10 Photographs That Are Worth The Attention – Mind Blown!

We do love (and appreciate) the art of capturing the right photo. Timing and subject matter coming together to play tricks on the mind – awesome! The following 10 photographs tick all the boxes and should be enjoyed by all those who love the art of photography as much as we do. Enjoy. Caught in the act. Timed to perfection. Pic: Ger Kelliher Multi-colored sunset, perfectly framed. Pic: Gabriel Puyana Look it’s a plane. Pic: Stéphane Believe it ot not, this is actually one pho

2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Well you all know that we have a thing for photography here at Living 360, and let’s face it- there no better (or more prestigious) photography competition than the annual National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest. At least that’s how what we think. There were so many amazing entries this year, and we have had so much selecting our favourites below. Hope you enjoy these as much as we did. This image was captured very early in the morning after climbing Yello

Rio De Janeiro’s Favelas: Why Tourists Are Flocking To Stay Here During The Olympics

Favelas have been a huge tourist attraction for many years, and are now set to gain even more tourism as visitors for the Olympic games are choosing to book their accommodation in these favelas. The Slum tourism, which was once a small business, is now hugely popular. In fact, Slum tourism in Brazil is so popular that it is now one of the most well-known tourist attractions in the world. People visit every year to get to know one of the poorest places on earth. Before 2008, n

Meet The Man Behind The World’s Most Iconic Photograph

By Amanda Dyer Unless you have been living on another planet for the last 29 years, you would have seen this photograph. The famous ‘Afghan Girl’, whose piercing green eyes stared deeply from the cover of a National Geographic magazine cover in 1985, is one of the most iconic photographs ever taken by man. This man who took this photo is American born photographer Steve McCurry. Having one of the most iconic voices in the business, this Philadelphia, Pennsylvania native’s wor

16 Totally Photoshopped Images That Will Blow Your Mind

John Wilhelm is a Swiss IT Director by day and a mad photo-shopper by night. His subject of choice includes buildings, wildlife and his family. After snapping away, he gets working on his Adobe Photoshop software to create some wildly awesome creations. For all you people out there who like to quickly jump the gun and scream “Yeah right, that’s 100% photoshopped” – this one is dedicated to you. (All images copyright to John Wilhelm) OTHER AWESOME ARTICLES YOU WILL LOVE !! SEE

16 Totally Photoshopped Images That Will Blow Your Mind

John Wilhelm is a Swiss IT Director by day and a mad photo-shopper by night. His subject of choice includes buildings, wildlife and his family. After snapping away, he gets working on his Adobe Photoshop software to create some wildly awesome creations. For all you people out there who like to quickly jump the gun and scream “Yeah right, that’s 100% photoshopped” – this one is dedicated to you. (All images copyright to John Wilhelm) OTHER AWESOME ARTICLES YOU WILL LOVE !! SEE

The Most Dramatic Photographs of 2013 – Amazing!

In classic Living 360 style, our curators have looked at all the major happenings this year and hand selected the following photographs which (in our opinion) were the most dramatic and beautiful of 2013. It’s been a great year for some and not so great for others. Let us all sit back and ponder on these images and say a prayer for those who need it the most – but also celebrate the small victories which were also evident this year. GROVELAND, CA – AUGUST 24: Firefighters dou

Portraits Of Children From All Over The World And Where They Sleep

Kenyan born James Mollison grew up in England after studying art and design at Oxford Brookes, and later film and photography at Newport School of Art and Design. His latest work Where Children Sleep showcases stunning beautiful photographs of children and their bedrooms. Spanning the globe form U.S.A., Mexico, Brazil, England, Italy, Israel and the West Bank, Kenya, Senegal, Lesotho, Nepal, China and India, each pair of photographs is accompanied by an extended caption that