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“In This World, Everything Is Difficult”: Saints on the Streets of Athens

<i>Last year, we published a selection of photographs from Panos Kefalos’ project Saints, which was selected as a Juror’s Pick in our 2016 Street Photography Awards. We got in touch with Kefalos a year later to see if he had any news to share, and happily he has published a book featuring this</i> …

Street Photography

City of Ghosts review – gruelling but essential

The citizen journalists of Syrian website Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently are the haunted heroes of this tough documentary<p>The 18 certificate awarded to Matthew Heineman’s documentary about the citizen journalists behind the website Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently gives some indication of …

Islamic State (ISIS)

Photos of a Strange and Beautiful Australian Mining Town - Feature Shoot

In 2008, French photographer Antoine Bruy spent a year in Australia. When he returned home, he planned to bring with him more than a hundred rolls of …

Australia

The Best Photography Of The Week

​Every week, our friends at ViewFind are curating the best new photography and photojournalism on the web, so you can spend your weekend kicking back …

EP44 - City of Dreams with Street Photographer Roza Vulf

Today we have the wonderfully talented, Roza Vulf. An award winning street photographer, kind enough to spare some time, to call in to the show from …

Discover the mysterious Vivian Maier's photographs at this L.A. gallery

A collection of photographs taken by longtime nanny and secret street photographer Vivian Maier finally makes its way back to Los Angeles at La …

Street Photography

20 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Date a Street Photographer

Photographer Rohit Vohra, a Leica Ambassador and the co-founder of <i>APF Magazine</i>, came up with a humorous list of 20 reasons why you should never date …

Street Photography

Danny Lyon at Edwynn Houk Gallery, Zurich

Edwynn Houk Gallery, Zurich presents an exhibition of works by American photographer Danny Lyon.The exhibition features works from two of the …

Art

The Shaving of the Beasts

It is seven in the morning and dozens of locals and visitors, on foot and on horseback, begin a walk from the church of Sabucedo to the top of the …

Nature

'Stains On The Sidewalk': Photographer Remembers Year Of Murders In Baltimore

In American cities, the murder rate has kept rising over the last couple of years. One of the most violent cities in the U.S. is Baltimore.<p>That's where 22-year-old photographer Amy Berbert lives. She's been documenting every murder that took place in Baltimore in 2016. The city has more than twice …

United Methodist

AWAKEN – Tom Lowe's new feature doc showcases mindblowing new timelapse techniques

Tom Lowe has been very busy over the last five years filming his new project “AWAKEN.” The film, which is a celebration of the spirit of life, an …

This Is What Dinnertime Looks Like in Different Households - Feature Shoot

“I’m super nosy about people’s habits,” Milwaukee photographer Lois Bielefeld admits. “I’ve always craved going into people’s homes- it’s inspiring, …

Photography

A South African Artist’s Self-Portraits Excavate the Traumas of Apartheid | The New Yorker

On March 9, 2015, at the University of Cape Town, the student and activist Chumani Maxwele walked over to a bronze statue of the nineteenth-century British colonialist Cecil John Rhodes and flung a bucket of human excrement at the monument. It was the first in a series of rebellious acts that …

Africa

Wider Image: Life in California's largest immigration detention center

ADELANTO, California: Roberto Galan, 33, paid a trafficker US$3,000 to smuggle him into the United States from El Salvador for the first time as a …

Immigration

Incredible Vintage Photographs That Capture Inside a Saigon Opium Detox Clinic in 1949

In 1949, <i>LIFE</i> ran a photo essay depicting life in Saigon, Vietnam. The images featured candid, picturesque snapshots of life during the city's bygone …

Ho Chi Minh City

Discover the hill tribe villagers of Vietnam in this beautiful photo essay

AMONG THE many ethnic minority groups in Vietnam’s Sapa region are the Red Dao and the Black Hmong. These communities, with their independent …

Vietnam

'Politicians only see gold and oil in our lands': the Wampis nation of Peru – photo essay

The traditional culture of the Wampis has long been endangered by exploitation of the Amazonian rainforest and rivers. In 2015 the communities set up their own constitution and parliament, in a bid to protect their territory<p>Photographs by Jacob Balzani Lööv<p>In a territory of some 1.3 million …

Africa

Photographer conveys the loneliness of ex-prisoners in Kazakhstan - Feature Shoot

Despite the universal appeal of freedom, acclimatising to life post-incarceration is no easy task. Some might question whether ex-prisoners are …

Photography

EP43 - Hope and a Prayer with Photographer Christopher Rusanowsky

Christopher Rusanowsky joins us from the comfort of his home in Los Angeles, California. We’re getting back to photojournalism and documentary …

North Dakota

Humanist Street Photography Showcases Everyday Life in Post-War Paris

Throughout street photography's 150-year history, no city has charmed photographers and audiences quite like Paris. From Louis Daguerre to Henri …

Stanley Greene, a War Photographer Who Stayed When Others Left

Being a war photographer requires, first of all, bravery, or at least the ability to stay calm in situations of extreme danger. The other necessary qualities, beyond technical skill, include dedication, energy, ambition, a sense of curiosity and adventure, and, of course, luck. Most photographers …

Long Winded Lightroom Tip: Personalize the Identity Plate

Open up your favorite design application (Illustrator, Affinity Designer, Photoshop, Gimp, Paint, etc…) and set up a new document. Everything below …

Adobe

The Indomitable Spirit of the Idomeni Refugee Camp

As thousands of refugees huddle together outside their tents in a small wheat field, they warm themselves around their campfire and dream of a new …

Refugees

The History of Photojournalism. How Photography Changed the Way We Receive News.

Using images to communicate the news, photojournalism has shaped the way we view the world since the mid-19th century. What began as war photography has slowly spread to other newsworthy events, including sports, and even long-form storytelling through photo essays.<p>While some say its heyday has …

Riding With the Nigerian Soldiers Fighting Boko Haram

<b>This year,</b> I spent most of the month of January in northeastern Nigeria on a reporting trip for The Times Magazine with the writer Sarah Topol to tell the story of boys abducted by Boko Haram and forced to become child soldiers. During this time, I was also able to photograph parts of the conflict …