World Wildlife Conservation Day is celebrated this year on December 4th. It began as a call to action in 2012, to raise awareness regarding the devastating effects of illegal poaching of our precious, endangered wildlife.
When it comes to food photography, a 100mm macro lens is among the favorite primes for professionals — often offering the perfect slice of selective focus for our eyes to dwell on.
Take a Hike Day was established by the American Hiking Society and occurs annually on November 17th. We hope you will be inspired to celebrate with the people featured here, by enjoying the rugged, natural beauty of the world around you, that is waiting everyday to be discovered and explored.
November 11th is Origami Day in Japan. To celebrate, we have assembled a sampling of this whimsical and imaginative artistic expression, that employs the simple medium of paper.
This Halloween, we invite you to linger on these images that mingle the morbid with the beautiful, and go deeper into the Flickr groups that encourage us to explore our dark side.
New York photographer Ryan Brenizer has spent his whole life running from boredom. Somehow this chase led him to the world of wedding photography—where he skillfully manages the chaos and unpredictable nature of a wedding day in order to capture the most authentic and beautiful moments possible. His success in doing so has led him to being named one of the Top-10 wedding photographers in the world, by American Photo and Rangefinder Magazines.
To commemorate Autistic Pride Day, Flickr photographers share a glimpse into the world of autism, in their own words.
Lewis Hine was a New York City school teacher and social documentary photographer. In 1911, he was hired by the National Child Labor Committee to document child labor abuses in America. His heart-wrenching images of children at work helped lead to the passage of new labor laws in the United States.
First published 75 years ago in 1939, the Depression-era epic and Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Grapes of Wrath,” by John Steinbeck, chronicles the Dust Bowl […]