In Selma today, the town of about 20,000 people is roughly 80 percent black and more than 40 percent of residents live in poverty. Continue reading
Hoping to take a selfie with the Hope Diamond or a recreation of a NASA space module on a visit to a Smithsonian museum? Go right ahead. However, you’ll have to do it the old-fashioned way.
Sacramento photographer Justin Majeczky has a knack for capturing beautiful scenes in and around his city. Continue reading
Urban explorer Andre Govia is “addicted to decay.” He visited 900 locations in 22 countries. While confronting the hazards of trespassing in derelict buildings, he photographed abandoned hospitals, hotels, theme parks and mansions.
- From glamorous to ordinary, Vivian Maier’s street photography captured America’s mid-century urban life
In a matter of a few short years, Vivian Maier went from a reclusive and mysterious, largely unknown woman to widely recognized as one of the greatest street photographers of the 20th century. Continue reading
Photographer Birney Imes spent more than 20 years wandering through the Mississippi Delta region capturing images of the lives he came upon. Continue reading
For 10 years, National Geographic has been training young people around the world to use a camera as a tool for peace. The NewsHour’s Anne Davenport talks to a couple of aspiring photographers from South Sudan about bringing the stories of their community to the wider world. Continue reading
How can young photographers help begin to forge cross-cultural understanding? One photo at a time is the philosophy behind the National Geographic’s “Photo Camp” program, celebrating a decade of teaching students in 67 workshops around the world. Continue reading
Photographer Amy Sacka captures the beauty and stories of Detroit in daily pictures. Continue reading