Editor’s note: For decades last century, American magazines used beautiful imagery and brave, honest writing to introduce readers to whole new worlds. They invented a visual language, and gave voice to people we’d otherwise never have heard from or see
Women of the "Silent Generation" who paved the way. A tribute to and acknowledgment of the accomplishments of women photojournalists of the film era, through the decades, before the adoption of digital photography..
"This is not to say that news images have no obligation to tell the truth, or no informational value — only that their truthfulness and informational value are necessarily situated and contingent rather than absolute."
There’s no question that the New York Times photo of American diplomats William Taylor and George Kent, where they detailed their uncomfortable and suspect dealings with President Donald Trump’s handling of a phone call with the president of Ukraine, is g
Welcome to the world of wildfire photography, a profession filled with furnace-hot temperatures, heart-stopping moments and opportunities to help others and show the world the intensity of the 21st-century wildfires tearing across California's landscape a
Long after I became a photojournalist, I realized the influence that reading had on my career. Learning from photo stories became ingrained on my brain. I knew photo stories had beginnings, middles and ends, just like news stories. There’s a system.
Hubert Henrotte! He is one of the mythical names in the history of photojournalism! He too was swept away by the drastic technological changes of the 2000s. Today, he is publishing his beautifully titled book: Can photojournalime save the press? He asked us to publish this excerpt: the interview by Clément Thiery.