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By Corinne Segal
A photo series shows the legacy of Canada's residential schools program, which aimed to eliminate the culture of indigenous people.
Photographer B.A. Van Sise, himself a descendant of Walt Whitman, has set out to create a portrait of his legacy.
A photographer documented stories of fatherhood from East New York, Brooklyn, where about one-third of residents live below the poverty line.
By PBS NewsHour
It’s hard to look someone in the eye and deny their humanity, says iO Tillett Wright. Now Wright has spent the past six years photographing people who identify across the LGBT spectrum. Wright offers a Brief but Spectacular take on…
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, we look at the work of Arizona photographer Mike Olbinski. He goes where the storm goes -- to photograph timelapse videos. Olbinski’s videos have been used in commercials, documentaries and even feature…
South Africa’s apartheid era -- when segregation was legal and the white minority ruled -- is remembered as a time of rampant violence and divisiveness. But a photo exhibit this summer showcases the private lives that some South Africans carved…
By MN Original - Twin Cities PBS
R.J. Kern likes to wear many hats. He's an award-winning wedding photographer, a fine arts photographer and a taekwondo instructor. "Having the balance between different jobs helps me."…
At lower Manhattan’s International Center for Photography, the new exhibit “Public, Private, Secret” examines the changing role of privacy in light of contemporary surveillance and oversharing. The exhibition offers a historical perspective on voyeurism and surveillance and considers the definition…
By Larisa Epatko
At concerts, camera phones have replaced cigarette lighters to show audience appreciation. Here are five tricks of the trade by a professional concert photographer.
Most people alive today have never seen the Milky Way. That's a problem that Matt Dieterich, a night sky photographer, has spent his life working to fix.
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