Going underground: riding the Moscow metro
Moscow’s metro is one of the busiest and most visually stunning underground systems in the world. Created as a showcase for the Soviet Union, its elaborate, spacious stations are adorned with mosaics, marble statues and stained glass that tell the story of the communist state.Open this photogallery >
Budapest’s abandoned Soviet military hospital
Time stands still in a former Soviet military hospital in Budapest that was abandoned when the last Russian troops left Hungary in 1991.Open this photogallery >
The Sydney Vivid Light Festival
Visitors take in the Sydney Vivid Festival of light and sound.
It looks amazing.
Natural Light VS Off Camera Flash
Here's a little tutorial/comparison video on the difference natural light and a camera flash mean to the photo you take.Read this topic >
The Photos Of 2017 Week 21
Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >
Hong Kong from above by Andy Yeung part 2
We posted some of Andy Yeung's impressive aerial work before and we're just as impressed by this series called Walled City.
It explores the largely ungoverned settlement in Kowloon City which was once a Chinese military fort. However, it was transformed into a housing enclave when the population exploded after World War II.
Credit: Andy Yeung | 500px | Instagram
Powerful dancers and powdered paint make for some strong images.Read this topic >
Fishing for Bikes in the Amsterdam Canals
There are more bicycles in Amsterdam than there are citizens. If you've ever been you'll have noticed that bikes are EVERYWHERE.
Even in the canals.
Shooting Formula One Races With A 104-year-old Camera Gives Amazing Results
Joshua Paul, of Lollipop magazine, is a photographer and F1 enthusiast. He began shooting F1 races in 2013 and has been going strong ever since. With his 104-year-old Graflex camera.
It only take 20 shots in total so Joshua has to plan each shot carefully and we have to say the results are amazing. He manages to bring back the glory days and the intrigue of the 60's and 70's.
Credit: Joshua Paul and Lollipop magazine
The Light Barrier Third Edition
The Light Barrier series by studio Kimchi and Chips create volumetric drawings in the air using hundreds of calibrated video projections.
These light projections merge in a field of fog to create graphic objects that animate through physical space as they do in time.
Some really cool stuff in this video.
Chasing Amtrak Train for 3 Miles With A Drone
Chasing an Amtrak train for three miles with a DJi Phantom 4 drone makes for some interesting footage.Read this topic >
Rainbow shooting humpback whale
This humpback whale shooting a rainbow out of it's blowhole will bring some much needed joy to the day.Read this topic >