Portrait Photography

March 23, 2023

Charming Animal Portraits of Farm-ilies Across North America

When living on a farm, animals are more than just companions, they're also part of the family. British Columbia-based photographer Tasha Hall captures this special bond in her Farmily series of portraits, which feature the horses, dogs, chickens, and other animals from farms across North America. In each of these charming photos, the inhabitants of the farm pose together in a formal portrait set against the backdrop of the scenic places they call home.

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March 11, 2023

Dad Shares the Hilariously Ingenious Way He Gets His Kids to Smile for a Picture

Imagine that you're trying to take the perfect photo of your child, and they're supposed to flash their biggest, brightest, and most natural smile. But, more often than not, what ends up coming out on camera is something forced. Many of us have been there. Author and designer Adam Perry has developed his own trick when photographing his son, and the results speak for themselves.

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February 3, 2023

Photographers Collaborate With Disney To Create Princess Dolls Through a Diverse Lens

Regis and Kahran Bethencourt of CreativeSoul Photography are storytellers who use portraiture to center and uplift the beauty of Black girls. We’ve marveled at their beautiful imagery throughout the years, and now, their creativity has entered a new realm. A series of their photographs have been translated into dolls as part of an exciting collaboration with Disney. The CreativeSoul Doll Collection reimagines what a classic Disney Princess would look like through a diverse lens.

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December 12, 2022

Photographer Captures Portraits of ‘Grandma Divers’ Who Free Dive Deep Into the Sea [Interview]

A group of women in the Korean province of Jeju dives deep beneath the water to collect seafood and other aquatic treasures. Known as Haenyeo (meaning “sea women”) they are part of a tradition that dates back to 434 CE. But they aren’t young people, as you might expect from a group who routinely conquers depths between 32 and 65 feet and can hold their breath for up to two minutes.

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