When photographer Ken Van Sickle was 23 and living in Paris, he could barely afford rolls of film. One night, hearing that jazz great Chet Baker was playing, he went and took only two pictures, and one was blurry. So…
No, these designs aren’t the latest in 3D printing technology; they are photographs of snowflakes taken by self-taught Moscow photographer, Alexey Kljatov.
By PBS NewsHour
In 1965, photographer and writer Dickey Chapelle was killed in Vietnam, becoming the first female American journalist to be killed covering a war. In the new book, "Dickey Chapelle Under Fire," author John Garofolo talks about Chapelle's work, influence, and…
By Danielle Miles
If you took all of the African-ness away from New Orleans, there would be very little left.
By Corinne Segal
As images of desperate Syrian refugees make headlines, Nour Nouralla is one of a group of photographers bringing focus to the individual faces and voices that share a Syrian identity with the project “Syrian Eyes of the World.”…
By Micha Paulateer
Every time I ask my 11-year old brother Malachai what he wants to be when he grows up, he replies, "A police officer." But in the eyes of the world, he is a child.
By Adriana Zehbrauskas
I spent two years photographing a Mexico City neighborhood called Tepito, also know as El Barrio Bravo "The Fierce Neighborhood."…
By Brittney Sankofa
How I felt as a seventh-grader interviewing toothless liquor store regulars in the cold.
This shot is all that's left of the iconic Jet Star roller coaster.
By Corinne Segal
We don’t know who took these photos, or exactly when, or why.
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