Couple Travel To Iceland With A Full Crew For Pre-Wedding Shoot Atop Volcanic Rocks And Glaciers

Photo © by Life Studios Inc

When it comes to their wedding, couples want to make sure that it is captured in the best way possible. But Cici and Clement, a ‘jet-set power couple’ from Canada, decided to start early and travel to Iceland to capture their love in an epic engagement video and photoshoot. Working with Life Studios Inc, a boutique Cinematography and Photography Studio based in Sydney and Vancouver, the couple were given a team of two cinematographers and two photographers. Continue »

Faster. Higher. Stronger: The Most Emotional Photos From The Rio 2016 Olympics Games, Part 3

Germany’s Kira Walkenhorst (L) taps Germany’s Laura Ludwig during the women’s beach volleyball qualifying match between Germany and Canada at the Beach Volley Arena in Rio de Janeiro on August 9, 2016, for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (Photo by Leon Neal/AFP Photo) Continue »

This Stellar Dad Photographs His Astronaut Kid Boldly Going Where No Kid Wants To Go

Photo © by Aaron Sheldon

Photographer Aaron Sheldon’s son originally got the idea to dress up like one of these tough rocketeers when he was afraid during a check-up. But Sheldon took his son’s statement and ran with it. The project took on a bigger meaning when he noticed that a kid’s entire life is like a mini mission to Mars: Their universe is totally alien, and everything they encounter is awe-inspiring. Continue »

‘Underneath We Are Women’ Photo Series Features 100 Women In Lingerie

Photo © by Amy D Herrman / Underneath We Are Women

Underneath We Are Women, by Amy D Herrman, is a photobook which documents ‘100 women, 100 bodies, 100 stories’ – showcasing the diversity of women through honest photography. The aim, Amy says, is to photograph 100 women. The goal? ‘To educate thousands’. Continue »

Faster. Higher. Stronger: The Most Emotional Photos From The Rio 2016 Olympics Games, Part 2

Laura Giombini of Italy reacts during the Women’s Beach Volleyball preliminary round Pool D match against Jamie Lynn Broder and Kristina Valjas of Canada on Day 2 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Beach Volleyball Arena on August 7, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images) Continue »

Spectacular Photos Of The Perseid Meteor Shower 2016 Around The World

A Perseid meteor streaks across the sky above Inspiration Point early on August 12, 2016 in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. The annual display, known as the Perseid shower because the meteors appear to radiate from the constellation Perseus in the northeastern sky, is a result of Earth’s orbit passing through debris from the comet Swift-Tuttle. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) Continue »

Faster. Higher. Stronger: The Most Emotional Photos From The Rio 2016 Olympics Games, Part 1

2016 Rio Olympics, Rugby, Preliminary, Women’s Pool C Canada vs Britain, Deodoro Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on August 7, 2016. Charity Williams (CAN) of Canada is tackled by Danielle Waterman (GBR) of United Kingdom. (Photo by Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters) Continue »

Wife Surprises Husband With Birth Announcement During Adorable Photoshoot

Photo © by Samantha Boos

Brandon Dow got the surprise of a lifetime when his wife, Bri Dow, revealed she was pregnant during a photo shoot her husband thought she had won from their former wedding photographer. The photos of Brandon’s reaction have gone viral on social media. Samantha Boos, the couple’s photographer, told Bri and Brandon to each write three words on a chalkboard that described how they feel about each other. Continue »

Photo Project That Proves Beauty Knows No Nationality


The Ethnic Origins of Beauty” is a photo project by Natalia Ivanova, a Russian photographer and photojournalist. It is dedicated to documenting “the ethnic diversity of mankind, presented through the beauty of women of all ethnic groups of the world.” Continue »

Controversial Photos Inside The Homes Of Russia’s Ultrarich Show The Country’s Problem With Wealth Inequality

Photo © by Lilia Li-Mi-Yan

Russia has greater economic disparity than any other major global power. In 2014, Credit Suisse’s Global Wealth Report said the wealthiest 10% of people in Russia controlled 85% of the country’s wealth. Additionally, the report said 111 billionaires controlled 19% of the country’s total household wealth. This discrepancy is what photographer Lilia Li-Mi-Yan set out to explore in her series “Masters and Servants,” an intimate view of Russia’s elite photographed within their homes alongside their hired help. Continue »

Contrasting Portraits Show How A Smile Can Change Your Perception Of Someone

Photo by Jay Weinstein

During a trip to Bikaner in India, photographer Jay Weinstein was near a train station when a man on the street caught his eye. Weinstein was keen to photograph the man but stopped short due to the subject’s stern and intimidating façade. After avoiding him and proceeding to capture other subjects, the man called out to Weinstein, saying, “Take my picture too!” Continue »

Suicide Squad Star Cara Delevigne Strips Down For A Sexy Photo Shoot

Photo © Simon Emmett / Esquire

“Suicide Squad” is breaking box office records all around the world and model turned actress Cara Delevigne is breaking hearts. Cara Delevigne recently matched up with Esquire for a nude photo shoot and she showed off her seductive side in each and every picture. Continue »

Panoramic Photos That Went Horribly Wrong


These panorama photo attempts failed miserably… and that’s a good thing. Continue »

Awesome Black And White Photographs That Show London Fog From The Early 20th Century


London was covered in “fog” at the beginning of the 20th Century, culminating in the Great Smog in 1952. The Clean Air Act was implemented in 1956, but the fatalities from the Great Smog are said to have reached 12,000. Here’s a collection of 24 haunting black and white photos of London fog from between 1910s to 1950s. Here: 1 July 1907, St Pancras Railway Station. (Topical Press Agency / Getty Images) Continue »

11 Haunting Photos And The Real Stories Behind Them


Inside a Glasgow shipyard. “In the 1990s I lived in Govan, on the south side of Glasgow, near the shipyard. I wanted to grab my own little slice of Glasgow history. These are the shipyards that helped build the city and make its industrial capabilities renowned the world over. There are three yards in Glasgow now. Two are owned by BAE Systems and dedicated to defence. I haven’t tried to get in, but I’ve been told it’s pretty much impossible. The third yard, Ferguson Marine, nearly went into liquidation in 2014. I was 24 and wanted to get into the yards before that world disappeared. I remember being impressed by the monumental scale of it all. Parts of the ship seem quite organic: the blades of the propeller look like the underside of a whale. I shot it on an old Nikon in black and white, as that puts the focus on shapes and sizes. People have asked me if it’s perspective that makes the workers look so tiny. But it’s not. They are to scale”. (Photo by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert) Continue »