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Our photographer Pranabesh Das took this interesting picture of the Charak Puja Festival in Bangladesh.  The event is unique in the context of Bengali festivals and dedicated to penance. Men and women who participate in the ritual have to fast for an entire month, every day from sunrise to sunset, and in between they live strictly of fruits. […]

Nicole Cambré is a travel, street and wildlife photographer from Brussels. Her work is focused on documenting the mood of unexpected moments on her many journeys off the beaten track. Recently, her picture “The Great Migration” won in the Nature category of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2014. Photographers from over 150 countries had submitted their work […]

Kevin Russ, who makes a living as a globetrotter by taking pictures with his iPhone, is likely to be one of our most unconventional photographers. For example, he refrains from using expensive equipment, arguing that “If the photos I take make me feel what I felt when I was there in person, that’s really all I’m trying […]

It’s that time of year again: goodbye 2014 – 2015, here we come. For Photocircle, it’s been an exciting year, and thanks to you – our photographers, supporters and friends – a great one, full of small and big achievements. The following 20 pictures contributed a great deal to that: our photos of the year, […]

Helping to change lives by selling beautiful and innovative pictures, and by giving back to less privileged people around the world – sounds like Photocircle to you? And you’re right, of course. Only, we’re not alone anymore: recently, we came across a fantastic project from Hong Kong, called Lensational. Lensational is a non-profit, social enterprise […]

It’s that time of year again! The days are getting shorter, the autumn air is crisp, leaves are illuminating the streets in bright shades of red, yellow and orange – and tonight, monsters, ghosts, vampires and corpse brides are going to walk the streets in your home town, to scare the living hell out of […]

Jim Delcid is a lover of travel and it’s evident from his Photocircle profile. A native from Montreal, Canada, Delcid has a great eye for striking shots – which is obvious from his pictures. But what’s more unassuming is his generosity: he has donated 100% of all of the profits he would earn from selling […]

Joel Sharpe, a Photocircle photographer is also an award winning documentary film maker, currently in production with a new feature film. Sharpe spends his time immersed in different cultures traveling around the world exploring and documenting the world of surf, nature, the arts and helping NGO’s tell their stories. He has an ability to capture excitement […]

A Munich native, Photocircle photographer Franz Sussbauer is not only shooting Bavaria with his camera, but also places as diverse as Laos, South Korea or Finland. Besides photography, his interests are modern art and architecture. For Photocircle, he has captured people, cities and landscapes, and created a series of surreal beauty called „Schlafende Wiesn“ (Sleeping […]

Surfing is one of the freest ways to spend time on this planet. The power and majesty of nature, caught for a moment by a surfer as they look to catch that perfect wave. Lars Jacobsen is one of those people who are inspired to ride that free wave. He’s accomplished so much already, like […]

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Since early October 2019 we've already been able to plant 142.253 trees thanks to the pictures sold on Photocircle. They will absorb approximately 11.380.240 kg CO₂ within the next five years.