Tag / Photography

    Loading posts...
  • Selfies from the past - header

    Selfies From The Past: Celebrating A Birmingham Community’s Selfies From 40 Years Ago

    A 1979 photography project asked passers-by to take snaps of themselves using a makeshift studio built on a street in a multicultural Birmingham suburb. A new exhibition of the Handsworth Self Portrait images showcases how people interacted with the idea of the ‘selfie’ 40 years ago. Running on weekends from August to October 1979, the…

  • Gonzalo Javier-Header

    The Deserts Of Argentina Take On A Starring Role In This Photographer’s Breathtaking Milky Way Shots.

    Amateur photographer Gonzalo Javier Santile, spent the last two years capturing these rare shots of the galaxy as it arced over deserts in Salta Cafayate, Cordoba Valle de Punilla, Provincia de Buenos Aires and the Rio Negro province. In his pictures, the Milky Way can be admired as it towers over canyons, cacti, bushes, and…

  • MartonMogyorosy_header

    Aerial Photographs Explore the Unique Geometric Patterns of Coastal Barcelona by Márton Mogyorósy.

    Márton Mogyorósy explores the coastal city of Barcelona from above, creating geometric images of the Spanish city’s buildings, shore, and sea. Mogyorósy browses the city via Google Earth to get an idea of the natural and manmade shapes he would like to capture, and then finds these areas with the assistance of a drone. You…

  • Thomas Jorion - Photography

    The Abandoned Grandeur of Crumbling Palaces by Thomas Jorion.

    Whereas many photographers seek to capture beautiful ephemeral moments with their camera lens, French photographer Thomas Jorion is drawn to a more eternal timeline. Using an analog 4×5 camera, Jorion focuses on abandoned places: spaces and structures lost to the nature and time. You can find more of his beautiful work here.

  • Inès-Chtouki-We-Come-From-Another-Universe

    We Come From Another Universe, a photographic series inspired by Hong Kong cinema by Inès Chtouki.

    Inès Chtouki is a self-taught photographer specializing in stylistic imagery. After studying film with a focus on direction and stage direction, she moved to Paris to work as an art director for Wanda and Iconoclast. Driven by her fascination for Asia and Hong Kong cinema, she started to apply these cultural influences to her personal…

  • Petros-Koublis-Header

    In Dreams: Photography by Petros Koublis.

    Petros Koublis is a Greek photographer known for a wide range of minimalist and dreamlike images. The series “In Dreams” combines certain details of peaceful landscapes with images of animals such as birds, deer, and horses. Each photo conveys a fascinating atmosphere caused by scenes full of silence and grace. You can find more of…

  • Jess-Bell-Header

    Photographer Jess Bell capturing unique and artistic images of animals in action.

    Jess Bell is a Canadian photographer with a flair for capturing unique and artistic images of animals in action. She recently organized some of her very talented dog-owning friends to participate in colored powder photo shoots in order to experiment with a new technique she wanted to try out. These colors and dynamic swirls are…

  • Myoung Ho Lee-header

    Treesframed by South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee.

    Myoung Ho Lee is a South Korean artist and photographer. By using a simple backdrop, Myoung Ho Lee separates various trees from their natural environments. The photographs were taken with a 4×5 camera. The long-standing “Tree” series depicts a wide range of tree species during different seasons and times of the day. This way, the…

  • Mystical-Neil-Burnell

    Mystical Photos of the Enchanting English Forests of Wistman’s Wood.

    British photographer Neil Burnell captures striking environments void of human subjects, often traveling to remote areas far outside of civilization. His ongoing series Mystical takes a look at the fairytale-like atmosphere created by the thick fog, gnarled trees, and moss-covered stones of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor, Devon, England. You can find more of his work…

  • The Long Journey_Kevin

    Photographer Kevin Krautgartner has been traveling thousands of miles for his series “The Long Journey”.

    German photographer Kevin Krautgartner has been traveling thousands of miles to different places for various photo projects. During this time, he passed many types of terrain and explored lots of remote areas ranging from swamplands to highlands, from lava fields to rivers. At a height of about 150 meters, he often documented his journeys from…