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The Paraty mud carnival in Brazil - in pictures

Teenagers playing with mud started the Bloco da Lama in 1986 and it has since become an annual event in the city of Paraty. Hundreds of people wrestle, coat each other in mud and throw it around to the sound of samba and reggaeton at a carnival beach party. Clothes are optional, but mud is not

Brazil

Interview With Indian Documentary Photographer Avishek Das

Avishek Das is a Documentary photographer from Baruipur (Near to Kolkata), India. Over the past 7 years, he has been actively associated with this …

Street Photography

Agility Drill at the Westminster Dog Show: Pictures

51 Wonderful Color Photos That Capture Everyday Life in Mexico in the 1950s

Here is a collection of color photos that shows street scenes of Mexico from the 1950s.<br>Burros on a street of Taxco, ca. 1950s<br>Boy at entry of hospital …

Mexico City

Ian Lanterman Photography

Fashion and still life photography through the lens of Ian Lanterman.Based out of Vancouver, BC, Ian Lanterman is a photographer who’s mainly …

Japanese Photographer Yuichi Yokota Amazingly Captured While Tokyo Covered By Heavy Snow

Yuichi Yokota is a professional photographer from Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo saw its heaviest snow in 4 years on Jan 22, 2018, with authorities urging …

Mysterious snow scenes in Japan – in pictures

Every winter, a train runs across the island of Hokkaido in Japan. Known as the Okhotsk‑no‑Kaze (Wind of Okhotsk), it inspired the name of a series of snow-covered images by Shanghai-based photographer Ying Yin. “Snow is like a frame,” she says. “It can make usual things unusual. These photos show …

The Great Barrier Reef from the sky – in pictures

Photographer Joshua Smith’s latest project, The Reef,is an aerial explorationof his experience with Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef. Smith’s hope is to raise awareness of Australia’s connection with the reef and the impact humans have on it. The series is the the fifth instalment of Down Under from …

Great Barrier Reef

The 20 photographs of the week

Desert training for the Mars mission, the end of an extraordinary Super Bowl, unrest in Johannesburg and a leaning tower block after Taiwan’s earthquake – the past week, as captured by the world’s best photojournalists

Dreamy Photos Capture the Storybook Love Between Pastel Parrotlet Birds

Birds have an exquisite beauty that is amplified by fine art photography. Hi-tech lenses and macro techniques showcase the incredible details of their brilliant plumage. Photographer Rupa Sutton has captured a dreamy series of parrotlet birds where every blade is visible and awash in pastel pinks, …

Photos from a Confidential Initiation for Men in Senegal

In the summer of 2016, the Italian photojournalist Diana Bagnoli traveled to the village of Mlomb in Casamance, Senegal to tell the story of the …

Portraits Recall Harlem in the 1980’s

In 2018, you might find your mind casting back, reminiscing on the way things were when Harlem was black – long before the cultural imperialists …

A Journey Through ‘The Windows of My Studio’

“Wherever you go, there you are,” Confucius observed, explaining one of the inherent paradoxes of life. The nature of the human mind is one of an …

Tracing the roots of Araki’s obsession with the erotic image

Dubbed Japan’s most-controversial photographer, Nobuyoshi Araki has, for nearly half a century, pushed the boundaries of respectability to near-buckling point – and beyond.<p>A new retrospective exhibition co-curated by Maggie Mustard and Mark Snyder at New York’s Museum of Sex celebrates the …

Winners of the 2017 B&W Child Photo Competition Capture the Magic of Childhood

The winners of the 2017 B&W Child Photo Competition have been announced, marking the end of the fourth year of the contest. As one of the biggest international photography competitions, talented photographers from all over the world enter each year with their depictions of childhood. The winning …

Vintage 70s Selfies Show an Artist Discovering Her Sexuality

Playing dress up and shooting self-portraits at her parents' house in the suburbs coaxed Meryl Meisler out of the closet and into herself.<p>Growing up in Long Island during the 1950s and 60s, Meryl Meisler had the typical suburban life: girl Scouts, ballet and tap dance lessons, and prom. But while …

Night-time, neon and backstreet bars: an Instagram journey through Tokyo

In high-rise, hi-tech Tokyo, photographer RK finds pockets where the old-style city peeks through the neon-lit towers – and characters from galaxies far, far away

X-Files Photoshoot From The 90’s Is Going Viral Again, And It’s Super Weird Even For The 2018 Standards

90’s were the time when everyone went crazy for Tamagotchis, guys sported frosted tips, and denim ruled everyone’s wardrobes. It was also the time …

The X-Files

Photos: The L.A. Zoot Suit Riots of 1943 were a targeted attack on Mexican and nonwhite youths

A bloody melee that pitted hundreds of U.S. servicemen against the “freak” zoot suiters<p>The Zoot Suit Riots of 1943 weren’t a riot in the usual sense …

Los Angeles

I Am A Formerly Homeless Teenager Who Became An Award Winning Wedding Photographer

My life right now is spent hopping from one fancy wedding venue to the next, but it wasn't always that way.<p>I picked up my first camera when I was 11 …

99+ Photos That Will Show You The Cultures of the World

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their people from different cultures photos in the Cultures Of The World Photo contest with chances to …

Russian History

Chernobyl Shot With Infrared Photography Looks More Haunting Than Ever (Interview)

Infrared filters are known for creating a weird, eerie mood in pictures, no matter what you’re capturing. That is why taking a filter like that to an …

Pictures of the Week 2.1.18

Outdoors

We Dare You Not To Stare At These Incredible Photos

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing the brown color in the Color Brown Photo contest with chances to win Amazon …

Your pictures: Fantastic voyage

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "fantastic voyage".

Summer of love 50 years on – London then and now

Photographer David Levene hits the streets of London to rephotograph some of the capital’s locations to see how much they have changed since 1967<p>The summer of love is perhaps most closely associated with San Francisco’s hippy movement, which reached its zenith in 1967, but a similar phenomenon was …

Night photos that make Tokyo look like a sci-fi utopia - CNN Style

Mississippi Spying: These photos show the government’s conspiracy against integration in the South

Sweeping domestic surveillance and collusion with terrorist groups like the Ku Klux Klan<p>In 1954, <i>Brown v. Board of Education</i>’s ban of state …

Civil Rights

A century of cities at war – in pictures

Cities,First world war,Second world war,Iraq,Middle East and North Africa,World news,Photography<p>From the Blitz to Beirut to Baghdad, some of the world’s best photographers have strived to capture the scale and human cost of urban conflict

60 years since the great smog of London - in pictures

First published on Wed 5 Dec 2012 01.00 EST