Look Inside The New Yorker’s Photo Department
“It’s critical to develop a distinctive style—a visual stamp of sorts…When I’m considering an assignment, I usually think about someone’s style more than anything.” Inside The New Yorker’s photo...
Strawberries in Winter
Operating night and day, in winter and summer, contemporary farms are almost unrecognizable from their counterparts 50 years ago. A look at the new, modern landscape of agriculture.
Life After Chernobyl
30 years on, life somehow continues in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. While authorities have tried to evacuate the most gravely affected populations, locals refuse to accept that the invisible radiation could be stronger than their long-held sense...
A Different Look
People living with albinism face challenges around the world—some subtle, some life-threatening. This series aims to counter negative stereotypes and celebrate the unique beauty inherent in the condition.
The Floating Population
China’s working homeless citizens number more than 211 million, and are not legally registered as residents of any place in China.
Can you love something and still keep it locked in a cage? On the outskirts of Barcelona, young and old men meet on a regular basis for a unique kind of contest: competitive birdsong.
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Fire of Hatred
In Iran, some vengeful lovers, spurned suitors or aggrieved family members turn to the awful, violent act of acid-throwing to exact revenge. This portrait series gives a platform for the victims to speak out.
In My Backyard: Iceland
Set against the grand, wild majesty of the eastern Icelandic landscape, these searching self-portraits are one woman’s attempts to connect with herself and forge a basic understanding with her environment.
A new, larger-than-life book of less-than-glamorous street portraits proves to be challenging. How would you describe these portraits by Gilden? Are these mean-spirited, or simply just real?
Embedded on board a migrant rescue vessel, a photographer takes us to the front lines of the refugee crisis, where people are desperately risking their lives in search of something better.
Inked: Why I Love Tattoos
“I got my first tattoo at home. Just like that, on the sofa. I keep on going because there are so many good tattooists out there. It’s like collecting art. It’s an honor to wear their work.” Shifting from trashy to trendy, tattoos make the...
2017 World Press Photo Award Winners
Heroic act of photojournalism or sensationalizing an act of terror? Discover this year’s controversial winner alongside dozens of the most important news stories from the past 12 months.