Stories that change the way you see American culture are rare. The Delta Hill Riders project is one of those.
The tragic death of a photojournalist — being treated as murder — is now having its motives called into question as her camera and laptop are still missing coincidentally close to an anti-government protest she photographed.
Lynsey Addario has lived an incredible life and endured many harrowing experiences through her work. This fascinating video interview features her discussing her life, work, and experiences.
There’s no question that the New York Times photo of American diplomats William Taylor and George Kent, where they detailed their uncomfortable and suspect dealings with President Donald Trump’s handling of a phone call with the president of Ukraine, is going to be one of the iconic ones of our time. There’s also no question about who overwhelmingly seems to dominate the photojournalism field based on this photo: white men.
Recently we wrote about photojournalist Avi Adelman who was arrested by DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) officer for taking photos of an incident. Today we can report that DART have voted to finalize the case this with a £345,000 settlement, after Adelman had filed a lawsuit following his arrest.
National Geographic Magazine has been educating people since 1888 about cultures, places, wildlife, and science. While the writing is always well researched and written, it is the photography supporting the essays that has really captured the attention of its readers. Some of its current crop of contributing photographers discuss their roles, photos, and why photography plays an important part of raising awareness in this video.