New Zealand-born photographer Amos Chapple, a photojournalist for Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, works primarily in the former Soviet Union. From photographing the coldest city in the world to enduring a harrowing journey with ice road truckers, he's not afraid to dive into the unknown for a story.
Featured in Photography
Featured in Photography
Man’s best friend is no stranger to the camera.
Photography has both a rich history and endless creative possibilities.
For the past 9 years, photographer Alexander Khimushin has been traveling the world, visiting 84 different countries. Three years ago, inspired by the idea of documenting remote cultures that are slowly disappearing due to globalization, he began his The World in Faces project. Seeking out small, ethnic minority groups around the world, Khimushin shoots incredible portraits that both honor and immortalize their culture.
The 1860s in the United States was a time of turmoil and change.
A few years ago, Portland photographer Kati Dimoff developed a passion for found film.
Throughout street photography's 150-year history, no city has charmed photographers and audiences quite like Paris. From Louis Daguerre to Henri Cartier-Bresson, photographers have turned to the city of light for its picturesque backdrops and one-of-a-kind culture. As Humanist Photography, a Europe-based genre that emerged in the 1930s, proved popular in post-war Paris, photographers shifted their focus from shots of scenery to candid portraiture, as particularly evident in the portfolio of Swiss-born Sabine Weiss.
Using images to communicate the news, photojournalism has shaped the way we view the world since the mid-19th century.
Brazilian photographer Pedro Oliveira began his journey with photography upon moving to the United States to pursue his education.
Aspiring biologist Cristina Hoch has a love for the natural world that runs deep within her dark and emotive images. Be it the way light falls on a subject or the universe of freckles on a face, Cristina's ability to pair small life moments with intense human emotion leaves you feeling a connection to the vulnerability of each subject. Her unique style of pairing strong shadows with bold contrast lends to a powerful experience for her audience.
Lyon-based photography platform Dronestagram compiles and presents mesmerizing aerial photographs taken around the world.
He’s mentioned over and over as a source of inspiration for photographers, but who was Henri Cartier-Bresson, and why does...