The winners of the iPhone Photography Awards.
Wang Qingsong takes months to stage breathtakingly huge photo murals.
Nagano Toyokazu photographs his daughter, Kanna, on the same road in a variety of situations. The result is waaay too cute to handle.
F**king Photoshop, how does it work? Get ready to shock your eyelids.
John H. White was hired by the Environmental Protection Agency as a freelance photographer for the “Documerica Project.” In addition to taking photos “relating to environmental problems,” he was sent to capture images of “everyday life in the 1970s.”
A backup career in case that whole Olympics thing comes to an end.
A serious ranking from least to most Skrillex-esque.
Move over, all other pugs. Norm is here.
Thanks to photographer Jon Uriarte.
They built a TARDIS from scratch. My mind is blown.
Why not, eh? From the Underdogs series by Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani.
The impact of these images, by photographer Lewis Hine, were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the U.S.
Photographer Kevin Truong has made it his mission to document the gay community in his ongoing series “The Gay Men Project.”
Nature is just wonderful. Inspired by this thread.
Curated for BuzzFeed by Retronaut.
It looks like a mosaic of four different photos. Mindblowingly, it isn’t. (via petapixel.com)
The chunk of cheese in the sky was at its biggest and brightest this weekend. Did you remember to look up?
You are what you eat.
Christopher Moloney is a photographer who visits the real world locations of memorable films and shows. More of his stunning re-creations of those scenes can be found on his blog; these are republished with his permission.
What is it about spying on people on the train — no matter what decade — that’s just so delightful?
These incredible works of art will have you questioning your eyes.
Photographer Daniella Zalcman captured her move from New York to London in these wonderfully chaotic photographs.
The city, as seen from the air. By Jason Hawkes.
Love you, nature.
Twenty news organizations and journalism groups are calling for Beyoncé to let photographers take pictures at her shows.
A newly released book of his photography entitled I Only Want You to Love Me features a cast of look-a-like “Western” models. And by “Western,” Aldridge means white.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield has been tweeting some amazing shots from the International Space Station. As he prepares to come back to Earth, here’s some of his best shots from above the world.