Beuford Smith looked out from his Lower Manhattan window, peered down at the street, raised his Canon AE-1 and snapped. He was not sure why. In the frame was the hood of a limousine parked curbside, its driver standing in front of it — an unremarkable scene on a summer afternoon in 1974.
In an artist’s statement Tommaso Protti tell us what it is we are witnessing: Brazil’s burgeoning economy has made it a wealthy country, and with that wealth it has become the world’s second-largest consumer of cocaine and its No. 1 consumer of crack
just two months into its life as a public company, Snap’s celebration may already be ending.
The next breakout star from China is not an actress or a pop idol, but rather a photographer. Signed in 2016 by Creative Artists Agency, home of Meryl Streep, Will Smith and Jennifer Lopez, Chen Man has already drawn comparisons to Mario Testino and Annie Leibovitz
The White House Press pool was locked out, and the only photographers allowed in the room were the official White House photographer and Alexander Shcherbak. Shcherbak was initially identified as Lavrov’s official photographer; however, it was later discovered that he is a photojournalist from Russia’s state-owned news agency TASS.
We spoke to Bill Frakes to find out how he managed to capture so beautifully and perfectly the rain soaked, muddy and sloppy-tracked 143th running of the Kentucky Derby to record the most exciting 2 minutes in sports.
With a background in literature and journalism, today Eugene Reznik is the Digital Features Photo Editor at Bloomberg
Photographers are constantly squeezed to play the photo-game. We shouldn’t be surprised by Souvid Datta’s cheating, shortcuts or poor ethics.
I’m not sure why there was much confusion about yesterday’s Russian photographs of Lavrov and Kislyak with Trump in the Oval Office. Did the White House consciously and intentionally bar the domestic visual press corps from the meeting? Were there actually multiple Russian photographers there?
Photojournalist Sandra Hoyn talking about her work in Bangladesh featuring children sold and forced to have sex
They are on the move across the United States, and sometimes the world, catching rides wherever they can, by freight train or by car, living by their own set of rules. They are known as Travelers, people who call the open road their home, guided by wanderlust. Boston photographer Michael Joseph has devoted nearly six years of his life to documenting Travelers through intimate portraiture.
I’m a photographer, and I take images. They can come from my experience in the real world like and from already existing photographs which I capture to offer a different understanding
12 new photographers break down how they arrived at their final vision — sharing work in commercial, fashion, portrait, automotive photography, and more
For three years, the American Alina Van Ryzin photographed the daily life at her women’s college and the close ties forged between her classmates at Bryn Mawr, near Philadelphia.
The Destino Final project includes the search for the aircraft involved in the “death flights” and the successful research, conducted by Italian documentary photographer Giancarlo Ceraudo – a specialist of Latin America – led to the discovery, after more than 30 years, of five Navy planes used for this purpose, together with their detailed flight plans
Last week, western media and what seemed like most of the internet was irresistibly drawn to the cataclysmic last photograph of a U.S. Army photographer, Hilda Clayton
Doomed children gasp their last breaths in the back of a truck filled with lifeless bodies that could have been their playmates hours ago. Volunteers sprint back and forth in an attempt to salvage the remaining lives. And a camera witnesses it all, capturing video that the public won’t see for more than a month.
On April 25th, photojournalists Sarah Blesener, Brian Frank and Tomas van Houtryve were named the Inaugural Catchlight Fellows. Each will receive a $30,000 grant to pursue their work with one of three Catchlight Media Partners: Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, The Marshall Project, and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
Why are stories of vulnerable and suffering women and girls, often with pleading or blank expressions and seen in faraway lands, praised and rewarded by American and European grant makers, portfolio reviewers and editors?
Since his last interview with TIME, Datta has declined to comment further. “Following advice from my legal counsel, I am in the process of reviewing my archives,” he says