Few things break the parent's hearth as loss of an infant or still birth. So much grief, and yet no one right way to grieve. So these families have chosen a solemn and beautiful way to do it: they immortalize the lives that could have been by taking family photos with their lost infants.
Urban photography can be nice on the street level, but what about catching the bigger picture? Vincent Laforet does just that with his helicopter-borne photography project "AIR."
Apparently, black cats aren't the only pets with a bad rep – people seem to be reluctant to adopt black dogs! Well, photographer Guinnevere Shuster is trying to fix that with beautiful, flowery dog portrait photography!
You might have shared one of these impressive pictures on social media, but do you know who took them? Tim Mantoani, a US photographer who has worked for Sports Illustrated and Newsweek, decided to give something back: to take pictures of the photographers together with the images that brought them fame.
In an attempt to escape his depression, one guy - photographer Michael Loffler - spent three years traveling around the world. This, in addition to his normal medicine (which those suffering from depression take a lot of), helps him feel less glum.
Most five-year-olds' drawings go up on fridges and that's that. However, Keith Anderson takes his son Kai's drawings personally... by tattooing them on his own skin.
Parents usually use childhood pictures to terrorize their children when they bring home a boyfriend or girlfriend. These three brothers, however, finally found a use for them: with a little bit of help from their dad, they’ve recreated the awkward childhood pictures as a Christmas present for their mother. Look at those adults go! When...
Before Stanley Kubric knew he was going to make some of the best sci-fi and horror movies ever (like A Clockwork Orange and cult indie classic The Shining), his first claim to fame came as a 17-year-old photographer for LOOK magazine.
20-year-old Finnish photographer and self-proclaimed squirrel whisperer Konsta Punkka probably has a special vibe that draws animals to him as if he’s their buddy.
Ukrainian photographer Anita Anti combines women and animals to recreate scenes from fairytales. The effect is magical!
It can be hard for us to imagine how much the concept of the ideal feminine body has changed throughout history, which is why this 3-minute video by Buzzfeed is so interesting. It shows how feminine body ideals have looked and evolved over the past 3,000 years.
Filipino Migrant Worker Spends 10 Years Photographing Hong Kong On Her Days Off And Wins Prestigious Scholarship
27 year old domestic worker Xyza Cruz Bacani, a migrant worker from the Philippines, became famous for her street photographs of Hong Kong, where she travels to work.