PLUS: A cleansing wind for Mars and a new star for Orion (eventually).
Sony's Alpha A7II is a mirrorless, full-frame workhorse of a camera, and a steal at less than $1,000.
Working entirely in-camera, Christoffer Relander juxtaposes neon-lit street scenes with pristine wilderness.
Whether or not you've heard of VSCO, your iPhone snapshots could benefit from their photography science.
Photographer Fernando Montiel Klint imagines a world where technology has gone amok.
Plus: Sisyphi Cavi, nanoparticles, and Cepheid variables.
Photographer George Marazakis documents traces of human activity for his series 'A Cure for Anthropocene'.
Christian Voigt used analog and digital trickery to isolate individual dinosaurs from larger exhibitions.
Plus impact craters, a Martian sunset, and a view of Uranus.
A new exhibition charts the history of moon photography—just in time for the 50th anniversary of the NASA mission.
Nineteenth-century glassworkers Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka made very accurate educational aids. Don't feel bad if they fool you.
Ryan Young captured the drifting action in his series 'Home on the Grange'.
Plus, checkout the landslides, ice caps, and earthquakes on Mars.
Christian Vizl gets up close with sharks, sea lions and more.
The old Hollywood studios built thousands of ornate theaters across the country. Most have been torn down or abandoned.
Let's enjoy the planet in all its glories.
Plus a Martian crater, a nebula in transition, and a glorious cluster.
In Russia's Mezensky district, scavengers search for metal from the the remains of rockets.
Photographer Aristotle Roufanis' large-scale images are made using thousands of photographs of metropolises after dark.
South Korea-based photographer JeongMee Yoon explores targeted advertisements to children through their inventories of pink and blue things.
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