Tag : Inspiration

Photographer Tom Hegen Amazingly Captured Germany's Largest Coal Mines

Photographer Tom Hegen Amazingly Captured Germany’s Largest Coal Mines

Lignite is still one of Germany’s largest energy suppliers. Energy production from coal has enabled our civilization to make great economic and social progress, but at the same time, it represents one of our greatest ecological problem. Burning fossil energy sources contributes significantly to global warming. About Tom Hegen My…

Black Lives Matter: Protest Against Racism By Skander Khlif

Black Lives Matter: Protest Against Racism By Skander Khlif

Munich, June 6th 2020. Königplatzt was once used as a square for the Nazi Party’s mass rallies. Today, 25 thousands people used the square to demonstrate against racism. About Skander Khlif As a documentary photographer, Skander Khlif can call upon a wealth of different cultures. Born in 1983, he grew…

Side-By-Side Portraits Of Famous Historical Figures

Side-By-Side Portraits Of Famous Historical Figures And Their Direct Descendants By Drew Gardner

Fueled by his passion for history, photographer Drew Gardner recreated portraits of some of the world’s most famous historical figures, featuring their direct descendants as models. Getting ready for the series required much more than a few phone calls. Not only did Gardner carry out in-depth research tracing the direct…

Diverse Voices: Stunning Diversity Portraits By Laura Zalenga

#DiverseVoices: Stunning Diversity Portraits By Laura Zalenga

At the Cannes Lions Festival I asked people to tell me something about diversity for Adobe’s project #DiverseVoices. Here is what they said: “Diversity means that I can have a voice as an underrepresented member of the community.” – Cherly Osei from Ghana living in London “There is many good…

A Study Of Experimental Infrared Photography by Roland Kramer

The Strange Series: A Study Of Experimental Infrared Photography by Roland Krämer

At the beginning of March, I started experimenting with infrared photography. I was fascinated by the possibility of creating pictures with waves of light that we cannot see with our own eyes. Infrared light (780nm to 1mm) is electromagnetic radiation that has longer wavelengths than those of our visible light…

Winners Of Minimalist Photographer Of The Year 2020

Winners Of Minimalist Photographer Of The Year 2020

Minimalist Photography Awards announced the winners for 2020 in the categories of Abstract, Aerial, Architecture, Conceptual, Fine Art, Landscape, Long Exposure, Night, Open Theme, Photomanipulation, Portrait, and Street. Minimalist Photography Awards is a non-profit association, powered by black & white Minimalism magazine which aims to recognize, reward, and expose talented…

Wildlife Photographer Peter Delaney Spent Countless Hours To Capture These Elephants Photos

Wildlife Photographer Peter Delaney Spent Countless Hours To Capture These Elephants Photos

My love of black and white photography is only surpassed by my love of African wildlife, in particular, elephants. A decade ago on my first wildlife safari in Uganda. We happened upon a herd of elephants, my first encounter with these magnificent beasts was one a frightening one. Unfortunately, the…

The Beautiful 18 Pictures Of Bulgaria Captured By Nikolai Alexiev

The Beautiful 18 Pictures Of Bulgaria Captured By Nikolai Alexiev

Bulgarian photographer Nikolai Alexiev captured these beautiful photographs of Bulgaria in 2020 when the pandemic happened. It was a very impulsive decision to visit these places, and mother nature helped a lot with its beauty. #1 The Field Of Crocuses #2 The Misty Road To Heaven, Vitosha Mountain, Bulgaria #3…

Winners Of The 2020 iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS)

Winners Of The 2020 iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS)

iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) announce the winners of the 13th Annual Awards for the year 2020. Thousands of photographers submit their photographs from all over the globe. Dozens of winning photographs reflect powerful worldviews, from vast landscapes to a single tree, from city streets to remote desolation, from toil and…

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