The Gear You Need to Take Perfect Food Photos
According to professional food photographer Michael Persico.
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We Visited Indonesia’s Giant Community-Destroying Oil Spill
Ordinary citizens worry about how to survive a disaster caused by Indonesia’s largest oil company.
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I Photographed the ‘World’s Dirtiest River’ For Eight Years. Here’s What I Saw.
Chemicals dumped into the Citarum River have penetrated wells and rice paddies, poisoning the people and animals who live along its banks.
Rare Candid Portraits of Drag Artists That Capture What’s Underneath
I wanted spontaneous portraits of Bushwig's drag performers—so I scared them with a fake rat.
Justin J Wee
Women Can Go to Saudi Arabia's Theme Parks. But There Are Rules
Photographer Arwa Al-Na’imi used to love theme parks, but found them less fun as she got older and was separated from her brother.
Bill Henson Revisits Suburbia, Looking For Home
The photographer's latest exhibition is a eulogy for his lost childhood.
Photos of Life in Paris’ Tower Blocks – Minus the Clichés
We spoke to Jean-Michel Landon, a social worker-turned-photographer, who captures life in the outskirts of Paris.
The Borders Issue 2019
Intimate Images of One of the Largest Refugee Populations in the World
Sara Hylton's portfolio documents displacement among Afghan children living at the I-12 settlement in Pakistan.
The Japanese Artist Who Vacuum-Packs Couples Now Does Houses
Haruhiko Kawaguchi explores the claustrophobia of suburban living.
This Photographer Made Peace With Her Body by Distorting It
Ángela Burón creates impossible conjunctions of limbs, faces, and boobs because, as she says, "it cures my head.”
Never-Before-Seen Images of London's Punk Scene
"I wasn’t a punk. I was an art school rebel documenting the scene."
50 Stellar Photos of Outer Space
For the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this weekend, curator Jon Feinstein selected a collection of images capturing deep space fantasies.