Spectacular Winning Photos Of The Australia’s 2018 Photographer Of The Year Contest

Australian Photography’s Photographer of the Year is the largest amateur photography competition in the Southern Hemisphere, with photographers competing for a prize pool valued at over $46,000 in cash and prizes in 2018.


Jasmine Vink/Australia’s 2018 Photographer of the Year by Panasonic

A series of striking images of endangered amphibians has won Brisbane ecologist Jasmine Vink the overall title of the 2018 Photographer of the Year, presented by Panasonic. Continue reading »

Surfer Doesn’t Let Polar Vortex Stop Him From Catching Waves On The Great Lakes

While others were inside staying warm during the polar vortex, Daniel Schetter known as “Surfer Dan”, was doing his thing on Lake Superior. Devon Hains of Devon Hains Photography spent some time on the shore documenting Schetter’s latest surfing session. Continue reading »

“Somewhere On Earth”: Mystical And Fascinating Photo Series By Syl Nial

This series reinvents the abstract into sensation, a feeling.

The artist creates the artwork for the audience to recall a specific feeling. You see pictures with creepy yet pure notes.

You wonder: What is it? Are you in a tale? A horror movie? Are you witnessing your life? Caught when you didn’t expect? It could be everyone. Continue reading »

Before Digital Camera Popularity: Studio Portrait Photos Of Beautiful Women In The 1980s

In the mid-to-late 1990s, DSLR cameras became common among consumers. By the mid-2000s, DSLR cameras had largely replaced film cameras. Before it, JMG Photography shot these glamorous photos of beautiful women at his studio from the 1980s. Continue reading »

Outstanding Urban Landscapes Of China By The Daredevil Photographer Hym Chu

Spectacular urban shots by Hym Chu, a talented self-taught photographer, Instagrammer, and street explorer from Guangzhou, China. Hym focuses on architecture, urban, landscape, and rooftop photography. He shoots futuristic and cyberpunk urban landscapes. Continue reading »

“Learning To Fly”: Bodies Flip, Dance, And Stack In Gravity-Defying Images By Rob Woodcox

Fine art and fashion photographer Rob Woodcox works with dancers to create striking images of human bodies pushed past their physical threshold with a bit of creative editing. Impossible feats of the body are achieved in his photography, such as an image of subjects curved in both convex and concave positions while suspended in the air, and another of bodies stacked meticulously in a sort of Tetris-style configuration. Continue reading »

Charming Photos Of Cool Girls Posing With Their Cars In The 1920s

In the 1920s, women posed for photos with their cars all over the world. The photos are charming and capture the days of the very first road trips, gorgeous vintage fashion, and, of course, some fascinating old cars. The most importrant thing that they showed us the roles of women were changing in society, as they became more independent, and gained more and more rights.

These charming snapshots that captured cool girls with theirs cars from the 1920s. Continue reading »

Romanian Photographer Captured Mesmerizing Images Of Bucharest Right After A Night Of Freezing Rain

According to Andrei Rauta: “After a night of freezing rain, I woke up on a crazy and frosty Saturday with the whole city frozen and damaged. This is a very unusual weather event here so it was really a challenge to walk on the streets without ice skates and hoping that no branch will fall on you. Continue reading »

“Tyne Pride And Fall”: Chris Killip’s Photographs Of Britain’s Vanished Industrial Heartlands

Chris Killip’s photographs of shipbuilding on Tyneside show us hulking ships and industrial cranes as backdrops to everyday life in Wallsend and South Shields. The ship Tyne Pride, which he photographed in 1975, was the biggest ship ever built on the river, but also one of the last. Continue reading »

Cool-Tone Urban Scenes In Vibrant Photographs By Juller Many

Juller Many’s gallery is composed of urban scenes, captured from all over the world, and presents empty and disturbing landscapes. His cool-tones pictures create a silent and mysterious atmosphere. Continue reading »

19-Year-Old Student Hides Spy Camera In His Clothing To Take Secret Street Photos In The 1890s

Carl Størmer (1872-1957) enjoyed a hobby that was very, very unusual at the time. He walked around Oslo, Norway in the 1890s with his spy camera and secretly took everyday pictures of people. The subjects in Størmer’s pictures appear in their natural state. It extremely differs from the grave and strict posing trends that dominated in photography during those years. Continue reading »

The Past in Focus: 200 Fascinating Vintage Travel Photographs Are Being Restored

Two-hundred obscure photographs that have been buried in archives around the world are being brought to new life by Diana Metzinger, a young woman from Cleveland, who is restoring the images for her crowdfunding project The Grand Tour which will be running until February 4th on Kickstarter.

A grotto in an iceberg (British Antarctic Expedition, 1911)/National Library of New Zealand

Last year, she chose to unearth 100 rarely-seen historic images for a restoration project entitled The Past in Focus. This campaign received so much positive feedback from backers that Diana decided to release a second edition, as well as create this new project focusing strictly on travel photography. Continue reading »

36 Photographs Of Crazy Optical Illusions That Broke The Internet


The rear end and head and shoulders of Eurasier dogs Tinu and Uno are seen from behind a tree as their handler holds onto their leads during the launch of the Crufts dog show in Green Park, central London, February 24, 2004. (Photo by Natasha-Marie Brown/Reuters) Continue reading »

Look at All These Insane Deep-Sea Creatures Biologist Just Found In White Sea

Fantastic underwater photos by Alexander Semenov, a marine biologist and a professional underwater photographer. Also he is a head of the scientific divers team at the White Sea Biological Station of Lomonosov’s Moscow State University, Russia. The station was founded in 1938 and mostly it was built by enthusiasts who came here because of the amazing atmosphere that had being developed over many years at the station. This is an unusual and unique mix of students energy, serious science and the harsh northern nature. Continue reading »

Stunning Vintage Photos That Capture New York’s Subway Since The ’80s

The Travelers. Brooklyn. Early 1980’s

Legendary New York-based fashion, documentary and street photographer Jamel Shabazz has been scanning the scenes of New York City for about 40 years now, reflecting its lifestyles, moods, fashions, and social struggles. Jamel Shabazz’s work goes far beyond photography, it is pure sociological documentation which has immortalized decades of New York City’s culture. Continue reading »