Just after high school, Mike Coots‘ life changed forever. The Hawaii native was surfing with friends when a tiger shark attacked him, causing him to lose his right leg. Many in his position would have never stepped foot again in the water. But in the ensuing years, Coots has become an advocate for sharks and uses his skills as a photographer to reveal different sides to their personalities.
Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas is known for his ingenious use of camera traps to photograph animals in Africa.
When the Royal Canadian Navy's newest class of clearance divers completed their year-long training, they were looking for a special...
Whether you know an amateur or professional photographer, there's nothing more satisfying than giving a new gadget to make their lives easier or jazz up their gear. Luckily, there's no shortage of interesting and creative gifts for your favorite photography lover.
While the term photography was coined in the early 19th century, Greek mathematicians had been making pinhole cameras since the...
The wealth of photographic talent in the UK is on full display thanks to the British Photography Awards.
Conservation photographer Paul Nicklen is a leader in using his art to promote change. His new series Delta is no different. At first glance, these spectacular aerial photos simply highlight the beauty of our planet. But upon closer examination, they also demonstrate climatic issues caused by humans.
The 2022 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards has announced its finalists, and the results are as amusing as you'd expect.
The streets of Bolivia's second-largest city, El Alto, are dotted with unique architecture that was born from local Indigenous culture.
Greek photographer Konstantinos Tsakalidis‘ haunting look at the devastation of wildfires was named Photo of the Year in the 2022 Siena International Photo Awards. The shot captures the desperation of Kritsiopi Panayiota, an 81-year-old woman, as the flames are approaching her home during the serious forest fires that hit the country in summer 2021 and caused extensive environmental damage. The image was selected from tens of thousands of images sent by photographers from 140 countries.
Growing up in southwest Florida, Nicholas D'Alessandro was always aware of the Space Program.
When most people see that a storm is coming, they hunker down inside their houses to wait it out.