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Let It Bleed, Bro: The Rolling Stones Take the Sixties By Storm

Brian Hamill | Posted 11.20.2015 | Arts
Brian Hamill

Lights and darks. Highs and lows. Cheers and tears. Always, excitement. Despite the roller-coaster extremes of what was going on, those of us who partied hard in that decade will always remember it as the best of times. And the worst of times.

See The Best Military Photos From October 2015

The Huffington Post | Chris McGonigal | Posted 11.02.2015 | Politics

With Veterans Day fast approaching on Nov. 11, it's a good time to reflect on the beautiful imagery produced by U.S. Military photographers. The follo...

These Are The Beautiful Women And Girls 'Living On The Edge'

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 10.12.2015 | Arts

On the cover of Mark Tuschman's photography book, Faces of Courage, a young girl of 13 stares boldly at the viewer. Her name is Kala and sh...

These Instagram Accounts Are Documenting The Refugee Crisis

The Huffington Post | Chris McGonigal | Posted 09.25.2015 | World

As thousands of refugees and migrants have made their way to Europe in search of safety and better lives, photographers have gone to incredible length...

Reflections on Visa Pour L'image 2015

Adriana Teresa Letorney | Posted 09.23.2015 | Arts
Adriana Teresa Letorney

One of the main highlights of Visa Pour L'image was seeing and meeting dozens of freelance photojournalists roaming the streets of Perpignan during the professional week hoping for an opportunity to connect and share with other photographers and editors.

11 Award-Winning Photographers Tell Stories Of Life Across The Globe

The Huffington Post | Maddie Crum | Posted 09.19.2015 | Arts

What if you could hop from Brooklyn to Tokyo to Berlin in the blink of an eye? It’d be nothing short of a miracle -- not to mention an exciting...

How to Photograph Wildfires: A Safety Guide

David Ryder | Posted 09.09.2015 | Arts
David Ryder

(Photo by David Ryder. Members of the Jackson Hotshots run from the Okanogan Complex Fire as it advances unexpectedly in Twisp, Washington on August ...

Photos Show A Rare Glimpse Of The 'Real' North Korea

The Huffington Post | James Cave | Posted 08.13.2015 | Travel

It's no mystery why North Korea is known as the Hermit Kingdom. The government, officially called the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, relies on...

Your Pictures Of The Homeless Aren't Gritty, They're Exploitative.

Slant | Posted 07.30.2015 | Media

A couple years ago, when I started experimenting with photography myself, I tried to think of any war zones close to New York I could visit. Since there weren't any immediate places that came to mind I trained my lens on the inequality I saw everyday: the homeless.

These Moving Photos Show The Forgotten Faces Of Modern China

The Huffington Post | Nick Robins-Early | Posted 06.24.2015 | World

With his series of incredibly lit and beautifully shot portraits of rural elderly people, photographer Nick Ng hopes to expose unseen faces in Chinese...

Media Ethics: Whose Standards?

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 05.28.2015 | Media
Magda Abu-Fadil

Broadcast media are under intense pressure, given tight deadlines, security threats, competition and shrinking budgets. The key challenges are: How do we define media ethics and who sets the standards when the journalism of terror is becoming the new normal?

Jordan B. Stead on Mobile Photography

Brad Puet | Posted 05.11.2015 | Arts
Brad Puet

I am honored to have many mentors in the field of photography. From mobile photographers, photojournalists, fashion and portraiture, nam...

Delivery in the Disaster Zone

Nate Clark | Posted 05.04.2015 | World
Nate Clark

According to a hospital director in Nepal: "At the moment of the first tremor, we were performing caesarean sections. We brought the patients outside and successfully completed the surgeries. These doctors and nurses never left the patients."

Photojournalism: Capturing the Stories of Our Globalizing World

Gwyneth Frederick | Posted 06.20.2015 | Impact
Gwyneth Frederick

Photography meshes reality and art together to portray the surreal truths of our world. It recalls times past and harbors life-impacting moments in tangible still-life frames.

EverydayClimateChange: Taking a Stand

James Whitlow Delano | Posted 06.05.2015 | Arts
James Whitlow Delano

Climate change. I've decided to take a stand on this one issue, a principled stand. Principle is one thing, at least, that can never be taken away f...

The Silent Epidemic

K.J. Wetherholt | Posted 05.19.2015 | Impact
K.J. Wetherholt

A close friend from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, home of over 40,000 Oglala Sioux, posted some devastating news on Facebook a few days ago.

Love, Multiplied: Recent Screening at Yangon Photo Festival

David Ryder | Posted 05.13.2015 | Arts
David Ryder

"Love, Multiplied" is a story about Brittany, Cliff, and Dave, who are a polyamorous trio living in Tacoma, Washington. The three are in a committed...


James Whitlow Delano | Posted 05.09.2015 | Green
James Whitlow Delano

Show, don't tell. One thing I have learned from living for over two decades in Japan is that words can only do so much. The most cleverly cr...

This Is What 30 Years As A Frontline Photojournalist Looks Like

HuffPost Italy | Alessandro Luigi Perna | Posted 03.03.2015 | Arts

Massimo Sciacca is perhaps the most important Italian photojournalist around. In 1998, he received first place at the World Press awards, and in 2015 ...

This Abandoned Hospital in Detroit Is Reality, Not a Set on 'The Walking Dead'

Pixable | Posted 04.13.2015 | Detroit

Originally designed to house the Southwest Detroit Hospital, which was closed in 1993, it was sold to Detroit businessman Harley K. Brown who re-opened the building as United Community Hospital. It was sitting vacant for nine years when I arrived in mid-January 2015 for our feature series Inside Detroit.

Marissa Roth: The World Through Her Lens

Todd Felderstein | Posted 04.11.2015 | Women
Todd Felderstein

Marissa Roth respected her calling early on. With an artist's sensibility, Marissa turned her talents to the still camera donning the Nikon shortly out of college and entering the heavily male dominated world of photojournalism.

Tanya Habjouqa's 'Occupied Pleasures': Keeping Our Humanity

E. Nina Rothe | Posted 03.31.2015 | Arts
E. Nina Rothe

I first discovered photographer Tanya Habjouqa in Florence, where her photo exhibit was showcased during the Middle East Now Film Festival.

Batéy 106: Portraits from a Dominican Sugar Cane Plantation

Erica Simone | Posted 03.06.2015 | Impact
Erica Simone

In this globalized world of consumption we live in, rarely do we stop to think about where our goods actually come from, who cultivated them or what life is like for the people at the beginning of the production chain. When you open a pack of sugar and empty it into your tea or coffee, do you ever consider the process of how that sugar ended up on your table? Do you ever think about what the people are like at each step of the production: the cultivators of the fields, the owners of the land, the processing plant workers, the packaging designers, the marketing team, the distributors, the transporters, the wholesalers, the retailers, and ultimately you, the consumer? I do all the time, to the point where I make up complete stories in my mind that could turn into a screenplay.

The 52 Best Photographs From Around The World In 2014

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 12.30.2014 | Arts

It's been quite a year. What better way to review the last 365 days than to examine, analyze, drool over and gush about the work of photojournalists a...

Foley Square: Our Streets

Brigitte Hamadey | Posted 02.22.2015 | Politics
Brigitte Hamadey

Since December 3rd, I have returned to the streets because having a voice in the justice system is not sufficient either. In solidarity with my angered peers, I lean on the unofficial fourth branch of government that has the final say: collective civil society.