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The Magnum photographer on being true to your roots and what makes a good photograph.
Since starting out in the late 1970s, Zachmann has walked the streets of Naples with anti-mafia brigades, documented marginalized Chinese communities in Hong Kong, and worked on the integration of immigrants in Marseille.
The Magnum photographer on fatalism and determinism.
The Iranian Magnum photographer on his first assignments, his own relationship with God, and why he thinks tourists are savages.
The Magnum photographer got to know the small towns of Russia and the United States—one stranger's couch at a time.
Peter Marlow's career has covered everything from news photography and war reporting to street photography and a much-lauded collection of portraits. I spoke to him about spotting the moments and curiosity in all types of photography.
"I once wrote something: 'Life, as it unfolds in front of the camera, is full of such complexity, such wonder, such surprise, that I find it unnecessary to create new realities.' Now, that's rather pompous. But what I meant is it's more pleasure for me...
Michael Christopher Brown documents places and people in transition—occasionally eschewing a camera for a camera phone. From Libya and Russia to Broadway and his current base in Goma, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Brown said he explores the...
Peruvian photographer Moises Saman's work about the Egyptian revolution willfully avoids a chronological, ordered, historical view of the uprising, instead focusing on the humanity and emotions of the participants.
I interviewed her about the secret worlds she's managed to infiltrate.
She Found the Meaning of Life on the Sprawling Plains of Argentina
He's been everywhere from the dirt-poor towns of Virginia to the dirt-poor favelas of Rio de Janeiro, along the way amassing an amazing portfolio of startling images. We talked to him about where he comes from.