Selected from more than 9,200 entries, a photo of a woman spotlighted by the glow of her phone on a crowded train was chosen as the grand-prize winner of the 2014 National Geographic Photo Contest. The photo, titled “A Node Glows in the Dark,” was shot by Brian Yen of Hong Kong.Read More
From pilgrims making perilous progress 14,000ft up in the Himalayas to cave divers exploring the cenotes of Mexico, from the bleak beauty of skeletal trees to the warm tones of Himba jewelry and colourful bands of rock in Northumberland, and from bicycle adventures in Norway to the lives of honey-hunters in Bangladesh, the winning images in the 2014 international Travel Photographer of the Year awards give a glorious view of life on this planet.Read More
The 2015 Lavazza Calendar has been produced together with Slow Food, it features twelve breathtaking pictures by renowned US photographer, Steve McCurry, and creative direction by Armando Testa - is a photographic journey through the stories of everyday heroism of the Earth Defenders: women and men who every day defend their land and their projects in Africa with courage and devotion.Read More
History can be written – or photographed. For 100 years now, famous photographers from around the world have been capturing once-in-a-lifetime moments with their Leica camera. Moments that remain unforgettable.
Perhaps the most famous of all timeless, iconic photos can be seen in our film. So go on a journey through time with Leica. With impressive pictures that you can rediscover every time you view them. And which you will never forget.Read More
Oleg Oprisko is a fine arts photographer known for shooting on medium format film and putting a shoot in place from beginning to end by himself (make-up, wardrobe, props). Each of his photographs has 2 great stories behind them: how it was conceived and what is transmits.Read More
One cannot talk about Kirsty Mitchell’s Wonderland serie, without speaking about the story behind it. And that’s exactly how it should be, especially since the artist intended the photographs to be a visual storybook. The style is overwhelming and easily recognizable as such.Read More
Surrealist photographs of Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Andre Breton, Brassai, Salvador Dali, Philippe Halsman, Andre Kertesz and Hans Bellmer are considered giants of art with their disorienting and exquisite creations, advancing the cultural movement that began in the early 1920s.
Recently the ambition to resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality evolved to new levels. We have selected the leading contemporary surreal photographers that proof that visual art has no boundaries and the world of dreams and the unconscious is alive.
Enjoy our selection of surreal photographers that push the boundaries of creativity, surprise and imagination. We welcome your suggestions on new additions.Read More
Rehahn is a French photographer focusing on portraits whose goal is to meet the 54 different minorities of Vietnam and to discover the unknown spots in the country. Vietnam, A mosaic of contrasts introduces the viewer to a variety of colors, ages, expressions and emotions. Take a moment to see Vietnam through Rehahn's lenses. You won't regret it.Read More
Vichaya Pop is a Thai photographer who focuses on the subtle everyday realities of the South-Eastern Asia rural area. Even though information about the photographer are hard to get by, photographic enthusiasts like yourself might have already stumbled on his workRead More
Mikko Lagerstedt is a self-taught fine art photographer from Kerava, Finland. He love capturing alluring night sky visuals, simplistic landscapes and fleeting moments through professional techniques.Read More
Michael Kenna is one of the most influential landscape photographer of his generation, photographing for 50 years, best known for his black & white landscapes. Often working at dawn or during the night, he has concentrated primarily on the interaction between the ephemeral atmospheric condition of the natural landscape, and human-made structures and sculptural mass.Read More
Akos Major is a Hungarian freelance graphic designer that likes Turkish food, wooden instruments and has a strong passion for photography. He is known to have said that one must be open to change and not get stuck in one thing for too long. These seem like ideal traits for someone pursuing minimalist photography.Read More
Cornel Pufan's black and white photography will draw in the viewer, introducing them to the high emotional investment the artist has made in the series. The mist and the fog are not elements that spawn curiosit, but rather elements that give poignant weight to the landscapes.Read More
Among the winners of this Photography Awards, now at the seventh edition, there are some gorgeous examples of the right moment what can result when human ingenuity and favorable circumstances harmonize in a photo: fascinating architecture, wonderful landscape, uniqu wildlife and mysterious portraits to produce a splendid selection. This concept has been celebrating the creativity of the iPhone users since the first iPhone has inspired, excited and engaged the users worldwide.Read More
Dan Desroches is a passionate photographer Montreal Canada. Fascinated about unique landscapes and breathtaking seascapes in particular, his stunning imagery of beaches, islands and resorts combines both creativity and emotions. Despite being a self-taught photographer, trough this interview, Dan shares both aesthetic aspects of his artwork and practical advice on how to create a compendium of excellent images, like the ones he shares below.Read More
Patrick Di Fruscia is an Award Winning Fine Art Landscape and Nature Photographer, constantly searching for those transcendent moments when the Perfect Light embraces nature in all its splendor. His work assures us: This is merely the beginning of a long and dedicated quest to capture the magnificent and unique beauty of Nature as Di Fruscia can. His desire to record the beauty of nature became insatiable and the camera became the perfect “voice” for his intense love.Read More
Andy Lee is a Welsh photographer that has started the trade more obsessively about ten years ago. His Blue Iceland collection takes the onlooker into a quest filled with overwhelming emotions and surprising reactions.Read More
Pawel Kucharski surrenders his spare time and his passion to his exquisite hobby: photography. A seeker of fleeting moments, trying to grasp what he considers to be transient, ephemeral: light, mood and atmosphere. Besides being featured in Foto Kurier, Digital Camera World and National Geographic, Kucharski has received recognition in several international competitions concerning photography, such as the Gold Medal and an Honorable Mention at the German International DVF - Photocup 2013.Read More
Lara Zankoul is a Lebanese conceptual photographer that first entered the photography scene in 2008. Graduating from the American University of Beirut with a Masters in Economics, Zankoul turned to photography as a way to escape the everyday life. She has been present at several local and international exhibitions such as the 2011 Women’s Art Exhibition (Lebanon) and the 2013 edition of the Festival Photomed (South of France). She has also won an award in the 2011 Shabab Ayyam Photography Competition.Read More
Brandt’s pictures of African wildlife are daring: he does not use a telephoto lens, but rather ventures up close to these untamed and dangerous animals. His photos are not purely documentary. Brandt wishes to translate the features of the animals, as well as their spirits, into the photograph.Read More