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This Photographer’s Travel Diary Has an Important Point to Make

When Oakland photographer Cheryl Faux told us about the lack of black female representation in travel advertising, she suggested we do a simple Google image search of the word “tourist.” I tried it.

Photos of Captive Animals That Will Stay With You After You Look Away

Malayan Sun Bear, Thailand 2008 © Jo-Anne McArthur Lions, Lithuania 2016 © Jo-Anne McArthur / Born Free Foundation Chimpanzee, Denmark 2016 © Jo-Anne McArthur / Born Free Foundation Photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur met Mykoliukas the baboon at one of the many zoos she’s visited over the last decade.

Coming of Age as a Girl in Gaza, in Photos

Yara and her brother waiting for their father to return with schwarma as an evening treat after a recent conflict ended.

12 Photos That Will Make You Yearn for the American West

Rainbow in Death Valley © James Callaghan (@jimsnap), Warwickshire, UK Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap a year ago as a way to connect photographers around the world.

Dogs in Bed with Humans Photographed by Lisa Strömbeck

Several years ago, I saw the work Uniform by Lisa Strömbeck, based in Copenhagen, Denmark and Borrby, Sweden, when it appeared on Feature Shoot.

This Skillshare Class Made Me Want to Be a Photographer (Sponsored)

Street Photography: Capture the Life of Your City An Online Skillshare Class by trashhand Image by Trashhand I signed up for Skillshare, an online community of more than 2 million people, back in March, when I wanted to learn more about what was going on in the photo world.

Words & Pictures Collide in Teju Cole’s New Book

Teju Cole, Brienzersee, June 2014. Archival pigment print, printed 2017. Description: I opened my eyes.

Self Portraits by Senegalese Photographer Omar Victor Diop Recreate Historic Paintings

Omar Victor Diop, Don Miguel de Castro, Emissary of Congo (c. 1643-50) From the series: Project Diaspora 2014 Pigment inkjet print on Harman Hahnemuhle paper 47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in.

Revisiting the Civil Rights Movement in New Photo Book by Steve Schapiro

Along the march for voting rights, Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, 1965. James Baldwin joined the fight for equality in the South.

Submit to the 2017 ‘It’s Amazing Out There’ Photo Contest for a Chance at $15,000 (Sponsored)

Galactic Rainbow © Michael Trofimov Only one week left to enter! Submit your work by August 7th for a chance at $15,000 and other prizes!

The Funny, Scary World of One Young Photographer

Japanese photographer Izumi Miyazaki, like each of her pictures, is a bit of a mystery. She photographs herself, but the self-portraits aren’t actually about her.

Instagram Hashtags for Documentary Photographers

© Malin Fezehai, IG: @malinfezehai, seen on @everydayusa For years now, photo editors, curators, and brands have turned to Instagram to search for talented photographers.

Instagram Hashtags for Fine Art Photographers

© Téber, IG: @teber, seen on @acolorstory In April, we teamed up with Photoshelter to create The Photographer’s Guide to Hashtags, a comprehensive how-to for photographers who want to get noticed on Instagram.

Photos of Lonely Strangers in the Streets of NYC at Night

“The people in the photos are all strangers,” NYC photographer and filmmaker Daniel Soares tells us, “And I make up these stories in my head, about why they are going to get beer or cigarettes at 1:00 AM.” He’s created Neon Nights over the course of many midnight walks through the hushed side-streets of the city.

On Lake Chad, People Are Living on One Meal a Day

A chipped bowl containing a few grains of rice and some dried beans. Grains are in short supply because the government has banned farmers from allowing their crops to grow more than three feet tall along Cameroon’s highways.

Photos of a Strange and Beautiful Australian Mining Town

In 2008, French photographer Antoine Bruy spent a year in Australia. When he returned home, he planned to bring with him more than a hundred rolls of film.

Powerful portraits confront the politics of race and representation

‘I’m reclaiming my blackness, which I feel is continuously performed by the privileged other. My reality is that I do not mimic being black; it is my skin, and the experience of being black is deeply entrenched in me.

Photographer seeks solitude in some of the world’s remotest wildernesses

Nature is beautiful, though also capable of arousing fear in those who have settled in densely populated areas where comfort is found in numbers and light.

Heartfelt Photos of a Father Near the End of His Life

Dad, 84 yrs old, Omachi, Kamakura, Dec 2014 Dad, 86 yrs old, with me, Children’s Day, Sagamihara, May 2017 In April 2014, Japanese photographer Shin Noguchi took a picture of his father.

This Is What Dinnertime Looks Like in Different Households

Tuesday: Alex, Sophia, Kathy, David, Claudia, Eva & Ana. 2015 Wednesday: Emilio, Rhonda, Benedetto, Skylrae, and Jacomo.