Andrew Ling is a photographer by profession and a wanderer-explorer by choice. He has shot for different brands and companies and brings a unique aesthetic to the table. What he does for his commercial work can be easily equaled by the shots he takes on his many adventures.
If it's free spirited images you're looking for then you've come to the right place because Andrew's portfolio is full of them. His travel photographs are enticing to say the least. Each frame is like an invitation to experience life -- out in the open, under the starry skies, and into the fray in search for new memories. Andrew's photography is intertwined with the adventures he goes on because he loves the view and it just shows on his work. We're still in awe at all the beauty he manages to witness and the way he captures them.
A long-time fan of plastic cameras, Argentinean writer and photographer Lorraine Healy is the author of “Tricks With A Plastic Wonder,” a manual for achieving better results with a Holga camera. In this article, Healy delves deeper into the art of color infrared photography, examining the differences achieved by using different color filters.
While overshadowed by the successes of her adventurer-husband, Yvette Borup Andrews has a legacy of her own, one eclipsed by society's preference for masculine glory — her contribution to early visual anthropology, in photographs.
March marks the observance of Women's History Month. Let us celebrate by looking into the craft of amazing women all over the world who triumphs photography. For this interview, we go all the way to Singapore for a quick chat with photographer and visual artist Marisse Caine.
Eleonora Sabet is a one-of-a kind photographer who always knew photography is the right path for her. She started out by taking beautiful self-portraits and ended up experiencing a whole new world throughout her photography.
Once upon a day in Dutch thrift store, a photographer that went by the name of Martijn van Oers purchased a folding camera from the early 20th century. Little did he know, tucked inside was an exposed, undeveloped film.
"The Americans" is the most celebrated body of work by the documentarian Robert Frank. Considered as one of America's national photographic treasures, Frank's diary of the "American way of life" post-war reveal the socio-political issues that pervade to this day.
Fueled by his passion for photography, lomographer Rocco Iudici (@roccooiud) spearheaded the construction of a LomoWall in Armeno, a quaint little town in North Italy. Take a peek into their celebration!