Portrait Photography

February 10, 2023

Portraits of Indigenous People From All Around the World

For over 50 years, Survival International has been working to protect the rights of Indigenous people around the globe. Not only do they help tribes lobby for their land rights, but they also confront the atrocities that these tribes are facing—from genocide to racism. In order to stay impartial, the charity does not accept government funding. To help support their ongoing campaigns, they've recently released their 2023 calendar, We, the People.

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January 2, 2023

Photographer Captures a Heartwarming Moment Between His Grandmother and Her Dog

Whether it's dogs, cats, or other animals, people can form deep connections with their pets. Japanese photographer YASUTO highlights this special bond in his latest series of photos. The images feature his elderly grandmother and her beloved Shiba Inu pup enjoying each other's company against spectacular natural backdrops. Not only are the compositions gorgeous to look at, they clearly show that the human and her dog have a loving relationship.

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October 31, 2022

19th-Century Portraits Restored With AI Gives a Glimpse of What the Original Photographer Saw

AI technology has proven to be a useful tool for some artists; from creating portraits of historical figures like Cleopatra to generating images that capture what deceased pop icons would look like if they were still alive today. For the creators behind the YouTube channel Mystery Scoop, AI is used to render lifelike movement, enhancing their incredibly restored portraits.

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