Featured by Judy Gelman Myers
Photographer Harry Benson reflects on his incredible career
"If it wasn’t for Tri-X, I wouldn’t have had a career. It was the greatest film ever invented."
When Photographers Become Filmmakers: Katy Grannan on Making ‘The Nine’
"I was ready to be a beginner at something again."
New Documentary Reclaims the Story of Jim Foley
"This film isn’t about Jim’s death. It’s about his life."
W. Eugene Smith’s Time in The Jazz Loft
An in-depth look at life in the loft culled from 40,000 images
Recontextualizing Robert Frank
Exploring the photographer's work beyond The Americans.
Ryan Schude’s Cinematic Photos Pack the Energy of Feature Films into Single Frames
The synergy of imagination and control, vision and chance
Meet the Filmmakers Behind the Salt of the Earth Salgado Documentary
They tracked the renowned photographer along the making of his eight-year magnum opus, “Genesis”
Claudio Cricca Finds Inspiration in Texas Bikers
Claudio Cricca can often be found quietly waiting at the edges of society
5 New Documentaries About Photography Worth Your Eyeballs
Finding Vivian Maier Now hailed by many as one of the great street photographers of the 20th century, Maier made...
Interview: John Maloof, Director of ‘Finding Vivian Maier’
In 2007 John Maloof won a box of negatives at a Chicago auction house, revealing one of the greatest photographic discoveries of the 21st century