Photographing Japanese Schoolgirls, Without the Stereotypes
Everyday images of an all-girls high school in Tokyo where life doesn't imitate anime.
Barack Obama's Photographer Talks About Life in the White House
We spoke to Pete Souza about his new book and his personal and professional relationship with the former president.
The September Stories Issue
The Society Left Behind by the Death of Britain's Mining Industry
Photos that capture resilience in the former industrial heartland of the UK.
Photos from the World’s Largest Collection of Female Artists Go on Display in London
Works borrowed from the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington hits the Whitechapel Gallery.
Glamor Shots Get Gleefully Weird in Parker Day's Photographs
In her new series of portraits, photographer Parker Day creates abstracted identities for her models and we can’t look away.
Photographs of the Darker Side of Christmas
Images of gingerbread nightmares, nutcracker rampages and fruitcake gluttony.
Photos of People Getting Happily Drunk in Disney World
Every fall since 1995, Walt Disney World has been home to the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival.
When Light Collides with Lens Imperfections, Luminescent Magic Happens
Artist Shane Griffin explores the physics of light and optical effects in colorful macro photographs.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
GIF Competition Gives Antique Imagery a Digital Age Update
These animated cultural heritage materials are decidedly un-stuffy.
Masha (Maria) Koblykova
15 Vintage Polaroids Get Animated into Hilarious GIFs
Cari Vander Yacht warps old photos into silly animations.
An A.I. Curated a Magazine Using Image Recognition Technology
The A.I. known as EyeEm Vision reveals “the best, the hidden, the unseen” in the EyeEm photographic community.
Tibet’s Iconic Architecture Is Alive in Rare Drawings, Maps, and Photos
'Monumental Lhasa: Fortress, Palace, Temple' brings Tibetan architecture to New York City's Rubin Museum.