Tony Blair grins for his photograph as he holds up his smartphone to take a selfie. He's delighted with himself and what he's done. Behind him, black smoke and hellish flames bloom over an arid landscape.
If you are at all interested in travel or photography, then you probably know National Geographic for the stunning images that take you around the world, introducing you to remarkable cultures and people.
This was taken in the California desert in 1970. At the time, a lot of monks in Vietnam had set fire to themselves to protest against the war and its expansion into Cambodia. I called the shot Immolation
Wherever you are in the world, share your photographs and videos of the sun and take part in Olafur Eliasson's global project In 2003-4, over two million people experienced artist Olafur Eliasson’s now
At the time, they were written off as duds. What was the point in having photographs and footage of rocket launches if the rockets were nowhere to be seen? Because of poor timing and bad luck, the photographers
In 1901-2, Horace Warner took photos of East End street kids, who he called 'Spitalfields nippers'. A self-taught photographer in his personal life – and a wallpaper printer for William Morris in his –
Kate Winslet is on the cover of this month's Vogue and the photo is unbelievable. I mean, literally unbelievable. The 38-year-old, who does OK without Mario Testino's help, looks in this portrait like
A dip into the Bon Appétit archives brings columnist Julia Kramer face to face with cocktail great Charles H. Baker Jr.—and one of his more questionable creations At a party a few years ago at a Chicago