Australian photographer Jay Weinstein was wandering the streets of Bikaner, India one day in 2013, when he encountered a man standing by some motorbikes. Initially, Weinstein was hesitant to approach the interesting stranger. Then the man yelled, “Take my picture too!” Weinstein responded with the simple imperative “Smile!” With that, the so i asked them to smile series was born from a chance joyful encounter.
Photographer Edas Wong has a knack for capturing the subtle—and accidental—harmonies that happen in the world.
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. Born and raised in the far east Russian republic of Sakha, also known as Yakutia, Vasilyev once dreamed of traveling to exotic locations for his photography. But he quickly realized that in Yakutia—the coldest region of Russia—there was plenty of magic to be discovered.
Joan Ruppert's father passed away when she was just a child, but thanks to a shoebox full of negatives, she's...
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. His portfolio features random people, animals, objects, and advertisements that interact with each other in often humorous ways. In one scene, a giant man appears ready to chow down on a group of tiny people standing in a line on a diving board.
For Dr. Artyom Tonoyan, the need to be politically active started at a young age.
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 the scene, camera in hand. What she found was a surreal and magical scene. As Venice filled with water, its citizens sprung into action and came together as a community to ensure safety for everyone. And as the waters kept tourists at bay, the normally crowded streets and squares fell silent.
Cellphone use is a staple of modern living; but, around the world, it's becoming all too apparent that people are...
What started as a way to make sense of chaos has transformed into a tribute.