Alain Keler discuses his career and the theme of photography as memory
Tackling one of the most persistent questions for social documentary photographers
Photographer and former World Press Photo Contest jury member Cristina Mittermeier reflects upon the power of visual storytelling for conservation photography.
Eugene Richards, Snow globe of the city as it once was, New York, New York, 2001. Gelatin silver print. Collection of Eugene Richards. Eugene Richards, Grandmother, Brooklyn, New York, 1993. Gelatin silver print. Collection of Eugene Richards. More than half a century ago: the New Journalism came of age — a style of reportage so…
“Positive Lives” was initiated jointly by Lyndall Stein of the Terrence Higgins Trust with Stephen Mayes and the photographers of the Network agency, London. Work started in 1991 and premiered in 1993 at FotoFeis, Glasgow and at London’s Photographers’ Gallery, accompanied by a book published by Cassel.
A round-up of China’s best photojournalism
On Sunday, November 25, thousands of migrants, most from Central America, tried to enter the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry between Tijuana and San Diego. Along the border wall runs the Tijuana River; the group crossed, and about a hundred turned left, reaching a razor wire fence. There, they turned back toward the bed…