Since 2012, Romanian photographer David Burlacu has called New York City home. The European transplant has made a name for himself as a sought-after portrait photographer, with his work published in The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Rolling Stone. His insightful images capture the spirit of his subjects, whether they're formally posed portraits or candid street shots. Modern Tribes, his new personal project, examines community-based subcultures and their role in modern society.
Inspired by wet plate portrait photography of the past, photojournalist Michael Bradley‘s Puaki is an examination of the Māori culture.
For over seven years, photographer and self-taught digital artist John Wilhelm has creatively chronicled his kids' lives.
You don’t have to be a pet owner to know that photographing dogs can be tricky. It takes time, patience, and skill to snap artful images of canines. Those who are able to capture such images undoubtedly have a gift—with both photography and animals. Anne Geier is one of these incredible individuals taking gorgeous pictures of dogs—both alone and in groups—that highlight their heart and humanity.
Many people may not consider pigeons to be beautiful birds, but photographer Andrew Garn disagrees.
With today’s technology, it’s easier than ever for photographers to create images that are not only breathtaking but also ignite...
For over 40 years, photographer Sandro Miller has been a heralded figure in the photography world. Clients like Reebok, NBC, Motorola, and Coca-Cola all turn to him for his inspired work as a commercial photographer. But it's his personal, creative projects that have attracted international attention. Working with longtime collaborator John Malkovich, his Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters was an international sensation.
Multi-talented artist Lillian Liu is focused on “creating visual art, music, and education for dreamers.
After spending 30 years traveling around the world, Belgian photographer Serge Anton has certainly seen a lot of faces.
Photographer Franck Bohbot and author Philippe Ungar have joined forces for a project that looks at a niche population of New York City—independent booksellers. As book sales decline and large chains struggle to keep their doors open, the independent bookshop has become a rallying point for literary lovers.
It's been 65 years since the Korean War ended in 1953, which also signifies the last time hundreds of thousands...
Pit bull dogs have an unfair reputation for being an aggressive or violent breed.