Chauncey Hare captured the drudgery of office life in order to protest it.
How one photographer documented the aftermath of Colorado’s Marshall Fire
What a photographer found when he trained his camera on his own family
Capturing the intensity of a crowd’s adulation
Technicolor scenes from a bygone Miami Beach
Across the country, membership in the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars is declining, but the physical spaces they occupy still serve important purposes.
One family’s journey into the middle class
American service members reflect on their time in Afghanistan.
As a photojournalist covering Afghanistan for two decades, I’ve seen how hard the country’s women have fought for their freedom, and how much they have gained. Now they stand to lose everything.
Photographs from before the smoke cleared
What it’s like to care for a newborn, in photos
“What will resonate in a year or a decade? It’s just a bunch of pictures of people with masks.”
Street photography as collaboration
A walk in the park on a miniature scale
A photographer and a writer look back on their time embedded with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1994.
Charles “Teenie” Harris captured at least 125,000 people during the 40 years he documented Black life for The Pittsburgh Courier.
Photos depicting the chaos at the Capitol, unlike anything else witnessed in recent U.S. history
The joys and vulnerabilities of a Black childhood, as seen from a father’s gaze
Remembering the dead through beloved objects
How the Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps prepared for the big parade