For the past 15 years, photographer Drew Gardner has been bridging past and present through his ongoing project titled The Descendants. For this innovative photo series, Gardner has been tracking down the living relatives of history's greatest figures and photographing them as they take on the guise of their ancestors.
Photographer Mathieu Stern creates striking, often surreal portraits using a variety of vintage lenses and digital techniques.
Photographer Anna Ulman captures the dramatic beauty of dance in her dynamic portraits of performers in motion.
Kids and animals are a double dose of cuteness. Their friendship is so sweet and innocent that you can’t help but go “aww” every time you see them together. Photographer Andrea Martin celebrates the joy that comes from these duos in her photos of children with baby animals.
Photography-based artist Tawny Chatmon celebrates the beauty of Black hair through her glittering series titled The Redemption.
Thanks to a collaborative effort between makeup artist and hairstylist LaChanda Gatson and CreativeSoul Photography, Disney princesses have been beautifully...
The iconic sitcom Friends premiered nearly three decades ago, but its cultural influence remains undeniable even today. Photographer Mandy Penn is getting a whole new generation introduced to the beloved show with an adorable newborn photoshoot. The creative, who is “obsessed with Friends” crafted a themed set and dressed six babies as the cast members and special characters.
When Chechen photographer Amina Arsakova spotted a picture of 11-year-old Amina Ependieva in a shopping center, she was immediately intrigued...
It’s impossible to not be at least a little interested in celebrity “then and now” photos.
Newborn baby photos are always worthy of an “aww,” but you're sure to squeal when you see the cuteness of young goats. Photographer Sherry Pratt of Moments Whispered snapped a series of adorable portraits featuring these beloved creatures. Pratt styled the shoot like she was photographing newborn human babies and adorned the kids with tiny crocheted blankets and flower crowns. She even placed a couple of sleepy goats in a pair of boots!
By using an unconventional technique, photographer Kate Miller-Wilson has produced a poignant self-portrait series that explores her struggle with anxiety.
When compared to the young, senior citizens are less likely to have their picture taken and have their stories told.