The goal of a 500px Guest Editor is to highlight active members of our community, while selecting individuals who are not only amazing photographers in their own right, but have experience in curating unique, quality content. With that in mind, we are excited to introduce our two new Guest Editors for the month of September, who will be curating our prestigious Editors’ Choice page! Scroll down to read more about these inspiring artists and visit their breathtaking work online.


The Chase by Tobias Hägg on

Tobias Hägg a.k.a. Airpixels, a photographer and filmmaker, was born and based in Eskilstuna, Sweden. According to the bio in his personal website, he is passionate about adventures and exploring new places from a unique perspective. His work has been published all around the globe in National Geographic, The Telegrapher, Daily Mail, and many other magazines, articles, and books. He has worked with brands like Converse and Adobe, to name a few.

One of those roads by Tobias Hägg on

“I strive for perfection in all my work even though I know perfection isn’t something I can achieve.”

Red Lagoon by Tobias Hägg on

“I strive for a unique perspective of life and I want to give you as an audience the best aerial work there is to get.”

Getaway Cottage by Tobias Hägg on

Destiny by Tobias Hägg on

“My work is often inspired by nature and the beautiful things we usually take for granted. Behind every shot there is an idea of what I would like to accomplish and I hope you will find it interesting.”

Waiting for Autumn by Tobias Hägg on

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Niflheim by Helen  Warner on

Helen Warner is a fine art photographer living and working in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Originally from Toulouse in the South West of France, Helen is a graduate of The Queen’s University of Belfast, where she mastered in Cinema and Modernism.

Preservation  by Helen  Warner on

Nightingdale by Helen  Warner on

Her photography is deeply influenced by the intertwining of theatre, intricate costume making and story telling.

L"ETOILE by Helen  Warner on

With the use of traditional props and costumes, Helen creates fantastically freakish images which aim to recreate the opaque world of dreams.

The frozen theatre by Helen  Warner on

The Golden Child by Helen  Warner on