Many people may not consider pigeons to be beautiful birds, but photographer Andrew Garn disagrees. The native New Yorker has spent the last eight years capturing the charm of these common city birds, using high-speed strobe light photography—a technique that’s often reserved for studio fashion shoots.
With today’s technology, it’s easier than ever for photographers to create images that are not only breathtaking but also ignite...
For over 40 years, photographer Sandro Miller has been a heralded figure in the photography world.
Multi-talented artist Lillian Liu is focused on “creating visual art, music, and education for dreamers.” As both a critically-acclaimed classical pianist and an avant-garde photographer, she has carved out a noteworthy niche for herself in the realm of the arts. Growing up, Liu primarily concentrated on music. In high school, however, she began a love affair with photography.
After spending 30 years traveling around the world, Belgian photographer Serge Anton has certainly seen a lot of faces.
Photographer Franck Bohbot and author Philippe Ungar have joined forces for a project that looks at a niche population of...
It's been 65 years since the Korean War ended in 1953, which also signifies the last time hundreds of thousands saw their loved ones. For many Koreans, who either have family in the north or moved to the south prior to the war, separation from family is a unfortunate reality.
Pit bull dogs have an unfair reputation for being an aggressive or violent breed.
Since 2013, photographer Mihaela Noroc has been traveling internationally, documenting women for her project, The Atlas of Beauty.
Aiming to create “lasting memories of [life's] most cherished moments,” London-based photographer Sujata Setia specializes in family photography with a furry twist. In a series of newborn photos, Setia pairs snoozing infants with baby animals, capturing the adorable bond between the too-cute twosomes. Like typical newborn photos, each precious picture features a baby peacefully sleeping in a cozy cradle or tiny bed.
The contact sheet has a rich place in the history of photography.
For the past three years, Detroit-born, London-based photographer Peter Zelewski has been exploring the similarities and differences between sets of...