Photographer Roger Vail has been making carnivals his photographic bread-and-butter since 1971 and shows no sign of stopping.
Photographer Michael Taylor creates spinning, balletic figures, surreally lit against the French Alps and Irish lakes.
Lee Montgomery paints the night sky using LED-enhanced, remote controlled aircraft.
Public transportation in Budapest just gets lot more spectacular.
2D or not 2D? For photographers today, that is the question.
Tom Blachford shoots Palm Springs’ swank, midcentury mansions using only lunar illumination.
Jason D. Page makes spirits and apparitions with extended exposures.
A stunning new series from photographer Keow Wee Loong sets out to document "the feeling of being of being one with the speed of light."
Photographer Calder Wilson paints the sky with a sparking drone in his new light art experiments.
Photographic artist Alexis Coram puts a psychedelic spin on her gorgeous 'Technicolour Alaska' Northern Lights footage.
Tim Gamble's swirling light art is all created in-camera, or, as he calls it, "straight out of the box."
Takehito Miyatake, winner of the 2014 Nikkei National Geographic Photo Grand Prize, says his photos are inspired by Waka poetry and natural disasters.