By Kate Bubacz

Jan 30, 2015 3:01pm

Photographer’s Gripping Journey Inside Community Life in America

Bree. Liberty Cheer All-Stars. Corsicana, Texas, 2013. Courtesy Alec Soth/Sean Kelly, New York   Minnesota-based photographer Alec Soth, who is known for his haunting portraits of solitary Americans, recently turned his lens toward community life in the United States for his upcoming book, Songbook. For two… Read More »

By Jared T. Miller

Nov 26, 2014 1:28pm

See the Full View of Streets of Ferguson

ABC photographer Scott Shulman gives us a 360 view of the streets of Ferguson, Mo., the day after citizens filled the streets to protest the grand jury verdict that decided against indicting police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Scott Shulman/ABC… Read More »

By Sarah Kobos

Sep 26, 2014 2:28pm

Rock Legend Stevie Nicks Strikes Gold in Polaroid Self-Portraits

Take a sneak peek at never-before-seen self-portraits from Stevie Nicks’ personal Polaroid collection, which will be coming to the Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City. Stevie Nicks, 66,  is renowned for capturing emotions through her music (including Fleetwood Mac), but she also captured it… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Jul 8, 2014 10:00am

Photos of New York Reflected in Glass

Donna Dotan has a self-described obsession with symmetry. Her prowess with architectural photography is well applied in her personal project, “Reflections from Above,” where she captures striking images of New York City reflected in the glass of skyscrapers. She describes the project as a treasure… Read More »

By Jared T. Miller

Jul 4, 2014 10:03am

An iPhone Is All You Need to Capture Instagram-Ready Fireworks

  The only thing better than finding the perfect place to watch fireworks this Fourth of July? Nailing a shot of the action that isn’t blurry, blown-out or pitch-black. RELATED: Everything You Need to Know About Hurricane Arthur and July 4th Don’t Let the Rain… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

May 13, 2014 7:11pm

Remembering Camille Lepage, Photojournalist Killed in Africa

French journalist Camille Lepage is seen in this picture taken in Bangui, Central African Republic on Feb. 19, 2014. (Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images) The French government has confirmed the death of Camille Lepage, a 26-year -old photojournalist working in the Central African Republic. The country is… Read More »

May 13, 2014 4:06pm

World’s Largest Pinhole Camera Takes World’s Largest Photo

“The Great Picture” is a black and white panoramic print of Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, an old military outpost. The print measures 111 feet wide by 32 feet high on seamless white muslin cloth. Created in 2006 by six artists using an abandoned… Read More »

By Jared T. Miller

Apr 8, 2014 6:53pm

Slain Journalist Chris Hondros’ Intense War Photos, Writing Published in ‘Testament’

Speaking in 2010 about his “Sound + Vision” project that paired his favorite music with his own photography from Iraq and Afghanistan, Chris Hondros explained his hopes for viewers of the work: “Sometimes in news photography and so on, the pictures are a little bit… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Mar 24, 2014 5:40pm

War Photographer Captures Fallout From Combat at Home, Abroad

“Disco Night Sept 11,” a new book by Red Hook Editions, presents Magnum photographer Peter van Agtmael’s powerful documentation of America’s involvement in the post-9/11 wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. “Disco Nights 9/11″ is one of the first books that simultaneously looks at the effects of… Read More »

By Kate Bubacz

Feb 25, 2014 2:44pm

The Best Photos You Haven’t Seen: Pictures of the Year International

Feature, First Place: Impoverished African migrants crowd the night shore of Djibouti, trying to capture inexpensive cellphone signals from neighboring Somalia, a tenuous link to relatives abroad. For more than 60,000 years our species has been relying on such intimate social connections to spread across… Read More »