Photos tell stories that mere words cannot express. This is the case for this collection of 40 photos spanning a century. View all of them after jump!
Photojournalists capture the whole rainbow of human emotions, from gut-wrenching loss to indescribable happiness and elation. It is their job to capture an image than encapsulates the essence of a scene that tells its story. These 40 photos collected on PictureCorrect show the triumphs and tragedies we as a people have experienced over the years. Some are shot in film while some are in digital but each image is gripping. They draw you in invoke emotion. Which photo stirred the most in you?
Agnes Lee's photographs touch what words cannot expresses. Hers are travel postcards that focus on the people rather than the views, telling a deeper story about the places she have visited. In this interview, our featured community newcomer opens up why she prefers to capture her travels on film.
Soon we will be saying goodbye to 2016. We had some pretty awesome moments and didn't hesitate to share them with the world. All the photos you've taken this year will be the best reminder of the journey that lasted 365 days.
While we love the singular works of renowned New York photographers such as Vivian Maier and Berenice Abbott, the most compelling ones can be found in the vernacular. The untrained eyes are the most raw.
If you are planning your next trip to India then this post might come in handy. Reason you ask- Indian streets are very unique and you may encounter vivid things that might take you by surprise, so it is better to be prepared before hand.
A few months ago we set up a series of competitions asking you to submit your best shots representing different cities from all over the world. The winners were chosen and the UK team set to work on the 8.5 meter Ganton St Lomowall.
London based photographer Lilly Creightmore has been following the psych revival movement over the years and recently documented the Liverpool Psych Fest using a selection of film cameras. We talked to her about her love for film photography and her documentary called TRIP.