James Hartley make new book. You look now. It good.
One of the big wigs of our Photo Comp this year.
He’s no one trick pony.
A European Vacation complete with stunning images.
People live at the base of volcanoes in South Guatemala despite the threat of them erupting once or twice a year. How severe would an eruption be? Nobody knows until the thing blows its lid.
Despite Wang’s reluctance to classify his work, there’s a sure sense of cohesion; each photograph is a piece of a story that I definitely want to hear.
Jacob Howard owns the finger behind the shutter that pressed its way to glory when it won the Travel category of the 2015 MC Photo Comp. See more of his photos here.
Nitai Whitehurst is responsible for the epic shot of Danielle Haim that won the MC Photo Comp music category. See more of his work here.
Matt Godkin won the Girls category of this year’s MC Photo Comp. See some more of his photography here.
Kieran Tunbridge is the fantastic photographer with a bright future ahead of him who won the student category of this year’s MC Photo Comp. See more of his photos here.
This series of 10 black and white photographs, titled ‘Ocean Culture’ and shot in Hossegor, France, is brought to you by Slovenian photographer Luke Paige.
Meet Andrea Dosouto, a Spanish born photographer who captures everything from the reality of life on the streets to Spanky skating a bowl.
Justin Ching recently went on a cross country camping/skateboarding road trip with some friends, shooting on a Hasselblad along the way. Here are the results.
Everyone’s always going on about mummies and ghosts on Halloween—but have you ever truly appreciated how creepy a scarecrow can look? Photographer Brian David Stevens knows what’s up.
Elmo Tide is a photographer who has left no other trace online other than their flickr account which has been updated twice—once in 2008 and again in 2010.
In Cuba, payphones replace mobiles, beaten up 1950’s American cars replace Audis, live jazz replaces DJ’s, salsa dancing replaces fist pumping, and face-to-face interaction replaces social media.
“Be it through arrangement, composition or lighting, you can make a potato look happy, sad, or ashamed of its body shape. It’s very entertaining.”
Woody Gooch is a young photographer is from the Sunshine Coast of Australia, and also might be the pre-eminent rising star of surf photography in the world.
Will Slater spends half of the time photographing with utmost discretion and the other half getting yelled at for taking photos. I for one am yelling at him to take more. Somebody buy this kid a ticket around the world.
Over summer break, 16-year-old photographer Liam Crivellaro jumped into a car with a bunch of his mates and his camera. Here’s the results.