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    18-Year-Old John Kraus Takes Mind-Blowing Photos Of Rocket Launches On Florida’s Space Coast

    If you thought you had a cool job in high school, you didn’t. Meet John Kraus, a 18-year-old junior on Florida’s historic space coast whose incredible photography has been published in National Geographic and Wired magazine. When Kraus isn’t attending class, he’s busy working rocket launches at Cape Canaveral as credentialed news media. Wait, what?…

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    Dramatic Aerial Photographs Reveal The Stark Difference Between The Rich And The Poor.

    Photographer Johnny Miller reveal the dramatic divide between rich and poor in cities in Mexico, India and South Africa. The photos are part of his Unequal Scenes project to challenge people’s acceptance of inequality. Finding the best places to shoot drone photography takes Mr Miller a lot of research. “I identify where to take the…

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    Photographer Documents The Beauty of African and Asian Tribes on the Brink of Extinction.

    Photographer Adam Koziol documents the beauty of African and Asian tribes on the brink of extinction. In 2013, during a trip to Borneo, he realized that 3000 years of culture and tradition was doomed to disappear in the years to come. From then on, Koziol decided to start a photographic and documentary project to highlight…

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    Confronting photographs from the 1900s show the struggles of working children before child labor was abolished.

    Photographer Lewis Hine was tasked with being the photographer for the National Child Labor Committee from 1908. Lewis traveled across the country, documenting child labor, and endured constant threats from factory owners as the existence of child labor was supposed to be kept away from the public’s eye. However, Hine persisted, adopting many different disguises…

  • Photos Capturing the Moment Porcelain Figurines Smash on the Ground.

    From a height of three meters, photographer Martin Klimas drops porcelain figurines to the ground, and the sound of their shattering tripped the shutter release. What results are incredible displays of chaotic beauty. You can find more of his work here.

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    Zuzanna Szarek Captures the Golden Arches Troughout Warsaw for Her Series M.

    For her series M, Zuzanna Szarek captures the golden arches troughout Warsaw. According to Szarek, the iconic M of McDonald’s is reminiscent of an oversized monster hovering above the city’s landscape and at the same time representing that American dream that, when she was a child, she hoped to reach. During a childhood spent in…

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    Russian Photographer Maria Lonova-Gribina’s Unique but Morbid Natura Morta Project.

    Russian photographer Maria Ionova-Gribina’s unique but morbid Natura Morta project lets us look into the saddest part of nature’s cycle – death. In these beautiful photographs, the animals (that died naturally) look like they’re sleeping peacefully, with birds dreaming of flight and rabbits of running. You can find more photos on her website.

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    Remote Landscapes and Deserted Buildings Transformed by Colorful Plumes of Smoke

    Clouds of smoke burst upon mountainous terrains, landscapes and deserted buildings. These vibrant, ethereal sceneries are captured by French photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot and are part of their Blossom project. To see more of Chapuis and Pinchot’s work please visit their website and Instagram.

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    New York City in pastels and neon colors captured by French Photographer Ludwig Favre.

    Ludwig Favre is a French photographer. He mainly specializes in major cities and landscapes. During a recent trip to the US, he has shot a series of unique images of New York City. His series shows the city in a great mix of neon colors and kind of lovely pastels. You can find more eye-catching…

  • Nostalgic Photography by French artist and photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond

    Nostalgic photography by French artist and photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond. His photographic work is characterized by a mix of landscapes, architecture, and human beings. His Disparitions series evokes a nostalgic sense of silence. Landscapes and buildings become compelling stage designs for human interactions. You can find more of his work on his website.