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Joy Session: Final Farewell to Faithful Pets Shortly before Putting Down It's the moment every pet owner dreads that when the time comes when they have to say a final goodbye to a faithful friend. These beautiful yet heart-breaking end-of-life snaps are meant to highlight ... May. 20, 2016
One Day Young: Touching Portraits of Women on Their First Day As Mothers There is always a saying that, being a mother will let you completely understand what your mother did and do for you. After giving birth to her second child, editorial photographer Jenny Lewis ... May. 09, 2016
Before They Past Away: Aesthetic Photos of Tribes Around the World Aiming to become a guest of 31 "secluded and visually unique" tribes, British photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to document thirty-five of some of the most fantastic indigenous cultures ... May. 06, 2016
Retracing Our Steps: Photographing Former Residents Returning to Evacuated Homes Near Fukushima If you are living somewhere hot and peaceful now, can you imagine if everything you ever knew disappeared forever? Your home, your school, your office, cinema, hospital, 7-11 or Wal-Mart, all of which were gone and might never to be returned to again ... Mar. 25, 2016
Bringing out the true personality and very best in every person ​Las Vegas portrait photographer Lisa Holloway won first place in the NEWBORNS 2015—3rd Annual International Photo Contest in Newborn Photography and also scored three Honorable Mentions. Mar. 22, 2016
Love Has No Boundaries: Capturing the Meaning of Love in 100 World Kisses Ignacio Lehman, an unknown young man, who one day had an idea, initiative and great enthusiasm to embark on a photo project of kisses in different cities in the world. Without any plans but only with camera and notes, he captured the kisses ... Mar. 18, 2016
5th International Exhibition of Photography PHOTO EMOTION 2016 Photographers from all over the world have the right to participate. Deadline: May 24, 2016 Mar. 16, 2016
Celebrating International Women's Day—10 Great Female Photographers (Part I) One of the ways to celebrate March 8th, the International Women’s Day, is to honor women in arts. Today they’re securing a more equal place on the contemporary art scene slowly but surely, and it goes without saying that women helped shape art history. Mar. 08, 2016
These hair-raising yet humorous scenes leave viewers in anxious anticipation Photographer aron Tilley and Director Kyle Bean were asked to create a supporting series of visuals that would aptly express a feeling of expectant and disquieting dread. Mar. 03, 2016
5 Tips for Travel Photography in China Is China one of your destinations to travel? If yes, the passage is more than useful for you to make preparations and take wonderful photos. Feb. 24, 2016
Candid moments of love between couples in public Love is a beautiful thing. Kisses stolen here and there, in public or in private—it is the simple moments of affection that warm our hearts. Feb. 24, 2016
Big Dream: Portrarying Rituals of Gambling at the Keirin Races After the documentary series "The Keiring Academy", there is another project titled “Big Dream”, which is a Keirin-specific betting term. It is one of the three projects that came out of photographer's trip in Japan ... Jan. 21, 2016
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication Marsel van Oosten has been confirmed as the overall winner of the 2015 international Travel Photographer of the Year awards (TPOTY). The Dutch photographer beat entrants from over 110 countries to scoop the top prize and the title of Travel Photographer o Jan. 07, 2016
All About Photo Awards: The Mind’s Eye The first ever All About Photo Awards invites photographers from around the world to unfold their visual emotions. In reference to Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photo essay, The Mind’s Eye outlines depth and thoughts behind each image. Jan. 05, 2016
We May Have Met Before—Chinese Contemporary Photography “Fragmentary” might be a way to describe our collective visual and psychological experience in these times, but it is also caused by the chaos of Chinese social transformation. These artists edit their personal contexts through photography, in order to re Dec. 15, 2015
You are beautiful! How would you react if someone told you that you’re beautiful? 18-year-old Shea Glover, a high school student from Chicago, performed a very interesting social experiment to find out. Dec. 07, 2015
Care About Deeply: Two Sides to Everyone Hug Thai photographer Patcha Kitchaicharoen has tugged at the heartstrings with a moving project dedicated to the people closest to her in an emotional photography series entitled Care About Deeply ... Nov. 27, 2015
A photo is a capsule which contains my own sentiments Maksim Dondyuk is a 31-year-old Ukrainian photographer. He rose to fame because of his project dedicated to the tuberculosis pandemic that he worked on for two years, and he has been announced as the overall winner of Professional category in Fine Art Pho Nov. 27, 2015
An uninvited guest in the backyard Many wildlife photographers love to travel to far-off places to capture animals the rest of us rarely see. But as Richard Peters proves, you don't even have to leave home to create amazing photographs and win big prizes. Nov. 04, 2015
Steinholt—Christopher Taylor Photography Exhibition Christopher's images do not serve as documentaries or narratives. The silence and space they offer up to us need not rely on anything else beyond their naked, beautiful existence in order to be meaningful and to elicit emotions. Oct. 28, 2015
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