Photographer Katie Hayes Luke wanted to look at the issues the drive people to cast their ballots.
When photographer Jacob Moscovitch's grandmother died in Israel earlier this year, he and his family couldn't travel because of the pandemic. Instead, he photographed his mother's grieving process.
As one of Latin America's most renowned photographers, Iturbide has spent half a century capturing the beauty of her homeland and calling for her country to reclaim its sense of pride and identity.
The bill, signed into law on Monday, came after reports surfaced of gruesome photos being shared of the helicopter crash site that killed Bryant and others.
When Argentina went into strict lockdown in March, Celeste Alonso was isolated in her home in Buenos Aires. She has been asserting what control she can over daily life, one Polaroid at a time.
Janna Ireland's photography has focused on Black life in America. Now, she turns her lens to Paul R. Williams, the first Black architect in the American West. He put good design within reach of all.
Scientists and engineers in California are building a unique 3.2 billion pixel camera for a telescope under construction in Chile. The camera has taken its first test pictures — of broccoli.
"There is no exquisite beauty...without some strangeness in the proportion." That's a line from Edgar Allan Poe, the king of the dark and eerie, the...
Photographer Nadiya Nacorda captured the bond between her younger siblings in her new book, "A Special Kind of Double." One goal was to create an archive for Black youth to see themselves in images.
After explosions convulsed Beirut, here is a selection of photos showing Beirut residents in their destroyed house or workplace, along with a glimpse of their experiences, in their own words.
In the Indian state of Meghalaya, one of the wettest places on Earth, villagers are separated by rivers and valleys. To stay connected, they coax tree roots to grow together into living bridges.
The winners of the iPhone Photography Awards for best photos taken by an iPhone or iPad were announced this week. They span the globe and the range of human emotion.
What do you see when you picture the South? Maybe trees draped in Spanish moss, or plantations and rows of crops? Perhaps civil rights icons, or your...
A photographer has crossed the United States to explore the American dream on roads named Paradise.
Regina Boone has been documenting the protests against Confederate statues for the Richmond Free Press. As the daughter of the paper's Black founders, she says, "This is not a new story for us."