German aerial photographer Tom Hegen has been examining the industrial scars left by humans for the past two years. From the effects of quarries and coal mining to industrial farming, he's been able to give a new perspective on how humans are shaping the environment. In The Salt Series, he explores the ancient practice of sea salt extraction.
Japanese photographer Masaki Yamamoto didn't have to go far to find inspiration for his work.
Viewing his photos as paintings, Chilean photographer Eduardo Asenjo Matus has a unique technique for capturing the spirit of his...
As one of the world’s most renowned Chinese couture designers, Guo Pei creates show-stopping ensembles that blend majestic opulence with theatrical fantasy. The designer’s bejeweled gowns, headpieces, and sculptural shoes were recently styled and photographed by HOWL Collective, who created a series of shots in celebration of the fashion visionary. Published by Rizzoli as a monograph, the HOWL team’s 122 fairytale shots (titled Guo Pei – Couture Beyond)
Over the past 15 years, tourism in Iceland has grown considerably.
Mexican social anthropologist and photographer Anuar Patjane Floriuk shares his unique perspective of the seas with his stunning series Underwater Realm.
For over seven years, photographer and self-taught digital artist John Wilhelm has creatively chronicled his kids' lives. Through his series of funny family photos, he uses digital manipulation to incorporate their everyday lives and childhood antics into fantastical scenes that are too delightfully outrageous to be real. (Otherwise, we'd definitely be fooled!) Wilhelm has seamlessly stitched together his subjects so well that it looks like one cohesive scene.
The 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year winner proves that pursuing your passion can bring great rewards.
From the bustling streets of Hong Kong to the vibrant avenues of Rio de Janeiro, master of dance photography Omar...
Legendary dance photographer Lois Greenfield has been “investigating movement and its expressive potential” for 40 years. With a talent for translating spontaneous movements into still images, she is renowned for her striking photographs of figures in motion and the creative ways in which she captures them. In Reflected Moments, her most recent series, Greenfield takes this innovative approach to another level, incorporating a collection of mirrors into her compositions.
Most Istanbul photos depict ancient Turkish architecture such as ornate mosques, traditional stone houses, or even mystical market streets.
The incredible black and white film photographs of Lucus Landers seemingly highlight the beauty of the animal kingdom.