While walking through the Jonas Winter Storm that swept across the East Coast last week, photographer Michele Palazzo captured this incredible shot of the Flatiron Building against a backdrop of swirling snow. With the exception of a few minor details like logos and a food cart, the image looks
Determined to find a destination where he could photograph a completely dark sky, Russian photographer Daniel Koran traveled to the Altiplano region of west-central South America, an area known for its absolute darkness, and which rises 12,300 feet above sea level. While here, Koran captured the
Some of you might remember Peter Adams-Shawn, whose eye-reflection wedding photos we covered last year. Well, still your beating hearts, because Adams-Shawn has also been taking ring-reflection wedding photos, although he says it's much more difficult. Called Ringscapes, Adams has been experimenting with such shots since 2012.
Over the last few years we've seen several series where people use toys, pets, and unwitting significant others as props to liven up their travel photos. Photographer Jorge Saenz decided to pounce on the idea with his "#dinodinaseries" that incorporates a small herd of plastic din
In what could easily have been snapshots of a normal day at the beach or a hike through the woods, these photos by Nicolas Bouvier (previously) portray figures exploring the Pacific Northwest in stark, mysterious contrast. The French art director and concept designer is a master of teasing unusu
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