British photographer Jimmy Nelson translated his upbringing living in Asia, Africa, and South America into a successful career documenting indigenous communities. This curiosity never left him and he channeled his creative energies into artistically photographing the native peoples of every continent. His latest publication, Homage to Humanity, is an interactive look at the people he encounters and the lands he visits.
For nearly ten years, French photographer Thomas Jorion crisscrossed Italy, exploring the decadent, crumbling palaces of the 18th and 19th...
The renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year announced its 2018 winners in October, but the competition wasn’t over right then and there.
Artists have had a special relationship with the humble house-cat for centuries. In addition to serving as subjects of paintings, prints, sculptures, and other works of art, the meowing muses have also played an important part behind the scenes. In Artists and Their Cats, author Alison Nastasi explores this furry phenomenon, sharing intimate photos of well-known creatives and their cuddly companions.
For many creative people, their furry friend doubles as their muse.
There is nothing more special than the birth of a child.
The UK is celebrating one of its greatest photojournalists, Don McCullin, with a retrospective at Tate Britain. Since the late 1950s, McCullin has made a name for himself as one of the great war photographers of the modern age. Now, over 250 examples of his war and documentary photography will grace the walls of the Tate Britain. Born in 1935, McCullin began documenting life in his local community in Finsbury Park.
Photographers who love the look of infrared photos shot on Kodak Aerochrome are in for a treat.
Fine art photographer Rob Woodcox uses the human body as building blocks for his elaborate compositions.
It’s been a record-breaking year for the Sony World Photography Awards, with 326,000 submissions from photographers in 195 countries. While the 2019 Photographer of the Year won’t be announced until mid-April, the World Photography Organisation has released its shortlist for the Open and Youth competitions. The dazzling photographs show the diversity of imagery across the ten categories of the Open competition.
In his stellar body of work, photographer Daniel Greenwood creatively combines three of his lifelong fascinations: space, stars, and video...
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