images. The Natural Landscape Photography Awards was created to highlight landscape photography by artists who “value realism and authenticity in their work.
The American West boasts some of the most magnificent landscapes in the United States.
One hundred of today's best photographers have come together to rally around a cause—saving the environment.