Thank you for capturing the spirit of my city. I love Vancouver, and for people who don't live here it can be hard for them to understand. Thank you for making the spirit tangible.
I don’t often publicly respond to messages, but I really appreciated this one. Thanks for the very kind words. It’s been a blast and I’m glad to see that the thrill of living in this great place came across in my photos.
I love this
BeautifulPhotographer Austin Tott in his series Tiny Tattoos.
Amazing, beautiful, poignant
We’re getting closer to our goal to fund 8 projects for kids’ photo education through Donor’s Choose.
We’re not asking for your $$$! Just send a message of thanks and we’ll throw in a buck.
Send a Thanks-O-Gram to Someone You Love (and help us get those kids some cameras)
I love photojojo
As for the sheer number of images overwhelming the medium, which every photo panel seems to devolve into nowadays, I think it’s silly. Writers aren’t complaining that the number of emails on the internet is somehow overwhelming their medium. I think if you can’t tell the difference between art and your friends’ instagram, then you’re probably lacking some basic understanding of the medium.
Adam Magyar is not your average photographer. For one, he built his own camera from scratch.
Adam’s camera captures multiple frames in the span of a second, which he then compiles into these mesmerizing panoramic portraits.
These are mesmerizing.
Proud Wanderer is a creative series by nature and animal photographer Howard Lau, aka HOWLD, that captures the exquisite motion of birds in mid-flight. In the series, Lau creates sensations that viewers are soaring high up in…
These are incredible…