Who needs a DSLR when you have an iPhone?
Photographic artist Jane Long retouched black-and-white photos of Romanians from the early 20th century. The results are spectacular.
New book Cosplay World explores the evolution of costume play, a small curiosity in Japan that became a global phenomenon.
Deborah Feingold has shot everyone from Madonna and Prince to Joey Ramone and the Beastie Boys. Here, she talks about the unforgettable images from her new book, Music.
Today marks 175 years since the invention of photography.
Australia’s most beautiful city?
The pair’s photos for Diva Magazine are just as perfect as you would imagine.If not more.
Award-winning photographer Leland Bobbé captures images of New York’s neo-burlesque artists. NSFW.
The rise of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
In 2013, Nancy Borowick’s mum and dad underwent treatment for cancer at the same time. The photographer’s pictures document her parents’ poignant and inspiring journey.
Living history group The Great War Society dressed as the 4th Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment for a First World War centenary ceremony.
These black-and white photos show women working as nurses, firefighters, and soldiers.
This country is not real life.
Here are the winning images from National Geographic Traveler Magazine’s 2014 photography contest, chosen from over 18,000 entries.
British photographer Rebecca Litchfield travelled across the former USSR to capture these remarkable images of decaying public buildings in deserted towns. Taken from the book Soviet Ghosts.
The Imperial War Museum have shared this remarkable collection of iconic World War One art, showing the creative process from sketch to final painting.
Wi-Fi creates some pretty gnarly images. H/t The Daily Dot.
This week marks the outbreak of World War I, a century ago. Photographer Peter Macdiarmid brings us closer to history with blended photos from the past.
The children “fight” the monsters with swords and wands.
Weather photographer Kelly DeLay got more than he bargained for when taking a family photo in front of a supercell storm in Guymon, Oklahoma.
A photographer beautifully captured the joy and love felt when her family adopted a child.
This is for your own good.
Photogenic people aren’t born, they’re made. According to this Quora thread.
Dronestagram just raised the bar.
Guess there’s life beyond reality TV after all.
We all know there’s computer trickery in the movies, but you’ll be amazed how much is nothing but pixels!
“Lovers Shirts” is just what it sounds like: a photo project where women pose in their former lovers’ shirts as a part of self-reflection.