A new exhibit explores how images, “from press prints to selfies,” have played into presidential campaigns in the last half century.
A new exhibit at the International Center of Photography shows how nothing is as private as you think it is.
Andrew D. Bernstein has seen it all, from Bird and Magic to Curry and LeBron.
Military photographer reveals what the military thinks of photojournalists and what sort of training he had to do to get his job.
This month brings 'Wilderness to Wasteland,' a career retrospective of previously unpublished photographs that covers three decades of Hanson’s work.
The new Super 8 motion picture camera shoots 8 mm film in five speeds.
A swell of new African photographers are changing how the world views their continent.
A brief collection of Janet Delaney's photographic cityscapes show two cities emerging from the postwar white-flight years.
The instantly iconic photograph of a drowned 3-year-old refugee arrives at a time of soul-searching in the photojournalism world.
Photographer Seeks Legal Action After Italian Far-Right Party Uses Picture in Campaign Against Gender Education
The photograph was intended as a homage to a transgender teen who killed herself.