The black and white documentary photography of Tish Murtha’s archive captures the social landscape of northern England during the 1980s. From community spirit to the pits of youth employment, Murtha’s highly personal and emotive photos are now in the care of her daughter Ella, ever since Murtha passed away in 2013. Ella has now made it her mission to get her mother’s remarkable images the recognition they deserve.
It’s been 65 years since the Korean War ended in 1953, which also signifies the last time hundreds of thousands...
Acclaimed photographer Camille Seaman continues to combine documentary photography with fine art sensibilities in her new book The Big Cloud.
With an emphasis on storytelling, portrait photographer Giacomo Bruno documents locations, populations, and individuals around the world. For a recent project, Bruno traveled to a plateau in Kham, a region in Tibet, to explore its breathtaking landscape and meet the people who call it home. Each photograph in this striking series showcases an element of daily life on the Tibetan plateau.
The 61st World Press Photo Contest has recently announced the winning image of their 2018 competition.
When Karim Sahai recently traveled to North Korea, he not only captured his journey using traditional digital photography, but gave himself...
As a pioneer of Italian photojournalism, Piergiorgio Branzi captured a pivotal moment in European history—following the end of World War II. Starting with a motorcycle voyage down the Italian coast less than a decade after WWII and continuing with reportages in Spain and Moscow, his work blended documentary and fine art photography to great effect. Now 89 years old, he finds himself part of a legacy of early Italian photography that inspired generations to come.
Following in the footsteps of Jacob Riis, American photographer and sociologist Lewis Hine used his camera to spark social change.
Russian photographer Maria Sahai grew up on the shores of Sea of Okhotsk, and from childhood has been fascinated by...
Year after year, we are awe-struck by the Natural History Museum‘s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards. Showcasing striking scenes of nature, the contest attracts photography fans and animal lovers alike. While most of 2017’s winning entries were selected by a panel of judges, members of the public were also invited to voice their opinions.
Since 1955, World Press Photo has celebrated the best of international photojournalism with its annual photography contest.
Nestled at the base of a hill, overlooking the Savannah, lies Tiébélé—an African village in Burkina Faso.