Matthew Smith: Half-Underwater Photos Showing the World Beneath

Matthew Smith, BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Finalist, created outstanding gallery of half-underwater photographs revealing what hides beneath the surface

Jakob Wagner: Nightscapes

Jakob Wagner was born 1985 in Herdecke, Germany. In summer 2008, he successfully completed his three-year apprenticeship as a photographer.

Andy Lee: Infrared Landscapes

UK based artist photographer Andy Lee presents series of landscapes taken with infrared photography technique. Says Andy:  I’ve been taking pictures

Nikita Sergyshkin: Portraits

We bring you selection of photo-portraits created by Minsk based artist Nikita Sergyshkin. This body of work was created during two

Ragnar Axelsson: Faces of the North

Ragnar Axelsson was born in Iceland in 1958 and started his training as a photographer at the age of 16

Scott Conarroe: By Rail – Railways of North America

Photography, railways, and North America developed more or less concurrently. Each, in its own way, transformed the world. Photography abstracted

Edward Burtynsky: Quarries All Over the World

Edward Burtynsky is known as one of Canada’s most respected photographers. His remarkable photographic depictions of global industrial landscapes are

Peter Stewart: Extraordinary Architecture of Hong Kong

Australian photographer Peter Stewart (currently based Hong Kong) found great photographic perspective to show density of population in Hong Kong agglomeration. Says

Pavel Samokhvalov: Nudes

Pavel Samokhvalov is a Moscow-based photographer. He studied Scandinavian history but dropped his studies to play rock in a band

Diane Kirkland: Georgia Landscapes in Black and White

Take a look at our selection of Diane Kirkland photographic works presenting beautiful and mysterious landscapes of Geogria state. In her