My Greatest Shot profiles some of Britain’s most innovative photographers, inviting them to share in-depth stories behind some of their most iconic work.
With his photographs, taken during the 1980s, Ken Light wanted to reveal ‘the desperation, hardship, and struggle of people who want a better life’.
How do we stay strong in the face of adversity? For the latest Magnum Print Sale, the world’s best photographers share their most inspiring images.
For photographer Andrew Quilty – an immigrant living in war-torn Kabul – the prospect of Covid-19 was panic-inducing. But the reality was an entirely different story.
Plan ahead, pack well, and check in with a buddy: Cengiz Yar shares the lessons he’s learned so far.
In the latest instalment of our Talking Mental Health series, photojournalist Daniella Zalcman investigates how exposure to trauma is starting to take its toll.
Photographer Dorothea Lange travelled across the US in the mid-20th century, creating a complex portrait of American life at its most bleak.
Founded in the ’60s, when black art was ignored by the establishment, Kamoinge’s influence has remained largely unrecognised – until now.
The Dysturb Collective use street art and photography to deliver COVID-19 information that reaches beyond the mainstream bubble.
Photographer Marzio Toniolo documents daily life in Lombardy: the heart of the country’s coronavirus outbreak.
Photographer Pauline Beugnies visits Battir: one of the last villages that is not yet cut off from Jerusalem by the separation wall.
Photojournalist Sebastian Meyer weaves his documentary photography of a conflicted region with his own heartbreaking journey of friendship and loss.