Astrophotography—and particularly eclipse photography—can be a game of minutes. Capturing the perfect photo often comes down to the detailed research and extensive planning that happens in the weeks, and even months, prior to a big event. Photographer Julian Diamond is more than familiar with the work it takes to get a great eclipse photo.
In northern India lies Ladakh, a territory full of high-altitude plateaus, lakes, and mountain ranges.
Pure magic—that is how photographer Michael Shainblum describes New Zealand.
In a bid to show his admiration for his grandma, Japanese photographer YASUTO has been capturing heartwarming photos of his “baa-baa” since 2018. Taken outdoors at different times of the year, his portraits show how the seasons change, but there’s one constant in every photo—the unshakeable love between his grandma and her pet Shiba Inu, Fuku-chan. Captured enjoying Japan's colorful landscapes, the adorable duo's unbreakable bond stays unchanged all year round.
Have you ever thought about how or when insects sleep?
Amateur photographer Laura Rowe was simply out on a Sunday drive around East Texas with her boyfriend when she happened...
The “Ring of Fire” annular eclipse happened over the weekend, but unless you happened to be in a remote part of northern Canada or Greenland, you missed out on the full experience. But the good news is that even a partial solar eclipse is quite spectacular. If you aren't convinced by that, let NASA photographers Bill Ingalls and Aubrey Gemignani change your mind.
The fields and forests of southern Europe have a cinematic quality.
In Japan, the beginning of spring is famously marked by the arrival of pink cherry blossoms.
Mount Merapi is the most active volcano in Indonesia, frequently spewing lava and ash from its mouth. As it has erupted regularly since the 16th century, it's no wonder that the name loosely translates to “Mountain of Fire.” A regular favorite of photographers, Mount Merapi it's quite commonly documented. But photographer Gunarto Song was in for something very special during a recent photoshoot.
Australian photographer Jason De Freitas is known for his analog astrophotography.
Each year, the California Academy of Sciences asks photographers to submit their best photos to showcase the Earth's biodiversity.