Jakub Rybicki travels to the Wakhan Corridor, a remote mountain region in northeastern Afghanistan and offers us a closer look at the Kyrgyz and Wakhi people who live there, isolated from the violence surrounding them.
Join us on a beautiful photographic journey around the globe, as seen through the lens in 2018. Here are 40 of the year’s best photos that made us feel incredible joy and brought us to tears, that taught us to appreciate the beauty around us, and inspired us to protect it.
PHLEARN Magazine writer Michael Fraiman joins Spanish photographer Roc Isern on a photo walk of Barcelona. They talk about how Roc has hit nearly 150k followers on Instagram with beautiful imagery featuring geometric shapes and impossible angles.
When Danielle Pritchard let her five-year-old son, Max, play with her camera one day, she was amazed at what happened. Max, who is on the autism spectrum, was a natural and now uses photography to analyze the world around him.
It’s inspiring to see what budding photographers are doing to really make an impact in the industry. Here are some of the rising stars from LensCulture’s 2018 Emerging Talent Awards, celebrating today’s best.
The winners of the first annual Drone Awards have been announced and the images remind us of the artistic value drones have in the photography world. With over 4,400 submissions from 101 countries, here are the winning photos.
Astrophotography is an incredible artform in that it lets viewers take a closer look at the beautiful mysteries of the universe. Here are the winners of the 2018 Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest.
The winners of this year’s Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition prove that beauty can be found in even the tiniest of spaces. Here are the top 10 incredible microscopic images that were selected from an impressive 2,500 entries.
Fascinated by how the concept of “work” has evolved, photojournalist Josh Rose recently set out on a month-long road trip across the country to meet and document Americans at work. Here, Josh shares his stories and photos from the road and what he learned along the way.
Christina Riley’s photo series, Born, is a raw look at motherhood. Shot in gritty black-and-white detail, the photos encapsulate every moment, failure, celebration and tear of her first year as a mother.
For the first year ever, LensCulture brings us the Art Photography Awards, where photographers get to submit original work using various approaches and techniques to express their view on the art process. Here are the winning photos of 2018!
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