Featured in Amateur Photography
The Case For Never Banning Photography
Are photographers ruining everything?
Selections from Dennis Hopper’s Trove of Drugstore Camera Photos
Intimate Dennis Hopper photography from his own perspective
Project Lives: An Insider’s Look at Life in NYCHA Public Housing
Documenting the day-to-day of New Yorkers living in the projects
Death of the Photo Editor? Eyetracking Software Learns What Photos Are Worth Publishing
The National Press Photographers Association just released a study that used eyetracking software and surveys to determine what audiences value...
See Refugee Life Through the Lens of Syrian Youth
Displaced by civil war, two Syrian teens intimately document life from inside the camps
Hunter S. Thompson’s 1962 Pitch to Pop Photo on “The Virtues of American Photography”
One of the lesser-known facts about the life author Hunter S. Thompson—now a mythical, nearly cartoonish figure—is his longstanding relationship...
25 Years of American Photo: The Rise of the Amateur
_For our 25th anniversary issue, we asked photo experts to weigh in on the most important trends of the past...
The Story Behind Hurricane Sandy’s First Viral Photo
_Of the hundreds of photos that went viral as hurricane Sandy struck the east coast, Nick Cope‘s was one of...
In New York, a Graphic Story Unfolds Through Photos
This morning outside the Empire State Building, a man identified as Jeffrey Johnson shot and killed at least one victim...
New Rolls: More Incredible Photographs From Japan’s Tsunami Victims
The effects of the earthquake and tsunami which struck Japan on March 11th of this year are far from over....