New York City Skyline In Stunning Aerial Photos By George McKenzie Jr

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George McKenzie Jr is a freelance photographer, who was born in Georgetown, Guyana and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. George started photography in 2005, he shoots a lot of street, urban and architecture photography. His work has been featured in People Magazine, Jumpman23, Vibe Magazine, Trace Magazine, The Source Magazine and several others. Continue »

Sochi, The Russian Riviera Of 1988 Through The Lens Of Photographer Carl De Keyzer

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Popular among Russian and Eastern European vacationers, Sochi is a resort city on the Black Sea. Carl De Keyzer traveled there during the years just prior to the fall of the USSR and managed to capture the atmosphere of impending transition and change. Continue »

Photographer Nei Valente Creates An Urban Photo Series Of The NYC Newsstands

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Nei Valente is a 27 year old Brazilian designer and street photographer. He is currently living in NYC and working at Brand Union. His latest series, “NYC newsstand”, tries to portray the current reality of the classic New York newsstands and the characters that live in and through them to create the debate about their future in the digital era. The series dialogues with the 1994 Moyra Davey series “Newsstands” that shows a completely different reality and aesthetic. Nei finds that the interesting thing about having a lot of portraits in the same theme is that you can compare and analyze how are they adapting to this new world and observe that while some keep the magazines and newspapers in front, others are giving priority to candies, snacks and souvenirs. Continue »

Pawel Gulewicz Creates Anonymous Street Photography Which Asks Who The People We Pass By Every Day Really Are

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Every day we walk around thinking about our own goals, our issues, our hopes and dreams. Have you ever stopped to think that every single person around you is having the same inner monolog? All these anonymous people have their own hopes, dreams, fears and personalities. Ever wondered what they’re thinking about? This series of photos by Pawel Gulewicz is asking just that question. These people are like shadows to us, they can be seen by us yet can we see who they truly are? Continue »

Ukraine In 1982: Soviet Odessa In Amazing Photographs By Ian Berry

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In 1982 the famous British photographer Ian Berry visited the Ukrainian SSR as a photojournalist. During that trip he made a series of photos of the people’s life in the Soviet city of Odessa. We looked at the Ian’s pictures and picked up the most interesting ones to show you in this post. Continue »

The Obama Wedding Photos Will Remind You Of Better Times

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Though their 24th wedding anniversary was a month ago, we defy anyone to look at these wedding photos of the Obamas and not feel a little twinge. Barack and Michelle married at Trinity United Church in Chicago on October 3, 1992. Continue »

Haunting And Beautiful Portraits Of Native American Peoples From The Early 20th Century

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Edward S.Curtis is an American hero who created one of the most enduring and iconic visual records in the history of the photographic medium, a record that has informed our vision of who we are and where we came from. The images he created during his extraordinary, thirty-year odyssey have touched viewers throughout the world. Today he is believed to be the world’s most widely collected and exhibited fine art photographer. Continue »

Photoshoot Imagines The Little Mermaid’s Wedding In Real Life

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Most Disney movies end with a picture-perfect wedding: The beautiful bride and groom kissing passionately in front of their friendly animal sidekicks while a honey-voiced narrator announces their happiness — ever after. As we Disney fans grow up, though, we’re convinced these fairytale finales don’t exist in real life. Well, we’ve just been proven wrong. In this The Little Mermaid-inspired fantasy shoot for online bridal marketplace Your Cloud Parade, models Traci Hines and Leo Camacho dressed up as the lovebirds from the Disney classic, Continue »

On His Own: Stunning Minimalist Photo Series By The Photographer Paweł Franik

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Paweł Franik is a talented young photographer, filmmaker, motion designer and image maker from Knurów, Poland. Pawel was born on February 22, 1991 and he is currently studies Film and Photography in WST. Continue »

62 Of The Best Photos Of The Supermoon 2016 From Around The World

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A commerical jet flies in front of the moon on its approach to Heathrow airport in west London on November 13, 2016. Tomorrow, the moon will orbit closer to the earth than at any time since 1948, named a “supermoon”, it is defined by a Full or New moon coinciding with the moon’s closest approach to the Earth. (Photo by Adrian Dennis/AFP Photo) Continue »

80’s Young Fashion: Color Photos Of US Teen Girls During The 1980s

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The 1980s is the period of multi-style fashion, especially for young people in the United States. From hairstyles to clothes, everything looked pretty rock. Here below are some fashion styles you could catch in American teen girls in this era. Continue »

Photographer Tracks Down People He Snapped In His Hometown Almost 40 Years Ago To Recreate The Remarkable Images

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Paramedic Chris Porsz spent hours walking around the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (Great Britain) in the late 1970s and 80s, taking candid shots of punks and policemen, siblings and sweethearts, traders and teenagers. More than three decades later, Chris has reconstructed a handful of his favourite photos from his collection. He spent the last seven years tracking down the people in his pictures and persuading them to pose once again. His hard work paid off and he has now published his photos in a new book, “Reunions”. Continue »

This Post Is Dedicated To All The Veterans Past, Present And Future

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“What is absurd and monstrous about war is that men who have no personal quarrel should be trained to murder one another in cold blood.” – Aldous Huxley. Continue »

Photographer Documents Stay-At-Home Dads And Their Kids In Sweden

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Johan Bävman is a talented Swedish photojournalist, who worked as a staff photographer at Sydsvenskan, one of the largest newspapers in Sweden. When Johan‘s son Viggo was born three years ago, he decided to take a deeper look at his country’s extremely generous parental leave policies. Continue »

Haunting Photos Of American Slaves 70 Years After Abolition

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In the 1920s and 1930s, domestic interest in US slavery was rekindled, and as part of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Work Progress Administration, more than 2,000 first-person accounts of slavery were collected, as well as 500 black and white photographs. The collection was compiled in 17 states between 1936 and 1938. Many of the former slaves interviewed were well into their 80s and 90s – some were even past 100. Continue »