Bringing together fashion and dance, The Style of Movement is the latest book by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory of NYC Dance Project. The husband-and-wife team has photographed some of today’s top modern and ballet dancers in the United States, pairing them with incredible costumes that are brought to life through their movement.
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.
Photographing animals in the wild is a challenge in itself, but capturing them during their funniest moments takes a whole new level of skill—and of course, a sense of humor. Now in its fifth year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards recently announced the finalists for 2019, revealing 40 hilarious images from wildlife photographers around the world.
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 10 years, the British Wildlife Photography Awards have celebrated the rich ecosystems found across Britain. The 2019 winners take a diverse approach to wildlife photography; but, in their own way, they help pay homage to local fauna and prove that award-winning photography doesn’t require an exotic location. In celebration of its ten-year anniversary, the competition honors the sea by expanding its Coast and Marine category into four divisions based on the British coastline.
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.
Photographer Natalie Lennard, better known as Miss Aniela, offers an unconventional twist on editorial fashion portraits. The images are part of her ongoing series called Surreal Fashion, in which she crafts compositions that initially look like high-fashion spreads but have peculiar qualities once you look closer. A model’s divine blue gown, for instance, leads into an ocean while the train of a yellow dress morphs into a cluster of canaries.
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My Modern Met was formed in May 2008 to create one big city that celebrates creativity.