Photographer Adam Opris of Adam Opris Photography has been making a splash with his underwater photography for the last four years. “I used to see photos of underwater worlds in the Amazon River from divers and was always drawn to them,” Opris, who is based in South Florida, told The Huffington Post. Show More Summary
Optical illusions using glass and water have always been popular with photography. Whether it’s reflections of objects on top of each other or the world seen through a water droplet, it’s a fascinating subject. So, it’s no wonder that so many photographers want to give it a try. One such photographer is Brazilian born Alexandre Watanabe, also [...]Show More Summary
German photographer Bernhard Hartmann has encapsulated the old world charm of the Cuban capital in a stunning new photography book simply entitled, Havana.
Dr. Oscar Ruiz of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center won top honors today at the annual Nikon Small World competition with this image of a four-day-old zebrafish. The story of why he took it is as fascinating as the image. Show More Summary
The Natural History Museum's annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is one of the most prestigious photography contests in the world. This year's winners were awarded last night at the Natural History Museum in London. The competition received over 50,000 entries from 95 different countries. Show More Summary
Shooting film is often seen as more of a novelty these days. Once, it was just the way photography was done. For those who started off in the digital world, the idea of shooting film can feel quite alien. Understanding the different formats and the effect they can have on the image can be difficult [...]Show More Summary
The middle of October during a presidential election year is a really good time to remember not to take the world so seriously. Case in point: The organizers of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards announced the finalists for the funniest animal photograph of 2016. Show More Summary
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards showcases the world’s quirkiest, funniest and cutest animals.
As the world shifts from traditional to digital photography, our desires around printed images that hang on our walls are shifting, too. Digital picture frames were once a thing, but they required consistent and manual updates to keep images fresh. In an era when people are accustomed to sharing photos on Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, and […]
A few weeks back, Aquaman actor Jason Momoa revealed to the world that principal photography on Justice League wrapped in London, but dropped a hint that he still had a small amount of additional shooting to do. It would now appear that Momoa wasn't alone, as whatever the actor had to film in Iceland also apparently included Ben Affleck (Batman). Show More Summary
For two years, I've traveled the globe collecting dreams for my World Dream Atlas photography project. This is an assortment of the most intense nightmares I've encountered this year. There were plenty to choose from.
Have you ever done macro photography? If you have, there is little doubt that your first experiences with it were magnificent. What a cool aspect of photography! If you haven’t, give it a go and experience the world up close and super personal. Show More Summary
Anthony Hernandez has his first career retrospective, at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, a rising power in the photography world.
“The greatest gift is the passion for reading. It is cheap, it consoles, it distracts, it excites, it gives you knowledge of the world and experience of a wide kind. It is a moral illumination.” ? Elizabeth Hardwick Stock Sales andShow More Summary
For the Hidden Worlds photo contest, the photography social network Photocrowd asked its users to "look at architecture from a different perspective and reveal places where we can escape or let our imagination run free, whether it’s a personal refuge from the daily grind or an unexplored bit of city infrastructure." Submissions poured in. Show More Summary
Without light, there would be no such thing as photography. But simply having light isn’t enough. Cameras turn our three dimensional world into a two dimensional flat image. Light allows us to bring that third dimension back into our images. In order to do that, we need to know how to read it and how [...]Show More Summary
These breathtaking adventurous photos from this year’s Red Bull Illume Image Quest will get your blood pumping just by looking at them. More than 5,600 photographers around the world participated in the company’s fourth edition of its...Show More Summary
Google Maps is one of the most downloaded apps, and for good reason: It tells us where we're going. But centuries before we had satellite imaging, high altitude photography, or smartphones, people were jumping into ships and measuring distances between land masses to draw maps. Those measurements, of course, made for less accurate maps. Show More Summary
It can be a daunting task when you first start looking for ways to make money in the photography world or find photography jobs. On one hand, there seems to be, and are, many different avenues you can take to achieve an income, but on...Show More Summary
During a memorable photography session, Melissa Donner had the opportunity to help a new family celebrate a special "Gotcha Day" to honor when Adaleigh and Greyson officially joined their new dads, Remington and Tommy Hendrix-Brown, to form their forever family. Show More Summary