Starting in 2011, photographer Stan Chang and his family embarked on a 3-year journey through 30 European countries. Chang has since taken the photos captured during this trip of a lifetime and turned them into gorgeous time-lapses showing the beauty of Europe.
I made this photographic series called "Night at the airport" because every time I have a layover at the airports during the night, or the day sometimes, I see people sleeping, reading, playing games on their telephones and I'm wondering where they're going to and where do they come from; if it's a business trip, they are going to see their families, or just travelling the world.
No parasols and no party boats. I'm more focussed on contrasts, light and shadow, traces of people and everyday culture - purely as I find all this on my trip. This my personal photographic view on the country.
In 2009, I was involved in a near fatal car crash when an oncoming car made an unsafe left turn in front of my vehicle, nearly killing me. This life changing incident was a blessing. It forced me to slow down and really assess how I was living and experiencing my life. This near-death experience […]
What better way to explore the far reaches of New Zealand … uhh, I mean Middle Earth… than with Tolkien’s Gandalf as your guide? That’s what photographer Akhil Suhas was thinking when, while planning his 6-month trip across the country after university, he packed a Gandalf costume… just for fun. “I wanted a recurring subject […]
Back in September 2016, I decided to fulfill my dream of traveling and photographing North America. Without any set itinerary, I hit the road and ended up driving and flying more than 24,000km (~15,000mi), experiencing some of the most amazing scenery and adventures.