Cats are comedians. They certainly don’t realize it, but as Japanese photographer Masayuki Oki shows, they are constantly doing things that make us laugh. Oki roams Tokyo and other city streets to look for kitties that are just being themselves, but they are doing so in a way that is funny to us humans. This includes dramatic fighting poses, weird facial expressions, and contorted positions as they groom themselves.
In his 10 years helping travelers discover the Northern Lights, guide Markus Varik had never seen anything quite like it.
A decade ago, Rio de Janeiro-based artist and photographer Christian Spencer made an amazing discovery.
Celebrities spend their whole lives in front of the camera. As a result, we get to see them change in appearance year after year. But because of this constant exposure, we often forget how different stars looked in their early years. Graphic designer Ard Gelinck shines a light on the past selves of famous people by creating playful mashups with Photoshop.
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy has us falling in love with our galaxy once again thanks to his incredible composite photo of...
After a few days of enchanting celebration and moving observance, another Day of the Dead has come to pass.
California-based photographer Jordan Anast found himself in the right place at the right time when he was able to capture a rare moment during a surf competition. Anast was photographing the San Onofre Surf Club contest near San Diego when something spectacular occurred. As he was photographing surfer Tyler Warren on a wave, a great white shark leapt out of the water, making for the ultimate photo bomb.
AI technology has proven to be a useful tool for some artists; from creating portraits of historical figures like Cleopatra to...
Just after high school, Mike Coots‘ life changed forever.
Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas is known for his ingenious use of camera traps to photograph animals in Africa. Over the past two years, he's spent a significant amount of time at Kenya's Shompole Wilderness Camp. During that time, he has gotten to know the grounds quite well, including how the land really comes alive at night.
When the Royal Canadian Navy's newest class of clearance divers completed their year-long training, they were looking for a special...