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David Bailey


Masao Yamamoto


Herb Ritts


Guillermo Asián

Clayton James Cubitt

Nassia Kapa

Hugh Lippe


Mikko Lagerstedt

Ferdinando Scianna

Stefan Gesell

Ernst Haas

Chiara Balza



Joachim Ladefoged


Glyn Davies

Nobuyoshi Araki

Loretta Fiore

Abbas Attar


Willy Ronis

Philong Sovan


Eric Rose

Hans Steiner


Smithsonian Magazine’s 2013 Photo Contest

Photograph by Eko Adiyanto (Bekasi, Indonesia). Photograph by John Matzick (Port Hadlock, Washington) Photograph by Christopher Doherty (North Palm Beach, Florida) Photograph by Pyiet Oo Aung (Yangon, Myanmar) Photograph by Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez… Continue reading

Maya Goded


Yusuf Sevincli

Alan Hunter

Winners Highlights from the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

Cheung Lai San, Hong Kong Chen Li, China Arup Ghosh, India Chin Boon Leng, Singapore Holger Schmidtke, Germany Hairul Azizi Harun, Malaysia Theo de Witte, the Netherlands Ivan Pedretti, Italy Chi Hung Cheung,… Continue reading

Sebastião Salgado


Jonas Bendiksen


Wynn Bullock


Louis Agius


Vee Speers


Michael Zumstein


Dmitry Kostyukov


Robert Adams


Sony World Photography Awards Shortlist 2014

The knight and his steed, a tropical capture in Costa Rica. © Nicolas Reusens, Sweden – 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, Open Competition, Nature & Wildlife Subcategory. A muddy face from the mud… Continue reading

The Most Powerful Photos Of 2013, Buzzfeed

AP Photos/Discovery Channel, Tiffany Brown Aerialist Nik Wallenda walks a 2-inch-thick, quarter mile long steel cable over the Little Colorado River Gorge in northeastern Arizona in June. Christophe Simon / AFP / Getty… Continue reading

Best photos of 2013, New York Post

The village of Ilulissat is seen near the icebergs that broke off from the Jakobshavn Glacier in Ilulissat, Greenland. Getty Images Crowds jam Copacabana Beach for Pope Francis’ final Mass in Rio de… Continue reading

Best photos of 2013, New York Post ( 2 )

JAN 20: Patrons eat at Fred’s Texas Cafe in Fort Worth, Texas as a television shows President Obama being officially sworn-in for his second term. Getty Images Attendees, which included world leaders, influential… Continue reading

The Best Photojournalism of the Year, American Photo

Javier Manzano’s portrait of rebel snipers guarding their nest during the siege of Aleppo in 2012 was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photograhy—the first time in 17 years a freelance photographer has… Continue reading

2013: The Year in Photos, September – December, The Atlantic

Miles Scott, dressed as Batkid, walks with Batman before saving a damsel in distress in San Francisco, on November 15, 2013. San Francisco turned into Gotham City on that day, as city officials… Continue reading

2013: The Year in Photos, May – August, The Atlantic

In a natural color mosaic, Saturn eclipses the Sun as seen by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft on July 19, 2013. This image spans about 404,880 miles (651,591 km) across. Earth is barely visible as… Continue reading

2013: The Year in Photos, January – April, The Atlantic

A soldier of the French foreign legion wearing a skeleton mask stands next to an armored vehicle in a street in Niono, Mali, on January 20, 2013. French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian… Continue reading

Sony world photography award winners

  Andrea Gjestvang, Norway – winner, L’Iris d’Or Category: Professional/People Series: One Day in History Ylva Helen Schwenke, a survivor of the mass shooting on the island of Utøya on 22 Roman Pyatkovka,… Continue reading

The best photographs of 2013 , The Guardian

Attack of the locusts. “Madagascar has been suffering for years from this locus pest and the problem is only growing. It was terrifying to be in the middle of this swarm. There were… Continue reading

Ken Merfeld


2013 Year in Pictures, The Big Picture

Typhoon survivors play a game called “Sungka” inside the bathroom of a house, toppled by Super Typhoon Haiyan that battered Tacloban city nearly two weeks ago, in central Philippines on Nov. 21. (Erik… Continue reading

2013 Year in Pictures, The Big Picture ( 2 )

A view of the activity of volcano Tungurahua, seen from the village of Cotalo, Ecuador, May 8. (Jose Jacome/EPA) A man falls from a high floor of a burning building in central Lahore,… Continue reading

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