Isn’t it nice to look at summer pictures in the middle of winter? We find it refreshing, or is that just the air coming through the cracks in the window? Either way, after the jump, take a look at June’s most popular pictures.
We had a look at every single day to find out which was the most popular, commented and liked, photo uploaded on that very specific day. You will find them sorted cronologically in our gallery. Want some stats? In June, there were 677,835 likes and 22,578 comments in the photos alone! Now enough chatting, let’s get to the juicy stuff, plug in some earphones, find your favorite song from that time, and check out the gallery!
It looks like it's a common tradition among photographers to travel far off from home for the winter holidays, not to mention, second nature to be a wanderlust. Look at these cherished holiday memories from art photographers in pictures.
Everyday a thousand photographs come in the community, all in lieu of the Lomographic aesthetic. Some just shine just above the rest -- and we'd like to commend those Lomographers who took their art beyond and caught everyone's attention. Let's take a look at the most popular snapshots of 2016.
Traditional notions of masculinity have been thrown out of the window. In the photography of English portraitist Joseph Barrett, it is high time for the world to start looking at people without pre-judging eyes.
The art of design intertwined with social networks and textile articles, we mix it all up, include photography and there it is -- magic happens. At least that is what Rita Cordeiro ends up giving us: beautiful images through her Instagram, either in a personal approach or for some specific brand.
Veteran Coachella attendee and LA music photographer Agueda Zarate provides an inside look at this year's music and arts festival in Indio, California, known for its carefree cultural vibes, through the lens of the Lomo'Instant Automat. Read her interview with Lomography NYC here.
Pedro Meyer, one of the most significant icons in contemporary photography, takes a seat as he talks about hiss own musings and inklings on art and photography and how the Mexican culture consumes the medium.
Photographer Mick Rock was known as "The Man Who Shot The Seventies", capturing the most arresting walks of life he had encountered as a young British student and photographer in the age of punk and rock.