A female photojournalist whose photo of a farmer became famous in 2004 provides workshops for teenage girls in the hopes that they, too, will find success.
Photojournalist Michael Nigro live streamed the "Stand Together Against Trump March," which took place in Cleveland on Day 4 of the Republican National Convention.
Conservative commentator David Frum has tweeted no fewer than eight times his outrage over "faked" photos of Palestinian victims of Israel's military violence. Problem: The photos are real.
Photojournalist W. Eugene Smith brought worldwide attention to social injustice with his provocative photographs. In 1959 he began assembling a retrospective on what was then his life’s work, which has never been published, until now.In 1959, photojournalist W. Eugene Smith began assembling a retrospective on what was then his life’s work on social injustice. It has never been published, until now.
Up to 30 photographers and editorial support staff for the Chicago Sun-Times and its suburban sister newspapers -- virtually the entire photo department -- were laid off Thursday morning.
The civil war in Syria is not a romantic democratic uprising, although one could get that impression from accounts in mainstream media outlets.
Tom Hurndall was one of a bunch of "human shields" who turned up in Baghdad just before the Anglo-American invasion in 2003, the kind of folk we professional reporters make fun of. Tree huggers, that kind of thing. Now I wish I had met him because Hurndall's journals show a remarkable man of remarkable principle.