German photographer Felix Inden has been fascinated with the Faroe Islands since his first trip several years ago. This natural paradise has increasingly become a top destination for photographers around the world; and on a recent trip, Inden aimed to capture its rugged beauty in the face of increased tourism. To distinguish himself from the crowds, Inden’s goal for his trip was to photograph the islands covered in snow.
Earlier this month, we introduced you to Japanese photographer Takashi Nakazawa—a member of Your Shot, whose beautiful image of Mount...
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Dotted with glistening gold temples, the lush landscape of Myanmar is any aerial enthusiast's dream come true. In a sky-high series of photographs taken from drones and hot air balloons, London-based architect and photographer Dimitar Karanikolov offers viewers a bird's-eye view of this picture-perfect scenery. Each photo features one of the thousands of centuries-old Buddhist temples, shrines, and pagodas built in the sprawling forests of Bagan, Yangon, and Mandalay.
Vienna-based software engineer Lukas Furlan honed his passion for landscape photography during a recent trip to Patagonia.
The night sky has been a source of inspiration for artists throughout history, resulting in timeless masterpieces such as Van...
In 2015, couple Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger decided to wave goodbye to their comfortable life in South Africa, and embark on an adventure across the world. Having visited more than 40 countries (and counting), the nomadic duo share their experiences via their blog, How Far From Home. Their latest exploit brought them to the Netherlands, where they captured the incredible “technicolor wonderland” of tulip season.
Acclaimed photographer Camille Seaman continues to combine documentary photography with fine art sensibilities in her new book The Big Cloud.
Earlier this year, self-taught Spanish photographer Andres Gallardo Albajar embarked on a 5-week trip around Asia.
Photographer Jani Ylinampa has the good fortune to live in one of the world's most scenic areas—Finnish Lapland. And he takes full advantage of his surroundings, photographing the colorful Northern Lights and all the beauty that the environment has to offer. But it's the changing dynamic of a small island that has really caught his attention. Kotisaari Island is a small landmass, accessible only by boat, in the town of Rovaniemi.
Moscow-based photographer Kristina Makeeva traveled to Lake Baikal in southern Siberia where she captured the beauty of the largest freshwater...
When we last checked in with Michael T. Meyers, he was capturing magnificent aerial images of Chicago.