Photographer James Smolka focuses his camera on the faces of epilepsy. What’s revealed is a intimate portrait of those who have learned to cope daily with the neurological disorder.
Not your typical father-daughter portraits.
“There are plenty of amazing severe weather photos out there,” Nicolaus Wegner told BuzzFeed News, “but I wanted to do something a little different.”
Nancy Honey’s 100 Leading Ladies project aims to “transform the perception of what is possible for women to achieve in their lives”.
“Some of the most magical moments in life can come and go in an instant.”
Nearly 12,000 entrants captured images of “cities at work” for this year’s CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year Awards .
The shifting face of the city since 2008.
Rania Matar’s series, A Girl and Her Room bridges cultural gaps and highlights just how similar Middle Eastern and American adolescent girls are.
Original Ideal uses Photoshop and a brain scanner to examine the distance between our appearance and our ideal self.
Artist Hans Eijkelboom candidly photographs the general public across the globe to identify ordinary trends, then presents them in a grid-like fashion in his new book People of the Twenty-First Century. From all denim getups to rollerblading hunks.
Samuel Fosso discovered the art of photography in the Central African Republic in the ‘70s after fleeing war-torn Nigeria as a child. Decades later, his work had to be rescued as conflict tore apart his adopted home.
An exhibition in east London is showing over 200 newly discovered portraits from the early days of photography.
Celebrities have feelings, too. And art exhibitions, apparently.
Photographer Dubinskas Viktoras documented an epic scrum of animals migrating across a Serengeti river.
With photos from the 1860s onwards, Liverpool Then And Now is a gorgeous celebration of the city.
Photojournalist Stephen Shames photographed a group of boys coming of age in New York City’s northernmost borough. From Shames’ gritty new book, Bronx Boys. WARNING: These images may be disturbing to some readers.
Caroline Tompkins’ “Hey Baby” project catches New York City catcallers in the act.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Eunique Jone’s “Because of Them, We Can” photo project celebrates leaders in the Latino community.
The saddest page on the internet.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich announced the winners and some impressive runners-up in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 competition.
Photographic eye-candy from this year’s competition.
Photographer Seth Casteel has taught over 1,500 pups to doggy paddle.
Friends for life: Day one.
Her stunning photos show what love looks like after such a devastating loss.
Now this is a fakecation. Holy cow.