Historic generals have always captured our imagination. They have been romaticized, in large part thanks to the uniform, and accompanying decorations. And when it comes to uniforms, the 19th century witnessed some of the most swanky ones. Today's celebrities are no less adored, often portraying historic figures, or imitating their appearance.
Photographer Bartek Olszewski shot this amazing photo of two rutting stags. He had just entered London's Richmond Park when he found them battling. The battle lasted only a few seconds, but Bartek came prepared. He had his camera ready and as a result, his shot made it to National Geographic's Photo
Long before Photoshop, photographers found ways of manipulating images through various lighting, film and darkroom techniques. There are countless mysterious photos circulating on the internet that claim to be authentic, but are easily confirmed to be fake. Some however, are decades old and after years of scrutiny by experts, remain
History has been made. The Philae Lander has successfully separated from the Rosetta and landed on the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet. This is mankind's first comet landing ever. Philae has relayed back some of the pics it captured on the way. Here they are: What you see above is the Philae Lander separating from
Here is a small plug for some of the services I am offering, mainly product photography. Feel free to get in touch for any sort of products that you would like photographed and showcased in a professional manner. Capturing this watch took hours of preparation and experiments before I finally clicked
Photographer Daniel Morel has won a major copyright victory concerning photos he took during the 2010 Haitian earthquake. After a four year battle, a Manhattan jury awarded him $1.22 million in damages. Daniel had shared the images he took of the earthquake on Twitter. These images were then used by Getty