For nearly 40 years, Brazilian photographer Cássio Vasconcellos has used his camera to capture his vision of the world. After working for many years as a respected photojournalist, Vasconcellos has shifted his career to work on personal projects and exhibitions. This includes Collectives, an on-going series of mind-bending photography that forces viewers to think about their use of space. Starting in 2008, Vasconcellos has used his love of aerial photography to create elaborate photomontages.
Dylan Scalet grew up seeing his grandfather Jack Sharp‘s photography around the house.
For the fifth year, conservation charity Birds on the Brink has hosted the Bird Photographer of the Year competition.
Have you always loved the idea of instant photography but don't want to deal with a bulky camera? If that's the case, Polaroid has you covered. They've recently released a new pocket-sized Bluetooth printer that allows you to print photos directly from your phone. The Polaroid Hi-Print is the brand’s first printer to use dye-sublimation technology that creates vivid, fade-proof prints every time. The Hi-Print is easy to use.
Dutch landscape photographer Albert Dros is known for his imagery of locales like Kyrgyzstan and Antarctica, as well as explorations...
Astronomy professor Pieter van Dokkum has a special passion for photography. And in particular, an enthusiasm for photographing dragonflies.
Each summer the Northern Hemisphere is in for a delightful light show thanks to the Perseid meteor shower. From mid-July to late-August, these streaks of matter dart across the sky—as many as 60 per hour. During this magical time, astronomy lovers set their sights on the cosmos and wait in darkness for the meteors to emerge.
South African wildlife photographer Chris Fallows recently captured the photo of a lifetime thanks to one great white shark.
When you think of some of Hollywood’s most famous actors, you probably imagine them as the characters that they’re most...
The International Garden Photographer of the Year (IGPOTY) competition has announced its winners for the 2020 Macro Art photography contest. Partnering with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, IGPOTY offers multiple themed contests throughout the year. For the Macro Art contest, photographers captured minuscule moments of beauty in gardens around the world. Each photo is rich in color, detail, and texture despite the tiny subjects.
Fantasy photography is a captivating genre.
You never know what you’ll find in the wilderness when no one is around; unless, of course, you set up...