Associated Press photographer Sal Veder's iconic image of a family welcoming its POW dad home from Vietnam has personified the joy of freedom for more than 40 years. Veder recently retold the story to The Guardian of how he got that Pulitzer Prize-winning image on March 17, 1973.
"It's dark out" is no excuse to put your camera away. Nighttime photo safaris are an exciting way to explore a destination whilst at the same time capturing some amazing photos.
I've been working on a photography project for most of 2015. Not necessarily with any purpose in mind for it. Or at least no clear purpose in the publ...
Sunshine Cinema is a mobile, solar-powered cinema and platform with a mission to share knowledge and skills among African communities through film screenings, skill building workshops and discussions.
Like most children from divorced households I had a complicated relationship with my stepmother, Lynne. It took years for us to adapt to one another. ...
Iconic photographer Slim Aarons was famous for documenting the good life. Now his daughter and former photo assistant, Mary Aarons, is revealing her father's techniques for creating the perfect shot.
Romania is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. I admit that I've tried to impress you with articles and pictures from my country. But now I will let somebody else to do this.
There is no definitive standard for what constitutes an exceptional piece of art. While some may consider a work of art to be the epitome of expression, others may consider it to be absolute gibberish.
The world's most famous drummer, the man who gave The Beatles its "heartbeat," has also enjoyed an immensely successful career as a solo artist and band leader, releasing over two dozen original and live albums since 1970, the year the fab four officially called it quits.
Are you reading something you shouldn’t? Says who? A new photo series by photojournalist Kimberly Butler reveals how to see these #BannedBooks in a ...
With your marriage being such a momentous occasion in your life, it's important to document the big day properly. After all, when you're reminiscing over tying the knot with your loved one, you don't want to look back at your sole wedding album and grimace at every memory.
It seems like we're having the time of our lives. And don't get me wrong: we are. But it's not all ice-creams and pretty landscapes. So far, I think we've tallied 135 toilets scrubbed, 250 kilos of cow dung spread, two tons of rocks shoveled and 60 meters of pathway laid, for starters.
The quality of the camera that comes with new smartphones today is so good, you may be tempted to put away your stand-alone digital camera forever. And since your smartphone is always handy, you're probably taking more photos than ever -- some of them pretty impressive.