Have you ever wondered what Stormtroopers do when they are not fighting Jedis and rebels? Now it is you chance to find out! Spanish artist Jorge Pérez Higuera has captured the everyday life of a Stormtrooper on camera. His artistic photo project is called “The Other Side” and will definitely put a smile on your face.
The future of our oceans and ultimately our future is dark. Pollution is affecting the oceans so much that in some places you cannot surf after it rains. Photographer Michael Dyrland has experienced this issue in Los Angeles, therefore he has created the “Hazmat Surfing” photo project to raise awareness of ocean pollution.
A Hawaii-based photographer named Diana Kim has managed to reconnect with her father with the help of a long-term photo project called The Homeless Paradise. The artist was documenting the lives of the homeless when she found out that her father was one of them. Here is the story of Diana Kim and her alienated father.
The homeless people are often portrayed in a bad light in order to put further emphasis on their struggles. Photographer Aaron Draper is trying to go a different route by capturing color photos of the homeless which are meant to send a message of hope for these people to the viewers. His striking series is called “Underexposed”.
Parents and photographers Ania Waluda and Michal Zawer have captured a series of playful portraits of their one-month-old daughter Emilia. The surreal photos of newborn Emilia are the real deal and they have not been manipulated with Photoshop. Instead, Ania and Michal have used creativity to make their daughter float.
We have featured tintype photography on Camyx in the past. It seems like this technique, which was popular in the 1860s, is making a comeback in the 21st century. Tintypes II is a series of poignant portrait photos of actors and celebrities captured by photographer Victoria Will at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
A Brazilian artist has spent four months growing an epic beard only to have to shave half of it off. Upon realizing his mistake, Adriano Alarcon has decided to replace it with candy or toys, thinking that other people will not notice it. Well, it was all part of a plan that resulted in the creative and fun “Fifty Fifty Selfie Barber Shop” series.
Emotional cancers are causing a lot of harm to a lot of people. Depression or anxiety can turn into real monsters and they can affect the best of us, photographer Alec Dawson says. The artist has even created an amazing photo series consisting of haunting portraits of people struggling to cope with their inner issues.
Can you imagine living in a place where sometimes the sun never sets and sometimes it never rises? Welcome to Earth and the Arctic Circle. Temperatures are not very kind to normal human life, but there are people living near the Arctic Circle and photographer Cristian Barnett has portrayed them in the “Life on the Line” project.
You can find tranquility in chaos. In order to prove this thing, here is “Urbanistan”, a travel photography series which portrays people living in poor communities. Although they are surrounded by chaos, the artist has managed to capture the subjects in a calm manner, handing out a sense of peacefulness to the viewers.
Photographer Tim Tadder has teamed up with two other artists in order to create a surreal portrait photo project that celebrates the “Day of the Dead” Mexican holiday. It is called “Las Muertas” and it consists of models who impersonate the goddess Mictecacihuatl, who has become a “Calavera Catrina”.
French photographer Réhahn moved to Vietnam in 2011 after falling in love with the places and the people during a trip in 2007. The artist has captured thousands of portraits and traveled through one quarter of the country. Among these photos, you can find the enchanting “Hidden Smiles” of Vietnamese people.
Have you ever wondered what you will look like when you get older? Or what you will wear? Photographer Alex de Mora is attempting to envision the future, so he is showing what our generation will wear when they get older. Life of Leisure is a project hinting that we will prefer “leisurewear” over other style of outfits.
What would you do if a complete stranger comes to you, asks you “which is your biggest regret?”, asks you to write it down, and asks you to pose with the answer for a photo? Well, artist Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi is that complete stranger and she has managed to find willing subjects for her awesome portrait photo project.
A Seattle-based photographer is putting his infant son into all kinds of dangerous situations. However, you need not worry, as it is all photoshopped and part of a cute photo series called “Madd Stunts”. Maddex is Brandon Hill’s toddler, who seems to enjoy the photo shoots as well as being a daredevil for this project.