A roll of film discovered in an Argus C2 from an Oregon Goodwill turned out to contain some incredible images – and has been re-united with the original owner's family.
Portfolios and Photography News
Photojournalist Pete Souza served as the presidential photographer for both Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. In an interview with fellow photographer Marcia Nighswander, he discusses several of his most noteworthy images.
Forget expensive lenses with fancy coatings and special lens elements – photographer Robin de Puy took these portraits using just a water drop for a lens.
In case you were looking for any more inspiration to go fly one.
Danish photographers Ulrik Hasemann and Mathias Svold spent time documenting the 75,000 refugees currently in Serbia's capitol city. Most are young men from conflict zones in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Air Koryo started flying in 1952, and much of its current fleet still dates from the 1960s. Danish commercial photographer Arthur Mebius has taken 24 flights on some of its oldest airplanes, so you don't have to.
In the fifth and final part of his series of articles on aerial photography, Erez Marom recaps some of his most formative experiences.
Magnum Photos is 70 years old, and it's celebrating with a series of international exhibitions. The BBC has gone behind the scenes with 15 images from the Magnum archives.
The pervasive nature of our digital world makes photos books and zines all the more powerful.
It sounds like science fiction, but it's for real. It can even stream video. It also raises a few questions about privacy issues.
In 1997, Philippe Kahn changed the way we share images forever when he used a Casio QV-10, flip phone and his laptop to email a photo of his newborn daughter.
Faced with profitability challenges, Magnum Photos is accepting outside investment for the first time in its 70-year history.
Let's hope that Thibaud Poirier remembered to turn off the autofocus 'beep' on his camera first.
Veteran wildlife photographer Nick Nichols talks with TIME about the power of images in promoting conservation of wild animals and, more importantly, the land they thrive on.
NASA's appropriately-named Aqua satellite is orbiting the earth at an altitude of 438 miles. And of course there's a camera onboard.
When Bruce Davidson visited Wales in the mid 1960s, a young Cheryl Winterson was playing in the street, oblivious to the presence of the Magnum photographer.
All of the remote cameras in the world are no substitute for some gut instinct and a good monopod.
The Verge interviews the man whose 'This is Not Porn' website showcases rare celebrity photos, notably from Bond and Star Wars films. Don't worry, they're work safe.
When there's a Magnum photographer in the family, your photo album looks a little bit different.
One of the ways we celebrate the arrival of summer is with the Photographic Center Northwest's (PCNW) Long Shot – a global 24-hour photo shoot that is open to anyone, anywhere, with any camera (yes, including your phone). Will you be shooting with us?
Find out what happens when a 1,000-pound predator tries to befriend you.
Photographer Naomi Harris spent the first 100 days of the Trump administration traveling America, interviewing and photographing the people she met, to find out how they voted – and why.
Just days after 'banning' photography, the Swiss village of Bergüm has, not surprisingly, reversed course.
According to a website set up to track such things, apparently not. But models, on the other hand, should be worried...
The $30,000 prize pot has been augmented this year with a new series of grants that aim to allow winning photographers to undertake projects during the next year.
The work of the late street photographer (and actor/director) Fan Ho is being shown at an exhibition in his native Hong Kong. Thirty images, along with the Rolleiflex that he used almost exclusively, will be on display.
Photographer Tyler Shields' image of Kathy Griffin holding a Trump mask made to look like a decapitated head has not gone over altogether well.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is changing its photography policy such that only licensed commercial photographers can snap photos of tourists at the more than 3600 monuments it manages.
A museum in the Netherlands recently acquired a collection of photography pioneer Anna Atkins' work documenting British algae.
Photographer Linda Köhler-Sandring used a mobile studio setup to photograph 888 subjects in exactly the same style and lighting for speedy capture and editing.
The floor of the world's oceans is littered with human debris, from sunken cruise ships to lost cargo. As part of its #EarthCapture photo challenge, the BBC is showcasing some eerie underwater images.
Europeana Photography is a new online image archive that includes more than 2 million historical photographs from European collections in 34 countries, covering the first 100 years of photography.
NASA's Juno spacecraft is sending back its first images from Jovean orbit, and they're beautiful.
As summer really gets going over here in the Northern hemisphere, the team at Imaging Resource has put together a list of the best cameras for backpacking.
The Ukrainian Parliament banned statues of Lenin in 2015. Two years later, the monuments no longer adorn public buildings or stand watch over town squares, but they're still there.
Copyright disputes are no fun at all. 'Binded' is a new startup that aims to simplify the process of registering - and enforcing - copyright for photographers.
We’ve all seen Bob Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo, but there's another.
Photographers from the SKYGLOW project travelled 150k miles and took 3 million photos in increasingly rare locations: those without light pollution.
Canon Australia's video series "The Lab" is designed to make photographers experiment and think outside the box. In the latest video a group of photographers create images based on their sense of taste.
Stanley Greene captured 'brutally honest' photographs in the war zones of the Middle East, Chechnya and Georgia. He was also one of the few African-American photographers working internationally.
William Vazquez travels all over the world documenting humanitarian work. He spoke to us about the challenges of his work, the importance of research and why a multitool and duct tape are your best friends in the field.