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The New York Times is digitizing millions of archival photographs into Google’s cloud
A collaborative project to bring the photographs stored in “the morgue” back to life.
Linda Troeller finds inspiration in the ashes of the fire that nearly killed her
"I’ve never wanted my camera so much as I have in the last few years. It was like a reflex."
21 Of Our Favorite Frames From NASA’s Massive Moon Mission Photo Archive
When the Hasselblad went to space
NASA Releases Thousands of Photos From the Moon Mission
A phenomenal collection of images from space
See a Grandmother’s Collection of Civil War Photos Digitized by Library of Congress
Hundreds of stereoscopic images acquired in time for the 150th anniversary of the war
From the Archives: Magnum’s Square Print Sale
Most photographers can attest that the majority of their life’s work has never been seen by anyone. Jobs call for...
Rediscovering Roman Vishniac
Roman Vishniac was well known for documenting Jewish life in Eastern Europe before the start of the Holocaust. From 1935-1938...
Searching for the Seventies: The Documerica Photography Project
A new gallery show explores some amazing American documentary photography
New York Public Library Digitizing More Than 1,000 Unseen Farm Security Administration Photographs
A unique look at the early 20th century via some never-before-seen images
“If you really want to make interesting pictures, you shouldn’t try to make them.” This certainly sounds like strange advice,...