Planetary scientist and astrophotographer Connor Matherne invested two years and over 100 hours of exposure time to create a stunning image of the Helix Nebula. Also known as the Eye of God, it is one of the closest planetary nebulae to Earth. Sitting at about 650 light-years away from Earth in the Aquarius constellation, this cloud of gas and dust is a sight to behold.
A trip to a local nature reserve to photograph a green heron transformed into something much more for bird photographer...
When award-winning photographers Amos Nachoum and Marko Dimitrijevic met in Tonga while looking for humpback whales, they bonded over their...
An artistic photo of tennis star Naomi Osaka rescuing a butterfly has taken home the top prize at the World Sports Photography Awards 2022. Sports photographer David Gray took the winning image during the Australian Open, when a butterfly landed on her dressed. By playing with shadows, Gray was able to capture the moment perfectly.
Photographer Jenny Hibbert fell in love with the camera when she was a child.
Whether it's a sunset by the sea or a morning in the city, the sky can look completely different depending...
London-based photographer Tim Flach is known for his intimate portrayals of birds. He captures a diverse array of species—many of which are rare and endangered—in photographs that each boast a compelling emotional component. It's as if we're gazing into the soul of these creatures. These stunning shots offer a close-up look at various avian species, including blue tits, cockatoos, doves, and ravens. Their vibrant plumage and patterns are shown in exquisite definition.
Photographer Will Ferguson is back with another viral light painting created with his drone.
California-based photographer Doris Mitsch captures otherworldly images that question the notions of time, space, and our own linear reality.
In 2014, spurred into action by the senseless murders of Black men at the hands of police, photographer Jon Henry started Stranger Fruit. Through haunting portraits, Henry asks mothers to act out what it must feel like to lose their sons. Cradled in their arms like the Pietà, these boys and men lay lifeless as their mothers are left to pick up the pieces.
Fatherhood looks different for everyone, but it can be distilled to one word: connection.
Norwegian photographer Ronny Tertnes uses high-speed photography to capture fleeting images.