Photos by Steven Paneccasio. More below.
Calling all photographers, Monster Children’s Annual Photo Comp is now open for entries. There’s $25k to be won spread out across several different categories. Finalists will be exhibited in LA and NY, and works will be published in the upcoming photo annual.
If you’re interested in submitting work, get the full details here.
Photographer Wesley Verhoeve is traveling across the United States to meet creatives in specific cities, listen to their stories, and capture their portraits. He is visiting 12 cities, spending a week in each, and meeting upwards of 30 creatives every time.
The first photo essay has been posted, and it focuses on the creative community in Charleston, South Carolina. See it here.
I’d seen this image floating around of lightning striking while a volcano is erupting but didn’t know who shot it, and I wasn’t even sure it was real. It was such an epic photo that I could actually hear the theme song to Highlander as I stared at it. It had to be real.
It is real, and thanks to Spoon and Tamago, I can tell you the photographer is Takehito Miyatake. It appears a lot of his work involves capturing the wild natural light of Japan. Take a look at some more images below!