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World Press Photo Award Winning Photographer Rémi Ochlik Killed In Syria
World Press Photo winner Rémi Ochlik was killed in Syria alongside Sunday Times correspondent Marie Colvin, and at least three other photographers are reported injured.
A Wall Street Trader’s Unexpected Photo Hobby: Documenting Lives of Marginalized New Yorkers
Chris Arnade may be a part of the city’s 1%, but he spends his free time photographing some of the Bronx’s most forgotten residents
Capturing Vanishing Cultures with a 35-Foot Camera
A Kickstarter fund has been created for a project that revolves around photographing vanishing cultures with a camera the size of a truck
American Photo: The Cost of Freedom
Ron Haviv, a VII photojournalist, recounts his experience at the center of the chaos as Tripoli fell
The Cost of Freedom
_Ed Note: This article contains video. You’ll find it about halfway through the text. _ The fall of Tripoli happened...
The Best Photojournalism of the Week: February 17, 2012
Be sure to check out our archive of past Photojournalism of the Week galleries, where you will find more great...
American Photo: A Loving Victory For Civil Rights
Photographs of the Loving couple, a family who fought marriage discrimination in the American south, are given new life at ICP in New York
A Loving Victory For Civil Rights
On first glance, LIFE photographer Grey Villet’s images of Mildred and Richard Loving and their young family may appear common,...
The Best Photojournalism of the Week: February 10, 2012
This week’s images come to us from all across the globe, from a diverse group of photographers. Wherever possible, we’ve...
Learn About Photographers’ Rights From an Animated Ghost of Ben Franklin
A lighthearted video touts free speech in light of recent attacks on photographers' rights