For most people, the mention of Hawai’i evokes images of white sandy beaches, grass-skirt hula dancers, and tropical flora. And while one certainly can experience these things with a trip to the islands, you will find none of these in the photographs of E
Today, on The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we’re sharing the work of the talented Indigenous photographers in the industry. Last week, in anticipation for this celebration, I reached out to Will Wilson, a Diné photographer and tran
“What If Indians Invented Photography?” An Exploration of Identity and Photographic Practices by Indigenous Photographer Will Wilson
Tel Aviv Express By Alexander Bronfer “Tel Aviv express” was filmed during my evening walks in the Tel Aviv and Negev desert area. Of course, these places are completely different from …
“Tel Aviv express” was filmed during my evening walks in the Tel Aviv and Negev desert area. Of course, these places are completely different from each other, but for me they complement each other and I like to drive to the desert after noisy Tel Aviv just to stay alone for a while and come back home. That’s why I called it Tel Aviv express. They are two different worlds, two planets which always attract each other in my soul. In that series I tried to express my personal feelings during those late walks.
Turkish Magnum photographer Emin Özmen travels through South East Anatolia, glimpsing the remains of villages submerged by the region's monumental GAP dam programme, and visiting those next on the list for eviction for the last time
I was confronted with three parts of a mental soundtrack while paging through Thiago Dezan's new book When I Hear The That Trumpet Sound (Selo Turvo, 2021, ed. 200). The first track based on title and the book's black endpapers and the ominous black cover
The heat wave that swept the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada in late June was an extraordinary disaster. A mass of high-pressure air over the region trapped heat there, creating a “heat dome”—a term that recurred in news coverage. In Oregon, power
If many images unintentionally downplayed the severity of the crisis, some photographers—especially local staff photographers and freelancers—engaged the crisis with work that rose to the occasion. Some of the most effective and widely-distributed imagery was created by Portland freelancer Nathan Howard, whose photos were published by outlets such as the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington. This shot, for instance, demonstrated how even first responders weren’t physically immune to the oppressive conditions:
Contemporary American society has been monitoring itself in ways that destabilize our sense of well being. Sites and apps like Nextdoor and the Citizen come into our homes to remind us that all is not well in the world, in fact, there is a knife wielding
Every few years, The Olympics marks one of the few moments in history where the entire world can come together. It’s truly an incredible moment in time and these 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo are no different. With so many images swirling around, it’s impor
Whether it’s AP photographers, Getty Image contributors or freelance photographers covering the Olympic Games for the first time, there are already a ton of photos from this year’s big event making their way around the Twittersphere.
American Reportage is thrilled to announce Carol Guzy as the collective's newest member.
American Reportage is honored to have Carol join the collective for her vast experience, epic talent and kind heart.
Awash with lush, rich imagery and poetic text, Rebecca Norris Webb’s book Night Calls, published by Radius Books, is a gorgeous homage to her 99-year old physician father and to Rush County, Indiana – the small, rural county where both were born and raise
An illuminating glimpse behind the scenes of the global arms business: the photographer, who was born in Russia in 1986 and grew up in Germany, reveals the complete opposite of killing fields. In his case, war is an oversized playground for adults. He found the motifs, between 2016 and 2020, at exclusive defence trade fairs in Europe, Asia, and North and South Africa.