Photographer Julian Master spent three days snapping photos of passersby in New York City and found that people treated him better when he was in the bear suit.
Photographer Jason Cordova has been exclusively documenting the "LA Sundays" event since its start.
Jorge Garcia, founder of the NYC Street Photography Collective, says that funny photos are the most challenging to find, but also the most rewarding.
Martin Parr, one of the most famous photographers to come out of the UK in the last 50 years, is known for his saturated and satirical images depicting leisure and consumption in England. For this year’s photo issue he shared some images from his archive.
For our annual photo issue, legendary street photographer Jill Freedman shares a collection of funny classics from her archive.
Matt Weber's new book "Street Trip: Life in NYC" captures a driver's eye view of the city's raw energy.
These photographers are finding new ways of making pictures in public space: some staged, some digitally altered, all with uninhibited grit.
Photographer Miranda Barnes carries her camera around Sunset Park, Brooklyn, to show the spaces and faces that make it beautiful.
Garry Winogrand led a controversial life, but he left the world a trove of genius photographs.
"Eating on the subway requires a blend of self-sufficiency and shamelessness that I truly respect."