German brand Leica makes cameras that have been a favorite tool among creatives for years. That's why, over the last two decades, Leica’s Leitz Photographica Auction has caught the attention of photography enthusiasts and professionals alike. At this event, the company showcases a selection of rare and vintage cameras and lenses from the company's hundred-year-old history—a thrilling experience for both artists and collectors.
Photographer Meryl Meisler‘s journey in street photography began in the early 1970s, when she started documenting suburban life on Long...
The first Polaroid camera was released in 1948, and the brand is still a favorite among creators.
Photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer is known for using infrared photography to masterfully show a new perspective on well-worn cityscapes. Ferrer's latest conquest is New York City. INFRA NYC is Ferrer's infrared reportage of the city, taken after 15 days dedicated solely to documenting every corner of the Big Apple. From Central Park to Coney Island, Ferrer covers Manhattan and Brooklyn in a unique and exciting manner.
Every year, the Royal Meteorological Society holds the Standard Chartered Weather Photographer of the Year as a way to celebrate...
Backyard astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is willing to do whatever it takes to get the shot that he's after.
Organized by the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest is in its 15th year and has become a highly anticipated event for lovers of astronomy and astrophotography. And this year, a big discovery by a group of amateur astronomers won. Marcel Drechsler, Xavier Strottner, and Yann Sainty took home the top prize for their image of a large plasma arc next to the Andromeda Galaxy.
Marine biologist and amateur photographer Jialing Cai has been named the 2023 Ocean Photographer of the Year thanks to her stunning...
To most of the world, Freddie Mercury was a highly charismatic rockstar with a one-of-a-kind voice.
When a rare blue supermoon appeared in late August, astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy was ready. Known for his highly detailed images of the stars, McCarthy never misses a celestial event. While bad weather nearly foiled his plans, the clouds parted just in time for him to capture a once-in-a-lifetime image from his home in Arizona.
There is something about minimalism, when executed correctly, that is soothing.
With its monthly photography contests, The Independent Photographer promotes talented photographers around the world.