bodies

The New York Times’ Photographic Double Standard

In covering the terrorist attack on a Nairobi hotel that killed at least 21 people by Shahab extremists, The New York Times decided to publish an image of a bullet-riddled body taken by Khalil Senosi. Photo Twitter was outraged, and Poynter wrote about the “hard choice” the NYT made regarding the selection.

Shooting Human Body Vehicles for a Transport Company

An advertising agency recently approached me about shooting photos for a transportation industry company. They had the idea of forming different modes of transportation (e.g. car, boat, motorcycle and truck) out of the bodies of the workers.

Woman Photoshops Her Body in Real Time in This Powerful Statement on Beauty

Personal trainer Cassey Ho is a YouTube star with an exercise channel boasting more than 2.1 million subscribers. In recent days, however, she has seen an increase in the number of negative comments by people criticizing her appearance. In order to express what she felt in reading those messages, Ho came up with the idea of creating a video in which she Photoshops herself to create "the perfect body" based on what commenters want her to look like.

9 Amazing Body Painting Photographs by Trina Merry

Trina Merry is a bodypainting artist based in San Francisco. There's a good chance you've seen her work before, as a number of her projects have enjoyed widespread viral success on the Web.

Her "Human Motorcycle Project" is a series of photographs showing motorcycles created entirely out of painted human bodies.

Bodyscapes: Creating Landscape Photos With the Human Body

Carl Warner isn't your typical landscape photographer. Where most would take to the outdoors, the London-based photog creates landscapes in his studio. Previously, we shared his surreal photo series Foodscapes: landscapes created using all manner of edible products.

His most recent project is a departure from his work with food, and perhaps posed an even greater challenge. Dubbed "Bodyscapes," the series turns the ridges, hills and valleys of one or more human bodies into strange and surreal landscape photos.