This week it's all about something that surrounds us everywhere, yet is often not paid much attention to: Power Lines. The 25 best captures get featured right here on the EyeEm blog.
EyeEm gives you the freedom of format! But do you know where the different formats come from? We shine a light on the history of the most popular photographic formats and share some tips & tricks on how to get the most out of each one.
What did you think of last week's mission experiment? It was definitely fascinating to seeing all the photos being shared into both albums. Thank you so much for sharing such a personal moment with us and we hope you enjoyed taking part in this mission.
During the Hindu Festival in India Alfred Pleyer shot stunning portraits of the Naga Babas. The streetphotographer shared his impressive photos with us and aswered a few questions...
French street artist JR is in town and has set up 15 of his large-sized murals all over Berlin. Want to spot them all? Come join or EyeEm Meetup on Thursday, April 25, and follow the traces of JR together with us.
Capture the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see at night. ince we know everyone has different routines in the morning and night, we thought it would be nice to share this with the community and get to know each other better.
Damien Vignaux shoots amazing portraits. We've asked the French designer & photographer a few questions and found out why his love for experimentation leads to the most intimate & authentic results..
Thank you for taking part in The Press, the world's biggest mobile photo printing press. After 30 days of nonstop printing and more than 6.000 of your photos put on the wall, The Press closed production last weekend at Format Festival UK.