Many of us commute on public transportation and wish that the minutes would fly by. Dina Alfasi makes the most of this typically boring experience with her creative pursuits. Based in Israel, she spends plenty of time riding buses or trains to get to her engineering job at a hospital. During these trips, she pulls out her iPhone and captures compelling moments in the everyday lives of strangers.
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.
Photographer Nicolas Bruno is no stranger to a bad night of sleep. When he was just seven years old, he began experiencing sleep paralysis, a disorder in which you are conscious but unable to move. (The episodes are often more intense than that and include hallucinations.) As Bruno grew older and was in high school, his sleep paralysis started occurring every night. He didn’t know what was happening to him and became depressed.
She’s far from the shallow now.
For many years, fine art photographer Kirsty Mitchell captivated us with her enchanting series titled Wonderland.
Photography affords us the opportunity to travel without ever leaving our home. Adventurous souls like Magdalena Bagrianow use their innate sense of curiosity to reveal new corners of the world to viewers. Originally from Poland and now based in the UK, she traveled to India and shot gorgeous portrait photos of the people that live there. Bagrianow spent months initially exploring the country and meeting the residents in their natural environment.
Artists have had a special relationship with the humble house-cat for centuries.
For many creative people, their furry friend doubles as their muse.
Stephanie Smith of Southern Stitched Photography has built her career on capturing special moments for families, be it at weddings or other special occasions. So when her longtime friend Nicole Ham had an idea for a 28th birthday photo shoot, Smith used her talents to create an artful portrait of her pal. This wasn’t your ordinary grown-up style picture, though.
Photographer Randal Ford believes that every animal has a story to tell.
Before the digital age of smartphones and selfies, there was nothing more immediate than a Polaroid.