Kim Woo Bin, the Star magazine
Photographer Sam Polcer’s photo series Preferred Mode documents an eclectic array of New Yorkers and their bicycles.
See more dancers on the streets of New York City at http://www.pbase.com/rcalmes/dancers_on_the_town
would it be okay if he wore flower crowns more often.
‘As the sky came pouring’ down’ © Ronya Galka
In the aftermath of the Utøya island shooting in Norway in November 2011, Andrea Gjestvang began taking portraits of its young survivors. Her pictures won her the top prize at the Sony World Photography awards
Picture 1: ‘I bear my scars with dignity,’ says 15-year-old Ylva Schwenke, ‘because I got them standing for something I believe in’
Picture 2: Marius Hoft, 18, hid on a ledge to avoid the shooting. His best friend fell and died in front of his eyes
Picture 3: Cecilie Herlovsen, 17, tried to hide at the south end of the island, but Breivik shot her in the right arm, shoulder and chin. The last bullet was stopped by her wisdom tooth, which most likely saved her life
Picture 4: Iselin Rose Borch, 15, now suffers from constant nightmares – she gets comfort from her dogs
Picture 5: Best friends Victoria Froeyd, 18, and Sofie Nilsen, 17, hid together in the school building until the police rescued them
Picture 6: Alexander Sandberg, 16, hid under a sofa in the school building until Breivik was arrested
Picture 7: Ina Libak, 21, hid behind a piano in the island’s café where she was shot in her hands, jaw and chest
Picture 8: Eirin Kristin Kjær, 20, ran to a cave, but was shot in the stomach, arm, knee and armpit while trying to protect her younger friends
Picture 9: Aina Helgheim, 19, says: ‘I like to sit here, because I feel that my dead friends are in the nature that surrounds us’
Russian photographer Andy Prokh’s captivating photos of his daughter and her two cats capture the heartwarming friendship and love between them.
Childhood and modern vices merged in a humorous and vintage-y photo series
A Los Angeles-based photographer combined childhood, punishments, modern vices, and an old photographic process for a unique take on juxtaposing the past and the present. Read on to find out more and take a peek at the witty photo series that we’re sure you’ll find interesting and impressive!
Fantastic Doubles Taken with the Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400
We often use black and white film when shooting dramatic portraits, sweeping landscapes, and even in street photography. But did you know that it’s just as effective in taking creative doubles, too? Take a look at this selection of lovely lomographs taken by some members of our community!
Il Posto — dir. Ermanno Olmi