Photography Archive

Brain Food – Food Photography by Aaron Tilley

Aaron Tilley is a British photographer who specializes in interior and still life photography.He is currently dipping his toes into the delicious realm of food photography. His compositions highlight the texture and shape of food as well as their similarity to various objects such as the human brain, stairs, a foot, and a carpet. Aaron’s […]

Stars and Whiskers – Underwater Photography by Eiko Jones

Eiko Jones is an A-list photographer whose work has been featured in National Geographic, TV Hören und Sehen, Diver Magazine, and Hello Canada. He grew up in New Zealand where his passion for photography was ignited on his fourteenth birthday when he was given his first SLR camera. He started capturing birds and other animals […]

Shooting from the Air – Aerial Wildlife Photographs by Zack Seckler

Zack Seckler is a Brooklyn-based photographer behind these beautiful aerial photographs of Botswana. Zack was in Botswana for a photo shoot when he got it into his head to hop into an Ultralite plane and shoot the abundant wildlife below. He wanted to “see the landscape form a new angle”. Zack said that most animals […]

Optic Macrophotography by Suren Manvelyan

If eyes are truly windows to the soul, then photographer Suren Manvelyan is certainly trying his best to see it. His series “Your Beautiful Eyes” and “Animal Eyes” highlight the basic structures of the eyes. The photos have been featured in National Geographic, Yahoo!, Daily Mail, Wired, and many other popular publications. Suren discovered his […]

Burned Over – Images by Amelia Bauer

Amelia Bauer is the photographer behind the aptly titled series “Burned Over”. Burned Over was shot in the burned-over district in upstate New York. In the series, Amelia used artificial lighting to “act as an outside force” on the landscape. She was inspired by the unseen power and rich history found in the forests of […]

Pucker Up – Dramatic Black and White Animal Photography by Wolf Ademeit

Wolf Ademeit is a German photographer whose dramatic black and white series “Animals” is a far cry from most wildlife photography which focuses on capurting shots of the animals in their natural habitat. Instead, Wolf focused on the facial expressions and poses of his furred and feathered subjects. He said: “Only a few photographers use […]

Blooms – Photography by Paul Lange

Paul Lange is a highly acclaimed New York City photographer whose work has graced the pages of prestigious publications such as The New York Times, Vogue, Mademoiselle, and Glamour. He specializes in editorial and celebrity portraits and is currently dipping his toes into the vast ocean of fine art photography. “Big Blooms” is but one […]

Floral Mandalas – Installations by Kathy Klein

A mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism representing the universe. Kathy Klein is an Arizona-based artist who loves creating flower mandalas in the great outdoors. She calls the pieces ‘danmalas’ which means ‘the giver of garlands’ in Sanskrit. Her ephemeral installations are photographed and then left to be discovered by […]

Disney Meets Hollywood – Awesome Portraits by Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz is a world-class photographer best known for taking John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s portrait where  the naked John was embracing fully clothed Yoko. One of her most popular series features a mash-up of Disney’s well-loved characters and famous Hollywood stars. Originally, Annie was approached by Disney for their “Year Of A Million Dreams” […]

Bedtime Buddies – An Adorable Slumber Series by Jessica Shyba

Jessica Shyba is a photographer, blogger, and mother of three who skyrocketed to fame when she posted pictures of her son Beau and puppy Theo having an afternoon nap together. Puppies and babies are cute by themselves, but combine the two and you’ve got cuteness bursting out of the seams – a time and tested […]

Ubiquitous Beauty – Sand Macrophotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg

Sand is everywhere and most of us take it for granted, but not Dr. Gary Greenberg.  He is the photographer behind these exceptional macro shots of sand. He was a filmmaker and photographer until he decided to move to London to pursue his PhD in biomedical research. Dr. Greenberg also patented the 3D microscopes that […]

What I Be – Daring Portraits by Steve Rosenfield

Steve Rosenfield is the daring photographer behind the “What I Be Project”. He asked volunteers to write their insecurities on skin using a marker. Often, what they wrote are the unkind labels that society had given them such as ‘homo’, ‘trans’, and ‘fat’. My favorite one is the granny with ‘Hitler’ written in the raised […]

The Beauty Within – Portraits by Henry Leutwyler

“This is the only thing I like to do and why I wake up in the morning.” said Henry Leutwyler, photographer of the stars. He was born in Switzerland in 1961. He moved to France to become an apprentice to Gilles Tapie, a distinguished photographer. After firmly establishing himself as a talented editorial photographer, he […]

Cute Up Close – Arachnid Macrophotography by Jimmy Kong

If eyes are windows to the soul, then spiders are basically leaking soul right out of their eyes. Spiders are universally feared, for their bite, hairiness, and overabundance of legs. But seen through a macro lens, these poisonous, hairy, eight-legged critters are actually quite cute. These close-ups of unexpectedly adorable arachnids are the work of […]

Small Wonders – Fantastic Digital Images by Joel Robison

Joel Robison is a budding artist who lives in a valley in British Columbia’s Rocky Mountains. According to him: “I love to run, bike, jump, eat and create and I hope that you enjoy my work as much as I enjoy creating it!”. Joel’s imagination is fired up by living as close to the forest […]

Ordinary, Everyday Awesomeness – Photographs by Brock Davis

Brock Davis is an art director, illustrator, graphic designer, and photographer. He has numerous accolades and awards under his belt and his list of clients include big industry names such as Porsche, Harley-Davidson, Esquire, and the New York Times. In this series, he showcases the artistic potential of ordinary, everyday objects. No fancy cameras, lighting, […]

Handy Harry – Creative Shots by Handy Andy Pandy

Handy Andy Pandy is a Melbourne-based, redhead photographer who is currently keeping up with his self-imposed 365-day challenge. For those not familiar with the challenge, the rules are simple. Take a photograph. Once a day, everyday, for 365 days straight! Most who do take on the challenge wash out after several months for lack of […]

A Boy and His Best Friend – Heartwarming Shots by Elena Shumilova

Elena Shumilova is a mother first and photographer second, but she simply can’t resist snapping these heartwarming shots of her boys bonding with their pets. Elena got her first camera in 2012 and she hasn’t stopped shooting with them ever since. When capturing her subjects on camera, she prefers natural light for both indoor and […]

Up-Inspired Photoshoot by Cambria Grace

In this day and age where it’s rare for a marriage to last one decade, Nina and Gramps have been together as man and wife for more than six! Unfortunately for them, camera phones weren’t in vogue 61 years ago. They have but one picture of their wedding day, owing to the fact that they […]

Bee Naturale – Bee Macrophotography by Sam Droege

There are thousands of bee species in the U.S. and it’s pretty difficult to tell one from the other. The United States Geological Survey Bee Inventory and Monitoring Laboratory is responsible for the daunting task of identifying and monitoring these bee species. To make things a little easier, Sam Droege (the head of USGS-BIML), turned to […]

Ten Below Zero – Bubble Photography by Angela Kelly

“You’re never too old to play with bubbles.” – This is the life lesson that photographer Angela Kelly taught her 7-year-old son when they went gallivanting around blowing bubbles in their back yard when the sudden cold snap hit Washington. At temperatures hovering around -9°C to -12°C, water turned almost instantly into ice upon contact […]