"Tilbakeblikk" is the name of a joint project between the Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute and Norsk Folkemuseum. Tilbakeblikk means “retrospect” or “looking back” in Norwegian, describing the
Harnessing the “controlled” unpredictability of his Holga camera, Enrico Doria conjures up a fantastic world—a place of invisible spirits and unnameable emotions brought together into the light. Photographs
All the love, fear, doubt and joy that comes with being a first-time father, tenderly told through a series of intimate photographs. Photographs and text by Arno Brignon JOSEPHINE (2009 – 2015) Initially,
Photojournalist Louie Palu spent five years covering the war in Afghanistan, from 2006 to 2010, much of the time in Kandahar Province, going out with NATO and Afghan troops on hundreds of patrols and missions.
From colorful, vibrant city streets, to more intimate rural moments, these photographs convey—frame by frame—a beautiful, impassioned vision of the world. Photographs by Joanna Mrówka Elliott Erwitt once
National Geographic Magazine’s annual photo contest is still underway, with the deadline for submissions coming up soon—on November 16, 2015. The Grand Prize Winner will receive $10,000 and a trip to Geographic
The mundane frustration of being stuck in traffic is transformed into intense, beautiful frames in this lovely set of moments from around the world. Photographs and text by Jean Counet As cinematographer