It is so hard to believe the fact your baby is already 6 weeks old AND how different they look in photos from 10 days old! When I look at these photos of my baby now, it's really noticeable how much more little all his features are. It's exciting to see him get more expressive and lifting his head but also slightly sad that they do in fact grow so fast just like everyone tells you.
The reason we mostly shoot faceless imagery is because I have pretty epic hair that I have been growing for almost 9 years. Yeah, okay, you got me! That isn't the reason but having long hair helps, right?
Wildlife and ancient ruins are an everyday scene, at The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan. Here is a quick guide to plan a safari trip, you wi...
Siena's Palio is one of the most difficult and ancient bareback horse races in the world with origins dating back centuries. Held annually in July and August, it attracts thousands of Italians and foreign visitors.
Why is it easier to take an impressive photo of food rather than anything else? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where com...
The Baltimore Love Project began about ten years ago in Baltimore with artist Michael Owen. He was looking for a way of spreading love throughout the city, and he went about it by creating a series of murals, each with a connecting image--silhouettes of hands forming the letters L, O, V, and E. Now, with photography from Sean Scheidt and text from Rafael Alvarez, The Baltimore Love Project is taking new form, as a narrated and photographed hardcopy book.
New Orleans is struggling to preserve its heritage. It faces the existential threat of hurricanes and storms wrought by climate change, the continuing struggle to rebuild after Katrina even as developers seek to build high rises in historic neighborhoods, and the social tensions occasioned by poverty and racial and ethnic prejudice.
By Matthew Butson Vice President, Hulton Archive at Getty Images "How charming it would be if it were possible to cause these natural images t...
Every girl dreams about her wedding day and I was no different. I had Pinterest boards galore and had been a bridesmaid in three of my closest friend's weddings. I was sad I would never get my day but tried to hide it. Matt noticed.
My time with the Dutch Animal Ambulance Amsterdam has taught me that we all have a duty to prevent or at the very least reduce the suffering of the animals around us.
I'll need to take immediate exception with Neal Snidow's elegant and modest subtitle: this book is extraordinary, as gorgeously written as it is structurally complex. While plain, there is nothing about this work that is simple.
The competition includes a wide range of categories, such as "birds," "amphibians," "fish," "in the sky," "plants" and "urban." Millions of people from various countries come to visit this touring exhibition every year.
I captured this image early on in my journey as a photographer. Helen and I were amidst a year-long odyssey traveling around the world when we manag...
One year later, photographer Jonathan Hanson visits the town of Charleston to see how the families and survivors are progressing through their journeys of forgiveness, grief, and resilience.
The kids are officially out of school for the summer! I love the colors of summer, I love the light in summer, and I love taking summer pictures of the kids. There are so many things about summer that lend itself to childhood. Bright colors, sunshine, water, and just tons of fun! So, grab your cameras -- whatever camera you have-- and go take some pictures of your kids!!
Welcome back to Doin' Work: Flash Interviews With Contemporary Photographers. This is a place to celebrate the photographers who inspire me, and present you with an easily digestible bite of their personalities and work.