Not only is Greenland one of the most remote places in the world, …
Not only is Greenland one of the most remote places in the world, …
Today, interest in adventure travel is at an all-time high. Most modern day travelers design their travel itineraries based on the exciting experiences that it will provide. For photographers, this is especially true, as portfolio worthy images often come from adventurous experiences.
NASA has released a Martian weather report complete with photos taken of the Red Planet's icy landscape.
Tucked deep inside the Himalayas resides the transcendent and picturesque Zanskar Valley. Photographer Venki Ramachandran captured portions of this epic landscape on a recent journey where witnessed firsthand its enticing vistas.
Antarctica is a bucket list destination for countless landscape and wildlife photographers, and for good reason. Dramatic, jagged mountain peaks rise high over colonies consisting of millions of penguins living on the frozen earth below. While photographing Antarctica is a rare experience in itself, photographing a total solar eclipse in Antarctica is akin to winning the lottery.
Following numerous travel restrictions and flight cancellations, Jeroen Van Nieuwenhove finally made his dream come true and landed in Greenland to photograph its majestic floating icebergs in sub-zero temperatures.
Photographer Christopher Dormoy's "Eternal Spring" timelapse film was inspired by global warming. Dormoy says that melting ice is beautiful and symbolizes spring, but it can also symbolize the problematic aspects of our climate.
After a woman who brazenly drove her car across the top of a frozen river in Canada crashed through the surface, onlookers were confused and shocked to find that she stopped to take a selfie with the sinking car before making it to safety.
While locked down in Sydney during the COVID-19 pandemic, I am keeping safe and sane. Try this "Ice Flowers" project at home -- it's fun and easy.
NASA has shared the first two images from Juno's June 7th, 2021 flyby of Ganymede that shows dark and bright terrain and long structural features possibly linked to tectonic faults on the surface of Jupiter's giant moon.
After a series of experiments, an art director has created a macro photo series of ice crystals after he happened to notice the interesting way they formed on the inside of his freezer.
In an attempt to spread awareness of climate change, conceptual artist Patricia Carr Morgan has published a series of images that depicts ice and glaciers melting in Greenland and Antarctica.
Montreal-based art director Christopher Dormoy has created one of the most hypnotic timelapses we've ever seen. It's called "Black Ice," and it combines ink, ice, flowers, and creative macro photography filming techniques to produce something truly stunning.
Paddling Tranquility is a new project by photographers Toby Harriman and Jussi Ruottinen of Planet Unicorn, who trekked to remote Alaskan glaciers to capture gorgeous photos of a paddleboarder navigating through a landscape of ice.
During SXSW in Austin, Texas, earlier this month, award-winning Canadian documentary photographer Louie Palu held an unusual exhibition titled "Arctic Passage." His large format photos were displayed on a plaza frozen within large blocks of ice.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has released an eye-opening pair of new photos that show a massive crater of water ice on Mars. The crater measures 51 miles (83km) across and contains a 1.1-mile-thick (1.8km) mound of water ice all year round.
DJI camera drones are likely spying on the United States for China. At least, that's what a newly uncovered US government memo claims. DJI has responded by calling the allegations "insane."
Look at Finland on a map (and squint your eyes a touch) and you'll see a woman, standing strong, defiant, with one hand held high. This was the symbol Finnish photographer Suvi Sievila wanted to capture for her portrait The Maiden of Finland... but first she had to build a dress made of ice.
After a winter storm hit the Lake Ontario region last weekend, photographer John Kucko was tipped off about a house on the lake shore that had gotten encased in icicles and ice sheets. Kucko paid a visit and shot a set of photos showing the unusual sight.
Baikal is... impressive. It's the deepest and the cleanest lake on Earth. When we were planning our trip, we had no idea how wonderful, majestic, and fairy it would be. We were enraptured by its beauty, so much so that we almost didn't sleep all 3 days we were there.
Photographer Kaylyn Messer was browsing Facebook recently when she learned that there was a large ice circle in the river close to her home. She grabbed her camera, jumped into her car, found the circle, and shot a series of beautiful photos.
When photographer Erik Hijweege realized that there were over 22,000 species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, he was shocked... and inspired. Inspired to create a hauntingly beautiful series of glass ambrotypes depicting some of these endangered species encased in ice.
Photojournalists are used to risking life and limb to capture their subject, but how many have had to risk freezing to death in Siberia? Photojournalist Amos Chapple has, and he recently told the story behind this "scariest assignment of my life" in a photo essay that'll have you literally holding your breath.
In cold enough temperatures, hot water tossed into the air instantly turns into ice. That's what's captured in this beautiful photo by photographer Michael Davies -- it shows his friend Markus Siivola tossing hot tea from a thermos into the -40°C air.
Here's an inspiring 16-minute short by SmugMug Films that shows how photographer Tim Kemple recently visited Iceland with two world-class climbers (Klemen Premrl and Rahel Schelb) to explore and photograph Iceland in fresh new ways.
Over the past several years, the U.S. Geological Survey has been shooting a "Repeat Photography" project in various locations to show how glacier ice has been retreating over the past century. Using photos from the late 1800s and early 1900s as references, photographers are rephotographing those same scenes to show how things have changed (and are changing).
The power of the slowly moving ice could be felt even from our lofty vantage point in the small, single-engine plane. A vast river of glacial ice stretched far into the horizon. Treeless mountains reared above us on both sides as we soared up the valley, their grey stone walls loosely robed in a white frock of snow, even though it was the height of summer.
Russian photographer Alexey Trofimov calls Lake Baikal "the gem that does not need to be cut." It's the oldest, largest, deepest, and clearest freshwater lake in the world. Every winter, as temperatures plummet to well below zero, the crystal clear lake water forms brilliant gem-like ice that glimmers in the sunlight.
Microsoft Research has announced version 2.0 of its Image Composite Editor (ICE) software, a free program that offers advanced panoramic photo stitching technology. If you're on a Windows machine and need a way to combine multiple photos into single shots, ICE is a download you may want to look into.
Here's a behind-the-scenes video showing a recent photo shoot for the new British psychological thriller TV show Fortitude. It shows how the team went about making the actors look cold and frosty while posing in an ordinary warm photo studio.