There’s a reason that ghost towns are empty. Maybe a nearby precious resource, like oil or gold, was wholly depleted. Perhaps it was a natural disaster or a manmade one. The highway was rerouted, or the river diverted. Maybe disease struck, or famine. Source: These Photographers Capture the Haunting BeautyRead More →


Amanda Driggers is born, raised, and permanently based in the south. See below for more images from her series “J’Ouvert” accompanied with quotes written by Amanda accounting her experiences while photographing. “There’s a slight chill in the air – the nostalgic kind – it brings an excitement that’s masking anxiety”Read More →

Dimitris Ladopoulos ( previously ) creates random geometric patterns based on four-sided-forms by implementing an algorithm in the 3D animation program Houdini. The resulting designs look like intricate circuitboards or miniature architectural models, and include networks of gilded elements that glisten despite their digital composition. Source: Landscapes of Glistening DigitalRead More →

The Doors of London is an ongoing project by British photographer Bella Foxwell. She travels around London, taking pictures, as the name suggests, of peoples’ front doors and her photos look like something straight out of a fairy tale. Source: This Woman Captures The Most Beautiful Doors Of London AndRead More →

Joaquín Lucas has created a colourful universe, inspired by Wes Anderson’s colour palette. In his gallery, he mixes nature with architecture and presents stripped-down compositions filled with bright and inspiring tones. More: Source Source: Photographer Joaquín Lucas Has Created A Colourful Universe, Inspired By Wes Anderson’s Colour PaletteRead More →

The series “Watching, contemplating, meditating” by photographer Joffrey Persia echoes a contemporary need that is often pressing: that of breaking out of time to refocus oneself and live symbiosis with the environment. At 26, he is now completely devoted to his art. Source: The beautiful and peaceful Joffrey Persia’s photographsRead More →

Most people have their own preference when it comes to organizing things they own, but if you spend too much time and feel particularly happy doing it, is it because you are obsessed with organization? Today, we are showcasing 15 photos that showcase an obsession with organizing items from foodRead More →

When visiting the lovely country of France, Calais might not be one of the prioritized places for the casual tourist. Calais is an industrial seaport and city located in northern France, part of the Opal Coast with scenic cliffs and dunes. Source: The Fields of Calais: An Analogue Travelogue byRead More →

The photographer’s images of clothes billowing in the wind are currently on view at Julie Saul Gallery. Source: Sally Gall’s “Heavenly Creatures”Read More →

Some personal news: I no longer plan to spend my golden years tending a kooky olive oil shop in Arizona, as was the plan last week. Instead, I will be retiring to this sloth retirement home in Wales. Source: I’m Retiring to This Sloth Retirement HomeRead More →

Beautiful travel photographs and images printed on recycled old suitcases. “Memory Suitcases” ongoing project by talented Israeli artist Yuval Yairi. Also check out: Portable Suitcase Cities Source: Memory SuitcasesRead More →

Portrait photography is hard. So here are three videos with some tips to help you avoid some of the most commonly made mistakes in portrait photography.Read More →

The post Black and White in the Outdoors: Learning to see in Monochrome appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by David Shaw. To determine when black and white is the best option in nature photography, you need to learn to see your scene in black and white.Read More →

“ Everything is beautiful, even the ugly,” observes Sail, an artist operating under the curious handle, “Useless Arm.” His paintings are as moody as they are playful, depicting solitary figures bedecked in flowers and masks and pierced by arrows. Source: Shadowy Magical Realism in the Artwork of Sail (Useless Arm)Read More →

You might have seen countless videos about travel photography tips online. Most of them touch on more or less the same stuff, which is either fairly obvious or pretty banal. Here’s a 17-minute video about travel photography tips that I’d consider fairly unusual. Source: 7 Travel Photography Tips You Don’tRead More →

“ Homage to Humanity ” is a recently completed project by photography Jimmy Nelson and his team who visited 34 indigenous cultures in five continents and took some really impressive photos of the isolated tribes around the world. Source: Stunning Photos of Isolated Tribes Around The WorldRead More →

Russian photographer Eduard Gordeev (previously) is a big fancier of inclement weather and ancient architecture. We picked up 34 great pictures of Saint Petersburg from the series of photos called ‘Rain in the city’. More: Source Source: Rainy Saint Petersburg In Photographic Artworks By Eduard GordeevRead More →

Around 14 years ago, the photographer Bill Bamberger came across a basketball hoop in Nags Head, North Carolina, while he was driving down the coast in his home state. There wasn’t anything particularly special about it, but he liked how the yellow of the hoop post matched the bright shuttersRead More →

Ka-Man Tse, from narrow distances (all images courtesy the artist and Aperture Foundation) A half-dressed drag queen takes her smoke break on the rooftop of a Hong Kong skyscraper. Her pantyhose stay on, but her thigh-high red leather boots are quickly coming off. Source: Fantasy and Reality Collide in Ka-ManRead More →

Du Toit lives in Paris, and works predominantly in fashion and beauty—shooting campaigns for the likes of Chanel as well as recent editorials for Marie Claire France and Marie Claire USA. Du Toit is enchanted by nature, preferring to shoot her subjects in poetic locations like the Bois de Boulogne,Read More →