As the Minotaur V rocket carrying the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer flew off into the sky, this image was captured by photographer Ben Cooper. The image was taken from the top of the Rockefeller Center, which is about 200 miles away from NASA’s launchpad in Wallop Island, Virginia. The image captures New York […]
We are all very well acquainted with the concept of high tide and low tide, though seeing the two effects in quick succession with the availability of a reference point changes things entirely. Images by Michael Marten show the wonders of change of tides, and how completely they change their surroundings.
Sony’s new QX series Lens Style Cameras are brilliant. A good chunk of photographs come from the very capable smartphones almost everyone carries these days. In the same vein, cameras too have evolved into digital settings and many of their components overlap with those available in smartphones. Sony is putting the two in a union […]
Unlike the majority of such portraits that we see, these are not rendered digitally. The apes you see here are the Japanese Samurawashi, who are trained street performing monkeys often dressed up in human clothes to act out skits. US-based photographer Hiroshi Watanabe captured portraits of these very human-like apes in human-like clothing, for a […]
A Hungarian couple added more action and story to their engagement photoshoot by introducing the classic elements of a horror movie. The couple initially wanted a horror themed photoshoot, the wedding photography group ElvenPhoto one-upped the idea by presenting the shoot as a comic book story. It is quite a set, check it out. We […]
An almost surreal tree like formation of rivers in the desert of Baja California, Mexico. Photographed by Adriana Franco. Via
Russian artist and photographer Alexey Menschikov combines street art, wit, and sometimes pure photography skills to achieve these photographs that have an inherent sense of humor. Everyday scenes get transformed into witty and thoughtful photographs that go well beyond the usual fare.
Moses Hacmon has quite the talent of an artist. He has been trained as a sculptor, is an architect, and when you see these images, you realize he is excellent at developing photographic techniques as well. The series is titled Faces of Water.
As India goes towards modernization, a lot of the traditional jobs of the country stare down towards extinction. New York based photographer Supranav Dash took a fascinating look at several of these jobs that in the near future are very likely to disappear from the face of the country. Of course, some are more deeply […]
In the year 1906, people might have had no idea what the word “meme” meant, but they sure did know very well that cats and dogs could be put into funny settings. These hilarious images by American photographer Harry Whittier Frees are probably one of the earliest known examples of cat memes in history. It […]