Robert Capa is widely recognized as a war photographer. During his young life (he died at the age of 40), Capa shot five wars including the Spanish Civil War and World War II. His most famous images, taken in black and white, came from his coverage of D-Day, as he was only one of four photographers chosen to show the first days of the Allied troops advance through Normandy. He…

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Miami-based filmmaker Jorge Miranda works with miniature paper dolls to create whimsical scenes that are captured on camera and shared on Instagram. Using tiny cut-outs of photographed people, he places them in amusing situations that have the appearance of black and white film stills. We see one man jumping onto a larger-than-life spoon that sends another bearded…

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Budapest, Hungary-based photographer Bianka Schumann captures the fragile transition from childhood to adulthood in her evocative series Arkhai. Using her younger brother and his best friend as subjects, Schumann explores the "no man's land" of adolescence from the viewpoint of an adult outsider. Entering their secretive world, she photographs the pair's adventures in the…

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The world is completely different when viewed from high up in the sky. Though we can't always experience these types of spectacular scenes in person, Melbourne-based photographer Tom Blachford provides viewers with a unique perspective of the world through his collection of captivating aerial shots.

To document such breathtaking places, Blachford flies above Melbourne in an open-door…

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