Review of the Year 2019: Top 25 Photography


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Photography is always a medium that has the It’s Nice That audience (and team) gawping at their screens and this year saw us publish some of the most expansive photographically led stories to date.

From one particular Massachusetts-based photographer’s incredible Photoshop process, to wedding photography that’s not “wedding photography”, to extensive series taken over several years, and images raising questions of identity, plus plenty of animals (foxes, Afghan hounds, cats – and who could forget the llamas?), it’s safe to say that photographers have known no bounds in 2019. Especially when it comes to photographing eggs.

Ranging from Manchester to Leipzig, Birmingham, Paris, Los Angeles, New England and Guangzhou, take a trip across the globe through our most popular photography series of the year.

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