Category Archives: Photography

The Disappearing Nomadic Tradition | Morocco — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Photographer Joshua J Sneade is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From the book/project ‘Nomads’. To see Joshua’s body of work, click on any image. In tents and caves amongst the rocky landscape of the Moroccan … Continue reading

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Bare Tree Branches Captured in Layers of Eerie Morning Fog by Michael Schlegel

Berlin-based photographer Michael Schlegel is fascinated by trees and their splaying branches. From his series featuring a Spanish olive grove to another capturing snow-covered trees in Germany, Schlegel consistently documents native plants around the world. The black and white photographs in … Continue reading

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Pearls Puncture and Support Fruit and Vegetables in Photographs by Ana Straže

In her latest series Forbidden Foods, photographer Ana Straže pierces a peeling slice of grapefruit, a cut eggplant, and other fruits and vegetables using small pins topped with pearls to create contemporary still lifes of common foods. The Slovenia-based artist … Continue reading

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Magic of Hong Kong: Behind the scenes. Timelab.pro

Some backstage shots from our shooting in Hong Kong. Original video nominated for the video of the year: vimeo.com/364844164  

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Crates Stacked in Beverage Yard Form Color-Coded Rows in Aerial Photographs by Bernhard Lang

Munich-based photographer Bernhard Lang (previously) is known for his aerial shots that capture the inexact repetition and geometry of everyday life. His latest project, “Crate Stacks,” focuses in on a German beverage production yard, a facet of an industry that … Continue reading

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The best unpublished photos of 2019 – National Geographic

Discover unseen moments seen through the lens of our photographers. Source: The best unpublished photos of 2019

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Colored Micrographs Magnify Pollen Seeds, Plant Cells, and Leaf Structures in Photographs by Rob Kesseler

Using scanning electron microscopy and a mix of microscopic, scientific, digital, and manual processes, artist Rob Kesseler develops colored micrographs of the intricate patterns within pollen and seed grains, plant cells, and leaf structures. The highly magnified photographs feature specifics … Continue reading

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The World’s Largest Freshwater Lake Becomes a Magical Landscape in Photographs by Kristina Makeeva

Photographer Kristina Makeeva creates captivating scenes centered around Lake Baikal. The lake, located in Russia, is the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, holding nearly a quarter of the world’s fresh surface water. Makeeva takes advantage of its … Continue reading

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Photographer Tim Flach Highlights Unusual and Endangered Birds in Striking Portraits

London-based photographer Tim Flach travels the world capturing the nuanced expressions, unique patterning, and unusual profiles of animals large and small. Often focusing his lens on endangered and vulnerable species, Flach highlights the traits of animals that are at risk of … Continue reading

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Your Textbooks Are Wrong, This Is What Cells Actually Look Like

With new advances in microscopy, biologists are able to see the secret life of cells unfolding like never before.

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