I set out to change the way the rest of the world sees us, but this project has ended up helping change the way we see ourselves.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and a thousand heartbeats; embracing, racing, healthy and free.
When I take camera lens focus off myself and direct it at the people in my life, I realize that my life is about so much more than just me. My cancer treatment has been a team effort, and I believe life works the same way, too.
A professional photographer taking a photo of a well-known Boston landmark is now considered to be engaged in suspicious terrorist activity?
The growing Creative Economy and the democratization of production is fostering a large generation of lone wolf professionals, competing fiercely for a place in the sun and their fifteen minutes of fame.
Dire events can have a way of making you a believer in miracles. If you find yourself in such circumstances, you're not alone, lean in on your faith. And if you have none, trust me, you can find it.
The best views in America aren't going anywhere. From canyons and coastlines to peaks and parks, Americans have a proud history of preserving their special places for future generations.
Predating the written word and remaining popular with the advent of digital technology, oral history continues to be an essential component of how we understand the human experience.
Mickey Strider photographs himself as a dead body in a multitude of dramatic settings, from the profound to the profane. They are desolate and detached. They are also compellingly beautiful, and impossible to turn away from.
There is something nostalgic that happens when I look at old photographs. There are those images that pull me right in to that history -- to that time.
Photographer Stefan Falke's project La Frontera documents artists who live and work close to the Mexican border with the United States in what used to be some of the world's most dangerous cities.
Making one's mark online as a photographer takes a lot more than photographic genius, it also requires a keen social presence and the ability to connect with varied audiences. These visual superstars must master the art of social followings.
Sergio de Arrola is a Spanish guerrilla artist and photographer who is uncomfortable with the moniker "artist." Sergio's mission, it seems, is to depict the world in black, as well as striking color.
We could all understand more about the basic elements around us. Air. Water. Soil. Maybe that knowledge will lead us to wanting to protect this miraculous home we're born into -- and truly conserve it.
Last year Doug Bailey, a Southern California firefighter, put down his firefighting gloves and jacket one last time. Now, as a retired firefighter, Doug spends his days capturing breathtaking images.
Title: 50°18'57'' x 5°22'20'' Material: 3D print in Titanium Year: 2014 50°18'57'' x 5°22'20'' is the first photograph that has been converte...