Beautiful collections of photography from the past and today.
Claire Luxton is making waves with her dramatic and daring self portraits.
A highly minimalist resort in Los Cabos that looks like it's from the set of a futuristic movie.
This beautiful bird is the Eurasian Eagle-Owl, a large species of owl with a 6-foot wingspan, and a habitat that reaches across much of Eurasia.
Regular Rain, a series by Visual Scientist shows sidewalk puddles captured in rainbow light, reflecting and refracting in a spectrum of hues.
Lighting steel wool on fire produces a lot of sparks, and can be captured with time lapse photography to create a fascinating cascade of fire. Photographer and teacher Frank Stelges explored this concept at night in Alaska, using a drone to capture the …
It's amazing what such dedication to a craft can produce, and photographer Andrew McCarthy shows us just how far that talent can take you. The image of our moon, below, was patiently stitched together from 100,000 photos.
Erkin Demir combines natural elements with model portraits, turning what could look silly and laughable into something emotional and dreamlike.
It's been really fun to follow Paolo Pettigiani's journey that he calls "Infraland". He's traveled to many parts of the world to showcase places in a new, infrared photography light.
Alberto Seveso's Dark Matter takes his signature ink and brings it to life with fluid photography.
If you thought we could pass up posting about trees in a thick, eerie morning fog, you'd be wrong.
Amanda Queiroz stars in these gorgeous vibrant portraits by artist Maltchique.
Canadian photographer David Johnson has a new take on firework photography, using long exposure to showcase the beauty of the explosions. It has produced some beautiful results.
Artist and photographer Kristina Makeeva has a stunning collection of photos bringing costume and art to Lake Baikal, elevating the subject matter in beautiful ways.
French photographer Vincent Fournier shows us some great angles and perspectives of the Brazilian capital, framing details of the city's unique geography and built environment.