Today we're excited to introduce you to 20 new recommended photographers on EyeEm. We admire their work and want to help them get discovered. If you want to suggest other photographers to be featured on EyeEm, you can apply now!
Ole is our Public Relations Manager. He is the man with his finger on the pulse, and makes sure that everyone, everywhere, hears about EyeEm. But what does he have to do with Winona Ryder?
All Eyes On features inspiring members of the EyeEm community. Today we're chatting with @eminakovacic about her passion for architecture and its influence on our day to day lives.
Founder of the iPhone Photography School Emil Parkarklis shares how to take stunning silhouette photos with your phone.
Bianca is our lovely Operations Manager, a true homegirl of Berlin, a blonde beauty, a crazy early bird and has been with us since December. Want to know her better? Read on!
EyeEm is coming to Tokyo! As part of our cooperation with Lufthansa Japan we're hosting an EyeEm exhibition at UNIT in Daikanyama and an EyeEm Meetup at the Impossible Project Space Tokyo.
For our newest mission, we are teaming up with our friends at IMPOSSIBLE to launch Impossible Moments, which focuses on capturing those incredibly rare and beautiful moments.
Ed Kashi is one of the world's most prominent sociopolitical photojournalists with whom we recently had the chance to chat about some of his current projects and inspirations.
Give a big welcome to Karl, the newest member of the iOS team. Karl made his way to Berlin from Paris and has quite a few interesting stories to tell.
One of our ongoing missions is a collaboration with PhotoPhilanthropy to bring awareness to social and environmental issues around the world. By submitting your photo, you have a chance to receive a personal photo critique by renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi.
We partnered with Deutsche Welle, Germany's official international broadcaster, to find out how people get creative in small spaces. 7 photos were chosen to be featured on Deutsche Welle's news site.