Award-winning photojournalist Corky Lee passed away at the age of 73 on Wednesday due to complications from COVID-19.
The legendary photographer, who became known for his work covering the lives and struggles of the Asian American community, started experiencing symptoms of the virus on Jan. 3, CNN reports.
A photographer who asked a friend to take care of her cat while she was away at work had a pleasant surprise when she learned that her pet starred in her own cat portraits.
For many basketball fans and aspiring photographers, having the opportunity to shoot the Los Angeles Lakers during practices and games would be a dream come true, in and of itself.
But having LeBron James himself actually post your pics on his personal Instagram?
Vincent Dolman published a series of photos documenting the unusual yet interestingly beautiful love of holding hands among Indian men as they walk the busy streets of India.
The London-based celebrity and fashion photographer was inspired to document this cultural norm after he photographed two men holding hands.
Japan’s premier thigh photographer Yuya Sugiyama is set to turn this year’s autumn into the “season of thighs” with an upcoming exhibit featuring previous and latest works.
An image of an Indian woman standing on a shore of filth has gone viral on social media.
Photographer Ganesh Vanare took the image of his friend, Aishwarya Sharma, in Mumbai’s Juhu Beach to show how bad plastic pollution in the area has become.
“To be Asian and living in America is to be a perpetual foreigner in our own land.”
This is how Emily Cheng, the artist behind “But Where Are You Really From?” introduces her photo series.
Who would have thought that her photos — ethereal, whimsical and thought-provoking — were actually taken from her backyard?
A Belgian-Japanese photographer has set foot in Tokyo to capture the faces of fellow half-Japanese people for a novel project that aims to paint a picture of their hafu identity.
The very first thigh-themed restaurant just opened in Tokyo, Japan, and no, we’re not talking about chicken legs or thighs.
Inspired by the works of renowned Japanese photographer, Yuria, customers can now enjoy eating their meal while staring at women’s thighs.
Sasin Tipchai is a talented photographer from Thailand who shares many of his amazing photos on Pixabay. As he designated the images as public domain via Creative Commons, anyone can technically use his photos for any purposes.
What Tipchai did not expect was that someone would steal his photos to enter international photography competitions.
Celebrated French photographer Eric Lafforgue has taken thousands of photos from different parts of the world, but his published unfiltered images of North Korea have been among his most captivating ones.
“I first went to North Korea in 2008,” Lafforgue recalled. “At this time, there were no mobile phones in the country, and the only pics people were taking were thanks to the official photographers who stood at the entrance of the main monuments to sell some photo souvenirs to visitors.”