From a dark den in the Mission District, photographer Ray Potes is capturing life in stark black and white.
Documentary photographer Geoffrey Hiller publishes photo book exploring the newly democratic Myanmar.
As The World Press Photo awards withdraw a prize awarded to Italian photographer Giovanni Troilo for his image of a painter and subjects in Belgium, we are left to question what's really real in photojournalism?
New book by photographers Will Robson-Scott and Ollie Grove explores the relationship between man and dog.
Photographer Elisa Routa shares her mournful analogue series as the first 'business as usual' issue of Charlie Hebdo hits newsstands today.
Organiser of the 100 Mile Radius photography competition, Stuart Pilkington, shares the secrets to shooting great panoramic images.
Ed Medrano’s photography captures the heart and soul of Los Angeles’ grassroots culture.
Prolific instant snappers including Alison Mosshart, Scout Willis and Oliver Blohm have each been challenged by the Impossible Project to shoot a series comprised of just eight images.
Want to see Andy Warhol's cookie jar collection or Damien Hirst's stash of taxidermy? Check out the new Magnificent Collections show at the Barbican.
Alec Soth criss-crosses the States to document the breakdown of community in small-town America.
So-Cal fashion brand Opening Ceremony breaks open Spike Jonze's photography archive to create a New York Fashion Week show and exhibition.
Charity PhotoVoice empowers people too often denied a voice to tell their own stories through photography.