Beautiful Slavic Folklore With Julia Galimova

Another photography event has happened in Russia with famous Russian models Julia Galimova and Ekaterina Soboleva. The photographer that made these amazing photos was Andrey Yakovlev and he did his best to display a beauty of Russian Slavic folklore with a help of his Art-director Lili Aleeva and hair Stylist Oxana Zavrzina. All in all we can say they did the right scene and the whole photography set really has that Slavic folkish touch to it. Enjoy these amazing photos and make sure to visit Slavic rural areas when you drop by because there’s a hidden beauties in them. Continue »

Fascinating Ballet Self-Portraits While Airborne By Mickael Jou

Mickael Jou is a talented 31-year-old Taiwanese-French-American photographer and dancer who currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Mickael has combined his love of photography with his talent as a dancer to create a magical series of self-portraits for his 365 project. He has been dancing since he was 18 and says he can now combine his love of photography with dance. Continue »

Photographer Sandro Casutt Took The Amazing Snaps Of The Andromeda Galaxy

The Andromeda Galaxy, the nearest major galaxy to the Milky Way, can be seen shining above a remote village in Switzerland. The cinematic images convey the beauty of the galaxy gleaming above the picturesque Swiss mountains. Photographer Sandro Casutt took the amazing snaps in different seasons throughout the year, from his home valley of Vals, Switzerland. Here: A view of the sky from the Zervreila Mountain Lagoon in Switzerland. Continue »

The Secret Lives Of Star Wars Villains


Photo by David Gilliver/Barcroft Images

Tiny Storm Troopers and a mini Darth Vader are captured doing everyday activities – from taking a bath, to wrapping presents. Scottish Artist and Photographer, David Giliver created these scenes over a period of two years using toys and miniature props. Here: Two storm troopers lie in a bath. Continue »

US Vogue’s Top Fashion Editor Works With Photographers To Inject Style With Sci-Fi And Fantasy

US Vogue’s top fashion editor works with photographers to inject style with sci-fi and fantasy. A new book, “Stoppers: Photographs from My Life at Vogue” by Phyllis Posnick and Vogue’s chief editor, Anna Wintour, highlights the results.

Guido Palau wigs for the Costume Institute’s show Punk: Chaos to Couture, May 2013. (Photo by Patrick Demarchelier/Condé Nast) Continue »

The Best 100+ Reuters Photographs Of The Year 2016

Dairy cows nuzzle a barn cat as they wait to be milked at a farm in Granby, Quebec July 26, 2016. (Photo by Christinne Muschi/Reuters) Continue »

Ukrainian Mum Reveals Her Quintuplets In Heart-Warming Photo Series

37-year-old Oksana Kobeletskaya from Odessa had surprised Ukraine by giving birth to 5 babies on July 24th, 2016 in city maternity centre. A birth of quintuplets is believed to be a unique case for Ukraine. After an easy pregnancy she successfully delivered two girls and three boys via c-section. Continue »

Horribly Happy Holidays: Stereotypical And Sarcastic Family Photography By Max Siedentopf

Max Siedentopf is a talented photographer, filmmaker and visual artist, who was born and grew up in the savannah of Namibia to German parents. He has then lived in Berlin, Los Angeles and currently based in Amsterdam. For his latest “Horribly Happy Holidays” series, Max captured stunning sarcastic photography, using sculpted watermelons. Continue »

“Blow Job”: Strong Air To Face Photoshooting By The Photographer Tadas Cerniauskas

Lithuanian photographer Tadas Cerniauskas (previously) invited hundreds of people to have their pictures taken… while a wind machine was blasted into their faces. His name for the endeavour? ‘Blow Job’. A ho ho ho, indeed. The still images that came from this project were pretty damn impressive in and of themselves – see our picture gallery below – but now that he’s also released a video to accompany the snaps, our jaws have well and truly (metaphorically) dropped. Continue »

Inspirational Portraits Of Working Women By The Photographer Chris Crisman

A truck driver, butcher and firefighter are some of the subjects in the latest project by the photographer Chris Crisman. This series portrays women at work and focuses on occupations traditionally seen as male dominated.


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Firefighter Mindy Gabriel, from Upper Arlington, Ohio. Continue »

National Geographic Unveils Its 50 Most Beautiful Travel Photos Of 2016’s

Curated from 91 photographers, 107 stories and a whopping 2,290,225 photos, National Geographic has unveiled its top 50 images of 2016. From Russian roof-toppers risking their lives to the atrocities of war, here are some of the most extraordinary moments captured in 2016.

In Alaska, a mother grizzly and her cubs cause a “bear jam” on Denali’s 92-mile-long Park Road, open to private vehicles only five days each summer. Photograph by Aaron Huey Continue »

12-Year-Old Christopher Walken In Clown Makeup Will Make You Hate Clowns A Little Less (Or Will It?)


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Christopher Walken has been acting since 1953, when he was just 10 years old. Ever the entertainer, young Christopher also enjoyed the creepy art of clowning. These photos were taken in 1955, and even if you’re not afraid of clowns, knowing this kid would grow up to torture and kill Eric Stoltz in “The Prophecy” makes the whole situation a tad unnerving. Continue »

Impressive Color Photos Of 60’s Women Fashion Taken By Norman Parkinson

In a career that spanned seven decades, Norman Parkinson (1913 – 1990) dazzled the world with his sparkling inventiveness as a fashion photographer. His long association with Vogue, and his numerous assignments for Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country and other international magazines, brought him worldwide recognition. His impulsive and unstructured style changed forever the static, posed approach to fashion photography, while his enchanting, idiosyncratic persona charmed his sitters and projected an alluring and glamorous public image. Continue »

Magical Photos Of Budapest At Christmas Time

For photographer Rizsavi Tamás, photography is a way to capture an ephemeral moment. It’s a way to compare old and new, remember days gone by, and reveal the magic found within a city. And what better city to do that in then the jewel box known as Budapest! Continue »

Funny Photographs Of People Surprised In Their Privacy

Czech photographer ‘Fotograf bez talentu’ (Less talented Photographer) offers us a funny series entitled Unexpected Visit. In monochrome portraits his models play the surprise of being disturb in their privacy. That gives a humorous result. Continue »