CAESURA: The Duration of a Sigh
Unfortunately, it is all too easy to see Europe’s incoming refugees as anonymous, a mass exodus—but of course each of these individuals has their own story, identity, love and desires…
Best of February: Deadlines for Competitions, Grants, Festivals and More
Our editors have put together a curated list of worthwhile (and imminent) opportunities for photographers—have a look and best of luck!
Education is Forbidden
We have heard about Nigeria’s terrorized schoolgirls for years—but reports and statistics alone cannot convey the vulnerability of these brave individuals. These photographs take a more conceptual approach to illustrate this contemporary trauma.
Collected Stories from WWII Veterans Around the World
Extraordinary recollections from individuals who lived through one of the 20th century’s defining events: World War II. Particularly relevant today, as we find ourselves “again living in turbulent...
Great Old Days
A special-edition magazine, distributed for free at Donald Trump’s inauguration, highlights the struggles of people in a small Midwestern town, who have lost their jobs and put their hope in the new president.
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...
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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...
Advice for Portrait Photographers
One of America’s leading photographers offers his insights about making great photographic portraits.
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.
Rolling Stone to Christopher Street: 30 Years of Portraits
Rolling Stone’s former chief photographer Mark Seliger discusses his current series, “On Christopher Street,” while offering invaluable advice for aspiring portrait photographers.
Genderqueer: Outside & In-Between the Binary
Portraits of San Francisco’s gender nonconforming community — this striking series of intimate images raises awareness of an often overlooked and misunderstood subject.