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Creating a Comprehensive Portrait of Syria at War
Nish Nalbandian on capturing mayhem and the mundane during his time in Syria
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."
Exploring the Critical Issues Facing Photojournalists Today
The five most inspiring takeaways from Reuters and ICP's #IconicInstant Event
U.S. Border Agents Can Search Your Photos
Photojournalist Ed Ou discovers that traveling photographers are vulnerable to warrantless search and seizure
Neil Leifer’s Photography Collection Going Up For Auction, Including Some Truly Iconic Images
More than 700 photos from an all-star cast of photographers will be for sale
Baltimore’s Freddie Gray Protests from the Photographer’s Perspective
Exhibition at MICA looks back at the days of unrest in Baltimore following Freddie Gray’s death in police custody
How to make money with photography
Photo industry professionals weigh in on how to make money with photography.
Capturing Moments of Kindness in Intolerant Places
‘What Works’ is currently on view at the Bronx Documentary Center
A 360° View of What It’s Like to Photograph Hillary Clinton for The New York Times
“People say I have the greatest job in the world and sometimes it is hard to dispute that.”
New Documentary Reclaims the Story of Jim Foley
"This film isn’t about Jim’s death. It’s about his life."