With each day filled with information and social media content, not many things can catch my eye and make me stop scrolling. However, street photos by Cosmin Gârleșteanu did. This Romanian photographer captures everyday moments in his hometown of Bucharest, often adding a humorous tone to them. They made me not only stop scrolling but often look twice… And then smile. So, I reached out to Cosmin, wanting to know more about his work. In this article, you’ll read more about him and his street photography. Of course – you’ll see his selected photos.
As Hallowe’en approaches, it brings with it some photographic challenges. Not least of all is the issue of how to photograph a vampire, should you be (un)lucky enough to come across one. It didn’t happen unless you got a photo of it, right? So how are you going to prove the encounter to your followers if you can’t get that insta-worthy snap?
The very nature of vampires makes them a pain in the neck to photograph. They prefer the nocturnal hours and have traditionally avoided being caught on film. But, now we have modern mirrorless technology, that should all be in the past.
If you’ve been scrolling through social media lately, chances are you’ve seen an equally hilarious and nightmarish photo of a jumping Afghan hound. When I first saw it on Facebook, its quirkiness literally made my day. Thanks to the comments, I found the photographer behind this hilarious image. It’s Salla Kuikka, a photographer from Finland. We got in touch, and she told us more about the photo that recently went viral.
Hey, you! Yes, you! Can’t you hear this lovely bear calling you? He wants you to check out the hilarious 2023 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards finalists. This furry poser is among the 41 images that have entered the final selection before the contest winner is announced. And he wants to share the photos with you and make your day!
There are a lot of public perceptions when it comes to photographers. There are also a lot of in-jokes amongst the photography community. This ten-and-a-half-minute video from Casually Explained mocks all of them.
It’s an absolutely hilarious take on a hypothetical newbie’s potential future in their photography journey. What camera should you get? What genre should you shoot? How do you make money with photography?
The Comedy Pet Photo Awards recently treated us with its hilarious finalist images. My favorite of the bunch was a photo of cats (of course it was), and I’m happy to announce that a cat photo is also the contest winner. Michel Zoghzoghi took it and called it A life Changing Experience. It shows his adorable two rescue kittens, and as always – there are more photos to chuckle at and “aww” about.
Hear ye, hear ye! Our favorite The Comedy Pet Photo Awards has published the shortlists of this year’s contest. I chose this goofy cat “gang” to invite you to view them because – how can you reject a gang like this? Now that the cats and I have your attention. let’s jump in and see the rest of the 25 finalists for 2023.
Do you love pets as much as we do? I mean, how can you not? Photographer Belinda Richards loves them too, and they’re the main subjects in her photo studio.
In Belinda’s hilarious series Who Cut the Cheese? she captures the essence of furry friends, particularly their innate ability to make us smile. In these portraits, you’ll see dogs with their facial expressions wondering who cut the cheese… But also the main suspect in the smelly incident.
When animals photobomb my shots, it’s the cutest thing. I don’t know about you, but I just can’t get mad at them. But when they photobomb a live camera during a broadcast and startle a meteorologist, you get a darn hilarious moment live on TV. This recently happened to an NBC6 South Florida weather presenter, and it was as charming as it was funny.
They say people and pets start to look alike after some time. And if your “pet” is your camera, are you two starting to look alike too? Rachel and Daniel of Mango Street imagine what it would look like if the camera brands we use were people. In this light-hearted sketch, they show us what they imagined, so let’s see if you agree.