As a dedication to victims of universal queer hate crimes, Woodcox uses his photographs as a solidarity stance to symbolize his belief in love and […]
Some people scream, some people squirm, some people are like John Hallmén and run right up close to take a photograph. Interested in invertebrates? Check out Hallmén’s photographs.
Kirsty Mitchell is the author of the best selling photographic Wonderland book. Inspired by the tragic loss of her mother, Kirsty’s fantasy photos encompass the meaning and emotion behind each story her mother read to her as a child.
What can you give to a man who gives his everything to everyone else? A Flickr feature is just the beginning. In an intimate interview with Flickr, Lee Jeffries reveals a few photographic secrets, his striking motivation behind his exceptional portrait work, and his most recent project that will have you raiding your house for tissue boxes – guaranteed.
When children enter school, parents often feel relieved, but also heartbroken and lonely. As a mother of three kids, ages eleven, nine, and five, Erica Montgomery knows the struggle very well. Originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, but living in Los Angeles for many years now, this 43-year-old woman has built her life around her two passions: family and photography.
When you look at the buildings and spaces that surround your neighborhood, do you ever feel compelled to photograph and immortalize the scene, or do you see just another mundane landscape? For British photographer Tom Westbury, anything and everything has the potential to become a valid, interesting photograph.
Mikko Lagerstedt leaves Flickr starstruck with captivating images that make waves across the internet. For every photograph he takes, Mikko has two goals: inspire and impact individuals around the globe. He aims to make followers feel like they’re in a different world. Sadly, we’re not, but you’ve probably already come across his photos in Explore.
Twenty-two-year-old photographer Felicity Berkleef takes meow-nificently lit portraits of domestic and street cats in their natural environment. Her series “Cats in front of the window” has accumulated tons of views on Flickr, catching the attention and interest of many pet lovers and drawing very positive feedback from other fellow photographers.
Light ninja Eric Paré, a Montreal-based commercial photographer, is building a community of light painters on the back of his inspiring work. The innovative group of photographers has followed his lead and drawn inspiration from barren landscapes, artistic models, and $2 plastic tubes.
Salah Baazizi is a 46-year-old software engineer and bird photographer based in Orange County, California. He began focusing on nature and wildlife photography a decade ago, after a visit to the Bolsa Chica wetlands.
23-year-old photographer Tina Sosna has an extraordinary eye for beauty. She takes soft, atmospheric portraits that celebrate the charm in everyday life. Originally from Thuringia, in central Germany, Tina lives in the university city of Jena with her boyfriend and her red-furred cat, Willow.
There are surreal qualities and innate intensities that become part of a photo when you get in someone’s face to capture the shot. Much like celeb paparazzi, street photographers carry an internal drive to capture candid images of unique characters and places. Gareth Bragdon, a 27-year old photographer based in Edinburgh, Scotland, is a street photographer worth watching.