Photograph Josef Heinrich Darchinger: Germany after the war(1952 – 1967).
Google Earth has been viewed by some as a threat to privacy and even national security, leading to the program being banned in multiple countries. Some countries have requested that certain areas be obscured in Google’s satellite images, usually areas containing military facilities. source
The United Nations estimates that there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor [Source: Wikipedia]. These once mighty vessels, both sunken and beached, are a haunting reminder that nothing lasts forever. These beautiful ships used to rule the seas they traveled. Now they serve as a window into our past.
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Jenn Brown is a multi-talented self-taught photographer, artist and designer currently based in Randallville, New York. Jenn is obsessed with abandoned places, she captures urbex spaces of all sorts: crumbling paper mills, factories, synagogues, theatres, rooms and farms.
Vladimir Migutin is a photographer specializing in infrared photography and used that on his Chernobyl tour. He took a 2-day trip to the exclusion zone of Chernobyl and used 590-nm infrared filter from Kolari Vision to make these photographs.
Gorgeous celebrity portraits at the Vanity Fair Oscars After-Party 2018, shot by VF photographer Mark Seliger, and meant almost entirely for Instagram. Mark typically documents the year’s Oscar winners, nominees and attendees against various backdrops.
The shortlist for the coveted Bird Photographer of the Year awards has been announced by Nature Photographers and the British Trust for Ornithology. Here are the shortlisted entries of the contest.
The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, just announced its shortlist of winners for 2018. This year’s contest attracted nearly 320,000 entries from more than 200 countries.
German photographer Boris Leist has spent the past four years documenting some of the world’s most dedicated LARPers. He first learned about the activity while shooting a Renaissance Fair in Norway, where he met a man dressed as a Tolkien-esque dwarf, complete with body armor and weapons. The man was an IT professional by day,