For decades, artist Barbara Cole has captured dynamic photographs of figures floating underwater. Much more than shimmering studies of her subjects, these images often evoke and explore deeper ideas. This approach is reflected in Surfacing, a series of underwater portraits that aims to “open up a dialogue on mental health.” The photographs featured in Surfacing star women submerged in the ocean.
In her whimsical body of work, photographer Alexandra Bochkareva explores the eye-catching beauty of red hair.
In a powerful new portrait series, photographer Charlie Clift aims to spark a conversation about mental health.
Sometimes, discovering your creative calling is a matter of finding the right muse. That was the case for Iwona Podlasińska, an architect who realized her passion for photography when she became a mother. Now, years after kickstarting her career as a photographer, Podlasińska still finds inspiration in the subjects that started it all: her two young sons.
Macedonian-Australian photographer Biljana Jurukovski has been fascinated by different cultures since childhood.
No matter their occupation, Japanese people tend to take great pride in their work.
Photographer Andrew Studer is best known for his incredible landscape imagery, which he captures during his travels around the world. But a trip to the small Himalayan country of Bhutan changed that. Inspired by the warmth and pride of the Bhutanese people, Studer turned his focus to portraiture over the course of two, three-week trips taken in 2017 and 2018.
Many of us commute on public transportation and wish that the minutes would fly by.
We all know that seatbelts save lives, but still, there are people who needlessly perish each year simply because they...
For many years, French photographer Réhahn has called Vietnam home. And over the past 7 years, he has worked diligently to do his part in preserving the legacy of the country’s diverse ethnic tribes. For his Precious Heritage project, Réhahn is on a mission to photograph all 54 of Vietnam’s recognized ethnic groups and share the beauty of their rich heritage. According to the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGA), 14.
Photographer Nicolas Bruno is no stranger to a bad night of sleep.
She’s far from the shallow now.