Photographer Edas Wong has a knack for capturing the subtle—and accidental—harmonies that happen in the world. Armed with a camera, he keeps his eyes peeled and documents the time when two disparate subjects come together to form one clever scene.
Senior citizens seem like unlikely sources of statement-making style; but as Andria Lo and Valerie Luu show in their book...
Russian photographer Alex Vasilyev continues to explore his own surroundings thanks to two ongoing series, My Dear Yakutia and Sakhawood.
Joan Ruppert's father passed away when she was just a child, but thanks to a shoebox full of negatives, she's been able to learn more about his life as a young man. Taken when he was just out of high school, these pictures show a passion for photography and are an incredible glimpse at life in Chicago just before World War II.
Dylan Scalet grew up seeing his grandfather Jack Sharp‘s photography around the house.
Photographer Anthimos Ntagkas, aka Daganth, has a penchant for being in the right place at the right time.
For Dr. Artyom Tonoyan, the need to be politically active started at a young age. Growing up in Soviet Armenia, he saw firsthand how protests could bring a wave of change. So as an avid photographer, it only made sense for him to hit the streets as protests against the police brutality that resulted in the murder of George Floyd took hold across Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Creative duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís find wonder in seemingly ordinary places.
While most of the world watched from afar as record floods washed across Venice, photographer Natalia Elena Massi raced to...
Cellphone use is a staple of modern living; but, around the world, it's becoming all too apparent that people are consumed by their mobile devices, even while taking a stroll outside. Some cities in China and Europe have designed “texter sidewalks” just to clear pedestrian traffic jams. If you're not in one of those uniquely designed spaces, though, seeing groups of people with their heads down is an all-too-familiar sight.
What started as a way to make sense of chaos has transformed into a tribute.
When you think of New York City, the first image that probably pops into your head is crowd city street...