Diogo Guerreiro

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Photos by Matthew Pillsbury Capture the Fast Pace of Modern Tokyo

For <i>Tokyo</i>, New York-based photographer Matthew Pillsbury captures the Japanese capital in continual motion, using long exposures to record up to …

These Portraits of Auto Mechanics Are a Homage to Renaissance Paintings

Photographer Freddy Fabris spent years wanting to pay homage to the legendary artworks of great Renaissance master painters, but figuring out how to …

Digital Art

The Shadow Line

I found it when I was out walking, and brought it home. It lay in the barn for several months before I took the first photograph of it. The next ones came by themselves, as if I had sharpened my faculties and started to notice a reality I hadn’t been seeing before.<p>It all started with that one skull.<p>…

19th Century Postcards Predicted the World in the Year 2000

Like many of us today, people living in the 20th century were curious about what the future would hold. French artist Jean-Marc Ct and his colleagues attempted to predict the world in the year 2000, and they did so through playful illustrations. Known as <i>France in the Year 2000</i>, these futuristic …

Winners of the 2015 Urban Photography Competition Shine a Light on Diverse Urban Life Around the World

The 2015 CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year Competition recently released their selection of winning and honourably mentioned images that celebrate the diversity of urban life. With 21,000 stunning entries from over 113 different countries, the annual competition, in its 9th year of development, …

Asia Pacific

‘Genesis’ is Photographer Sebastião Salgado’s ‘Love Letter to the Planet’

For <i>Genesis</i>, Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado traveled to thirty two of the most wild regions in the world, thriving areas that have …

Post - Photographs and text by Marta Zgierska | LensCulture

<i>Marta Zgierska is one of the 50 best emerging photographers for 2015, as voted by the eight-member international jury for the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2015. Here is her winning entry and artist’s statement. View her profile to learn more about her and to see more of her great work.</i><p>In …

Here’s a Drone Hyperlapse Shot in RAW at Night

The sky may be the next frontier for time-lapse and hyper-lapse techniques. Aerial videographer Jonathan Lucan made this 2-minute short film titled</i> …

The Secret to Making Small Talk

People who don't speak when close together are really no different from penguins on an expanse of ice, huddled together being mostly silent.<p><i>To navigate the complicated workplace social order, one needs to first master basic human interactions. When senior editor Ross McCammon landed a job at</i> …

Greetings From Mars - Photographs and text by Julien Mauve | LensCulture

In 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered America. Less than 500 years later, it has become a common touristic destination for wealthy people from every part of the world.<p>Unknown worlds are now located far from Earth and our most famous explorer is a robot. “Curiosity” is the Christopher Columbus of …

Stereotypes

Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins Slam Muslims: ‘To Hell with Their Culture’

The HBO host and evolutionary biologist teamed up to unload on Islam and Muslims, condemning liberals who give Islam ‘a free pass.’<p>It was Science …

Danger zone

Project info<p>It has now been over a year since the Supertyphoon Haiyan, the most devastating storm in the history of the Phillippines, swept across Tacloban. Though a year has passed, debris still remain.<p>Typhoon Haiyan was the strongest cyclone ever recorded, with an estimate of 4.1 million people …

Natural Disasters

Sand Like You've Never Seen It Before

Once more unto the beach<p>To the naked eye, sand looks pretty uniform. Tiny beige specks of varying shades, collectively covering beaches and shores and deserts. But when you peek at it through a microscope, all of that changes. Gary Greenburg, a research affiliate at the University of Hawaii …