Photography

Where Hunting Dogs Rest

Saturday November 05, 2016

Some Spanish hunting dogs face a grim future once hunting season is over. In his quest to document their plight, photographer Martin Usborne did something unusual – he retraced the steps of a 17th-century painter. 

When NASA Went to Iceland

Wednesday November 02, 2016

We can’t think of a more perfect location for simulating an alien landscape. Apparently neither could NASA. Matthew Broadhead's photos explain the American agency's connection to the small island.

The Twisted Trees of New Zealand

Monday October 31, 2016

Slope Point, New Zealand, is so windy, its trees all end up – you guessed it – constantly sloping.

It’s a big call to make, but we’re pretty sure this phenomena-packed picture can’t be topped.

British expat Simon Peel set out with a camera to document how Australia was changing him. Check back in 31 years for the answer.

Found Photos of the Digital Age

Thursday October 13, 2016

A new project shares the random photos people find on old and unwanted SD cards. Every shot is a tiny mystery.

Small Towns, Big Photos

Tuesday October 04, 2016

You know how they say “You can’t go home again”? New Zealand photographer Christopher Young tried, and his photo series, Small Town, seems to prove them right. 

This British photographer captured moments of unprecedented intimacy with some of Africa’s most elusive animals. And he used a robot to do it.

Bridges with Seoul

Wednesday September 28, 2016

Photographer Manuel Alvarez Diestro honours the bridges of South Korea by shooting them from their best angle – underneath. 

Peter Tarasiuk: Back in the (former) USSR

Wednesday September 21, 2016

Peter Tarasiuk is one of our favourite photographers. (Disclaimer: he takes photos for us on occasion, but we promise they’re objectively good.) So we’re excited to check out his first exhibition, Sleeping Districts, in Melbourne this week.