• Noah Berger
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    Noah Berger caught the deadly California Wildfires

    The photojournalist Noah Berger has literally placed himself in the line of fire to gather news footage of the United States’ worst wildfires for 20 years. Each year, he spends roughly six months documenting fire season, using his skills as a photojournalist to capture both the destruction of these events and the heroism of the firefighters who work tirelessly to…

  • Lukas Furlan
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    Lukas Furlan captures the beauty of Mother Nature

    Vienna-based photographer and student Lukas Furlan travels the world with his camera in hand, capturing the stunning beauty of Mother Nature. The self-taught photographer’s impressive portfolio of landscape photography showcases his incredible talent, as well as his keen eye for capturing the captivating colors and patterns of otherworldly locations. The photographer began taking photographs around 10 years ago when he…

  • Aliona Kochetkova
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    Aliona Kochetkova documenting her fight with disease wins Andrei Stenin picture contest

    The Grand Prize and the first place in the ‘My Planet‘ category, was obtained by the 30-year-old photographer, Aliona Kochetkova, from the Russian city of Kaluga. She was awarded for her series of images “History of my illness” – a documentary report on her dramatic fight against cancer. “It’s a complicated and very personal story for me that, despite this,…

  • Philip Barlow
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    Philip Barlow shows us what is to be miope

    If we have never needed glasses in our lives, we probably are not even aware of how little or how many people see the world, due to myopia, astigmatism, and others. I have myopia, but not much, really. The South African painter Philip Barlow has created a series of hyperrealistic paintings that show how short-sighted people see without glasses everything…

  • Hyperrealist
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    Hyperrealist paintings of Artic ice against climate change

    The New Yorker artist Zaria Forman uses her immense creative talent to document the devastating effects of climate change using Hyperrealist paintings. For many years she has produced large format landscape drawings using soft pastel shades. Made with hyperrealist details, the images are an incredible and moving representation of the majesty of glaciers that, despite their impressive size, are rapidly…

  • Elena Vizerskaya
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    The sensual world of Elena Vizerskaya

    Today, I had the opportunity to see the fantastic work of the digital artist Elena Vizerskaya, better known as KaSSandrA, who contemplates reality from metaphysics, intertwining them in a perfect cohesion. Kassandra studied at the Institute of Art and Design in Kiev, specializing in Environmental Design, in which she has never worked. She started creating his works in 2004, without…

  • John Morris
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    The peculiar sculptures of John Morris

    The Irish artist John Morris controls different disciplines with an unusual perfection. But his favorite seems to be sculpture. After years of observing the different paradigms of pop culture and constant work, he has managed to make dolls his letter of introduction. Without any type of censorship, his works are between the retailer and the minimalist: Sportsmen, heroines and villains…

  • Wieliczka
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    The fascinating salt mine of Wieliczka

    In total there are 380 steps of a steep slope to enter the salt mines of Wieliczka, a town that is 14 kilometers from Krakow and that became over time an impressive tourist attraction. There are 2,300 rooms, 250 kilometers of galleries and 9 floors that make the incredible salt mine “Wieliczka” one of the biggest points of interest in…

  • Latest Updates,  Photography

    Impressive winners of 2018 Environmental Photographer

    The Environmental Photographer of the Year competition awards are for those who use their creative voices to document the state of the planet. The 2018 contest saw entries from 89 countries, and only five photographers were selected as winners for their abilities to tell powerful stories. This contest is run by The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM),…