Travel portrait photography is not just about making a portrait, it is about capturing a moment, an emotion. And for this to happen, one must interact, love people and know how to catch the right moment.
French photographer Sacha Goldberger has created a quirky photo series that perfectly expresses the timeless quality of some of our favorite superheroes and villains – by re-imagining them as 16th-century Flemish portrait models.
Hawkeye Huey is possibly the most badass name for a photographer we've ever heard, but it gets even better when you learn that it belongs to a 4-year-old boy whose father just happens to be famous National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey.
Every year, Erna and Hrefna, two beautiful twin girls growing up in Iceland, greet a very special visitor from Japan - Ariko Inaoka. This photographer has been visiting them every summer since 2009 to photograph them and document their progress through...
When Moscow-based photographer Darya Kondratyeva isn't snapping family, maternity or baby photos, she creates enchanting photos that seem like re-interpretations of old fairytales or legends. The models in her photos seem like they could be witches, princesses or forest spirits.
Legendary photojournalist Steve McCurry is opening a retrospective exhibit in Italy called “Steve McCurry: Oltre Lo Sguardo” that will feature 150 photos taken throughout the 30 years of his illustrious career. The photos, taken among people of various cultures around the...
20 year old Ksenia Raykova from Russia takes vivid and playful dog photos that her fans (myself included) are absolutely in love with. Ksenia agreed to talk to Bored Panda about her passion for dog photography and share some tips...
Photographer Pete Thorne has discovered that, just as photographing the elderly can make for powerful portraits, the same can be said for old dogs as well. His “Old Faithful” photo series takes a warm an intimate look at man's best friends...
Joel Parés, a U.S. Marine-turned-photographer, has created a photo series that seeks to question the ugly prejudices that many of us harbor, to one extent or another, against groups of people different from ourselves.
Is there such a thing as a performance high for musicians? Or is it a myth? Music and editorial photographer Brandon Andersen shed some light on this question with his recent before-and-after series of musicians before and after they perform. None...
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