Magnum photographers reveal stories behind their images that respond to Henri Cartier-Bresson’s idea of the decisive moment, including Martin Parr, Tim Hetherington and Newsha Tavakolian.
Post-war Bosnia, Parisian Banlieues, sculpture, sexualised selfies and the American West are some of the subjects explored by the recipients of this year’s Magnum Graduate Photographers award.
Documentary photography can be a lonely business, especially in the first stretch of your career. But these four friends have found a way to work together as individuals.
New photobook Magnum Cycling, by Guy Andrews, shares the stunning scenes and raw emotion of cross-country cyclists around the globe.
Advice for young photographers chasing authentic stories beyond the beaten track.
From victims of acid attacks in Iran to empathetic work on the refugee crisis, these are Huck's highlights from the world's largest photography competition.
April 2016 marks 30 years since Chernobyl, the worst nuclear disaster in history. Photographer Jadwiga Bronte travelled to Belarus to meet the invisible people still living with the consequences.
For 22-year-old photographer Olivia Bee, a camera is an extension of herself - whether she's shooting intimate childhood moments or high end professional campaigns.
A natural affinity for music and clobber gave northern soul boy Ewen Spencer access to the most exclusive of British subcultures.
Photography has taken Nick Waplington into different worlds, from raves and runway fashion to working-class estates.
Come join as Cebe Loomis takes us on an analogue adventure across Cuba.
There is a world beneath Las Vegas, forged from tunnels and underground lairs, that speaks of America’s tattered dream.