People living with Alzheimer's disease, the graffiti of Valparaíso, Chile, and ice fishers protecting themselves against the cold using plastic bags.
The US prison system is an overcrowded wasteland of wayward lives. But a handful of photographers, armed with exceptional access, are determined to humanise people shunned by society.
The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition — hosted by the UK's National History Museum — looks to highlight the absolute best of the discipline, and it does that extremely well.
Saint Helena is one of the most remote islands in the world. The only way to access the island previously was by sea, "a five-night voyage from Cape Town." The new airport, servicing the 4,500 island inhabitants with flights from South Africa, was built at a cost of $374 million.
Jimmy Carter was sworn in as the 39th president of the United States, the original "Star Wars" movie was released in theaters, the Trans-Alaska pipeline pumped its first barrels of oil, New York City suffered a massive blackout, and much more.
Three weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, people across the island, especially those in remote areas, are improvising ways to stay alive.
A remote area of Kazakhstan was once home to nearly a quarter of the world’s nuclear testing. The impact on its inhabitants has been devastating.
You can't be in two places at once and you can't change the past. We all know these things. But you can doctor old photographs to make it look like you're doing both of those things at the same time.
What nuclear weapons leave in their wake, the visual politics of Colin Kaepernick and what it's like living in a volcanic danger zone.
Jamel Shabazz has spent his life documenting the city that never sleeps. But while his shots of urban street style have become iconic, the bigger picture – a world of police and prostitutes, drifters and dancers – reveals something much deeper: a commitment to community.
The story of the device's evolution is readily available to anyone willing to crack an old phone open and look at what's inside.
Vigils for John Lennon, road trips with Annie Liebovitz, portraits of Dennis Hopper … Wim Wenders took thousands of Polaroids while making his classic films. He shares the stories behind them
Traveling along the borders that rose up after the Soviet Union fell, a team of photographers captured just how much Russia still influences these countries.
A consistent buzzing sound can be heard among commuters in one of the world's most populous areas. To the untrained eye, the conglomeration can be overwhelming. That's why a small army of seasoned travelers waits at every metro station to carry anyone willing to negotiate a price.
The charred ruins of hundreds of homes in Coffey Park stretched on for two-thirds of a mile, block after block, cul-de-sac after cul-de-sac. Cars had been flipped over, or knocked more than 100 feet away from their original parking spaces.
Peter Funch stood outside Grand Central for nearly a decade photographing the daily rituals of commuters.
Photographer Claudio Sieber heads to Indonesia to capture ‘Ma’Nene’ — a soothing, spiritual ritual which sees cadavers get re-clothed, polished, and given a sunbathe.
What Puerto Rico looked like when Trump came to visit, the daily battle to survive along the Virginia Pike and the story behind the most haunting photos from the Las Vegas shooting.
Using French landmarks as his subjects, photographer and concert violist Bertrand Kulik explains a cool technique to create otherwordly images.
Visit the renowned Malik Ghat Flower Market in Kolkata through a series of portraits that capture the proud vendors posing alongside their spectacular, delicate flora.
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