As the world becomes more interconnected and globalized, more and more small indigenous groups all over the world are disappearing, assimilated into larger nearby cultures. Photographer Jimmy Nelson has set out to capture pictures of as many of these groups as he could manage to meet over a ...
Lately I’ve found myself shooting ‘wide open’ a lot (with a wide open Aperture). It all started with my purchase of a Leica M9P which I bundled with a couple of f1.4 lenses. Like many Leica shooters I tend to gravitate to shooting at wide open apertures which are both challenging to shoot at (as […]
The strangest sights in the universe could be right in front of you -- if you could only see at a small enough scale. The microscopic universe is full of beautiful and terrifying sights, including monsters and treasures.
Travel photographer Peter Stewart wanted to explore a different angle of Hong Kong. So he created “Stacked – Hong Kong,” a collection of long-exposure architectural photos that capture the vertical view of the city’s high-rise apartments. Stewart takes the unvaried high-rises and their repetitive exteriors and turns them into beautiful, colorful patterns. Stewart told The […]
This week photographers around the world pointed their cameras at the night sky and photographed the Lunar Eclipse. Here’s just a few shots shared on 500px and Flickr in the last 24 hours – enjoy! Blood Moon April 15, 2014 by Sean Bagshaw on 500px Total Lunar Eclipse by Sean Parker on 500px Blood Moon …
These surreal photos from the past aren’t just must-see strange photos. They prove that things around us will always change. 50 years from now, life as we know it today may be completely unrecognisable.
Earlier this week, the World Photography Organisation unveiled the finalists for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. The images were selected from 139,544 submissions by photographers in 166 countries (the highest number of entries in the awards' seven-year history), and they are characteristically superb.
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