SPOTLIGHTBehind the Scenes with HuffPost’s Photography DirectorChristy Havranek speaks about the “craft” of visual journalism, the indispensability of photo editors, and the importance of knowing your audience when you’re putting together a pitch. Read More
Behind the Scenes with HuffPost’s Photography Director
Christy Havranek speaks about the “craft” of visual journalism, the indispensability of photo editors, and the importance of knowing your audience when you’re putting together a pitch.
40 Years of Photographing Street Art Around the World
How do we archive works of art that are inherently temporary? For four decades, Martha Cooper has used photography to memorialize and record public works of street art and graffiti.
Featuring the stage-like subterranean platforms of New York’s subway system, photographs that investigate the interactions (or lack thereof) between the city’s commuters.
Promoting Global Dialogue: The Power of (Street) Photography on the African Continent
Curator Bisi Silva discusses the changing global perceptions of photographers from Africa, highlighting the importance of engaging with local perspectives to deepen our understanding of the...
Aporia: Construction, Destruction, and Chaos in the City
What effect does a constantly shifting urban environment have on the psyche of those who live within it? A fictional narrative told through photography that embodies this restless, uneasy feeling.
Hovering on the border between the land and the sea, the past and present—a video interview with the photographer behind an award-winning series of diptychs about that passing, pernicious mood:...
Have Something to Say: 30 Years of Photobooks with Dewi Lewis
The renowned publisher offers his advice to street photographers hoping to publish their first photobook—and reveals the questions that all photographers should ask themselves before they seek to...
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Inspired by the subjectivity of storytelling, photographer Dylan Hausthor creates images that question and bring to light the frenetic nature of visual memory.
Announcing the Winners & Finalists – 2018 Street Photography Awards!
Four Sisters, 40 Years: Nicholas Nixon Video Interview
Once a year, for 40 years, the Brown sisters have had their portrait taken—listen to the photographer speak about this simple, yet amazing series of photographs.
Lord of the Mangrove
Amidst the roots of the tallest mangrove trees in the world, young concheros (or shell pickers) hunt for the precious black shells that will support their families. Felipe Jacome has photographed this practice for a decade.
Nothing Added, Nothing Removed
Splicing and rearranging the subjects depicted in vintage flea market finds, photographer Kensuke Koike reformats discarded memories into intriguing and precise abstract works.
The Bombs They Carried
Portraits of resilience and strength—these young women were captured by Boko Haram and forced to carry suicide bombs. But instead of succumbing to their captors’ torments and committing a violent act, they resisted.