Young photojournalists from around the world showed off their incredible skills by entering the Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest. Russia’s only vehicle for unearthing up and coming photojournalists, the competition is open to photographers age 18 to 33 years old. The contest is named after Russian photojournalist Andrei Stenin, who tragically lost his life in 2014 at age 33 while on assignment in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine.
For over twenty years, photojournalist Noah Berger has literally placed himself in the line of fire to gather news footage...
Bangladeshi photojournalist GMB Akash is a trailblazing photographer whose socially conscious work brings to light what many choose to ignore.
The career of photographer John A. Chakeres spans over 40 years. His work is included in the permanent collections of acclaimed institutions around the world. For his most recent publication, First Fleet (Daylight Books), he looks back at a project near and dear to his heart, one that saw him collaborating with NASA early in his career.
It’s human nature to be curious about your roots, and recent advances in genetic testing have made it easier than...
Photographer Frédéric Lagrange began a love affair with Mongolia as a child, long before he ever had the chance to visit.
Photographer Céline Jentzsch has a love for travel that is shared through her documentary-style images. Based in France, she traverses the globe to explore cultures and record the encounters with curiosity and empathy. Visually, they have a painterly feel—an art that Jentzsch practiced before becoming a photographer. This background is evident as she chronicles the ice festival on Lake Khövsgöl in Mongolia.
Photographer Oded Wagenstein is a storyteller at heart.
British photographer Andrew Newey reveals parts of the world that go unknown to many of us.
When we first brought you Johnny Miller’s Unequal Scenes, the photographer was using aerial photography to highlight wealth disparity in South Africa. Now, he’s branched out to countries around the globe, using a drone to call attention to the income differential that often sees new tennis courts adjacent to abandoned lots. Since 2016, Miller has captured around 100 photographs in South Africa, India, Tanzania, the United States, and Kenya.
Japanese photographer Masaki Yamamoto didn’t have to go far to find inspiration for his work.
The black and white documentary photography of Tish Murtha’s archive captures the social landscape of northern England during the 1980s.