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The many faces of perfectionism

Paul Hewitt, PhD, does not have much patience with researchers who argue that perfectionism--the need to be or appear perfect--can sometimes serve as …

Dennis Morris

Photoshop Phoniness: Hall of Shame

<b>Photoshopping, digital alteration, image manipulation, blah blah blah. Everyone talks about the fact that so many images of women are “perfected”</b> …

Ralph Lauren

Our Story

Priceless, yes photographs are priceless…<p>They are just a bit of ink and paper, yet the images contained reflect life, family, heritage, legacy, …

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The spirit of difference

International Law

From stigma to supermodel

Rick Guidotti is a fashion photographer with a passion project: finding and sharing the beauty of kids with albinism and other conditions that affect …

APIs

La main de l'homme - Sebastiao Salgado

In 1986 Sebastião Salgado began a series of reportages on the theme of manual labor, throughout the different continents. This work was conceived to …

Developed Countries

Grands travaux - Sebastiao Salgado

GENESIS<p><i>Genesis</i> is a long-term photographic project, in line with the main bodies of work carried out previously by Sebastião Salgado; for example, …

She Who Tells a Story

Provocative work challenges perceptions of Middle Eastern identity<p>“She Who Tells a Story” introduces the pioneering work of twelve leading women …

National Geographic Magazine

See Previous Issues<p><img itemprop="contentUrl" style="transition: opacity 0.4s; opacity: 1;"></picture></div> <div>April 2018</div></a> </div> <div class="prev_iss_cover"> <a href="https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2018/03" target="_self"> <div class="LazyLoad is-visible"><picture><source …

Black History Month 2018 - Official Black History Month

How does that happen? Equally importantly, why is it still in place? This article will seek to: Firstly,…<p>Diversity Dashboard spoke to Rob about his …

Black History

Empire of Cricket the story of West Indies Cricket

Empire of Cricket looks at the story of the West Indies. and west Indian cricketing heroes have always understood that their achievements on the …

Cricket

Alison Lapper, artist and model for Marc Quinn's famous sculpture tells her story

Her family didn't want her, so Alison Lapper grew up in a children's home where kindness was mixed with outright cruelty. Now an artist and the model for Marc Quinn's famous sculpture, she tells her astonishing story - and challenges our ideas of what is beautiful<p>It was April 8 1965, the day after …

Time I

Disability photography: Changing the world one photograph at a time

<b>New Disability Horizons contributor, Emily Alecock, is a photographer specialising in the positive promotion of disability. She tells us how she</b> …

Jeff Wall: room guide, room 8 | Tate

In this multi-character tableau, Wall presents a highly orchestrated fantasy that mixes black humour with pathos.<p><i>Dead Troops Talk (a vision after an</i> …

Afghanistan

Behind the Cover: October 2013

A closer look at ten of the images on our October cover inset.<p><b>A familiar face looks out from the October cover of National Geographicmagazine. It belongs to Sharbat Gula, better known as the "Afghan girl." Her intense, haunting portrait was taken by photographer Steve McCurry in 1984, when he met</b> …

The Visibility Project Challenges Race and Gender Perception With Powerful Photographs

No man has the right to dictate what other men should perceive, create or produce, but all should be encouraged to reveal themselves, their perceptions and emotions, and to build confidence in the creative spirit. -<i>Ansel Adams</i><p>Van, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photo by Mia Nakano.<p>A common thread in …

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