Many of us are familiar with the feeling of slowing down underwater, but we rarely have the opportunity to see what that looks like. Canada-based artist Barbara Cole, however, specializes in the practice of capturing people as well as objects when they are submerged in crystal-clear pools. Her latest series, entitled BEAT, uses water as a way to celebrate the movement of the human figure in several striking portraits.
Now in its 13th year, the Audubon Photography Awards are a celebration of bird photography.
Vijay Suddala is only 18 years old, but he's already creating impressive imagery of the Moon.
Photographer Pham Huy Trung uses his craft to spotlight Vietnam's rich cultural history. Through his aerial photography, he shares his country's lush green landscape and colorful flowers. His work is a far cry from his former profession in telecommunications, which he left behind to pursue his passion for photography. Now, he's a renowned photographer whose work has been recognized by the Sony World Photography Awards, among others.
Photographer Albert Dros captures the majestic beauty of wild white horses in his series titled The White Angels of Camargue.
For Stanley Aryanto of The Wicked Hunt, photography is much more than “getting the shot.” It's all about adventure.
Now in its seventh year, the Bird Photographer of the Year contest is a celebration of the avian world. For the 2022 edition, more than 20,000 images from 115 countries were submitted for consideration. And while the winners won't be announced until September, the competition is giving us a sneak preview of some of the finalists across several categories.
In 2018, Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti was on assignment with National Geographic in Kansas.
Graduation is a special time of year for any student.
There are some pictures that a photographer might wait years to capture. This was the case for Portland-based enthusiast Rajiv Mongia as he patiently waited to snap an amazing shot of two eagles with their talons interlocked in mid-air. One of the birds is flying upright while the other winged creature is mirrored, turned upside down.
We may never know the entirety of the natural world's vast beauty.
Most of us have heard of rainbows, but have you ever heard of a moonbow? Photographer Brian Hawkins certainly has.