Exceptional science experiment photography by artist, photographer, scientist Caleb Charland. Above: Pouring Light
The World Photography Organization has announced the amazing winners of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. Rain in an ancient town. Chen Li, China. Open
Frozen Photography in Lake Superior in Northern of the United States. The ice atop the lake has frozen thick enough to access safely the ice
Stunning Storm images from photographer Mike Hollingshead.
‘Niemeyer’s Brasilia’ night photos from the Brazilian capital, by photographer Andrew Prokos, are among this year’s winners at the international Photography awards competition. Palacio do
The winners of the 2013 third annual Red Bull Illume largest Sports Photography contest, from 7,000 participants, at a ceremony in Hong Kong. Overall Winner:
The astronomical mystery of Transient Luminous Events – TLEs, that are usually invisible to the naked eye because they happen on millisecond timescales, too fast
For the 2013 Annual Underwater Photography Contest hosted by the University of Miami, more than 650 underwater images were submitted from 23 countries. The “Best
Snapzoom a smart designed adapter for smartphone, to display binocular’s view. Specially made for long distance photography, such as amateur astronomers or bird watchers.
Water-Balloons in High Speed Photography, a technique of capturing images with a very quick shutter speed, for scenes that cannot be seen with naked eyes.