The light in Sharkey’s images doesn’t so much cover his subjects but illuminates them from within.
The image dates from the 1850s, when the recent discovery of the wet-plate collodion process allowed for crisp captures of landmark moments to be faithfully documented and easily disseminated.
Burckhardt was never surreptitious; he did not hide his camera, and his subjects often knew they were being photographed.
Blogger and cultural observer Bucky Turco shares his images and insight from the insurrection at the US Capitol yesterday.
This year, Romero will be installing photographs of California’s Indigenous peoples on billboards and public places throughout Los Angeles.
Photographer Kyle Cassidy released one of his images into the public domain. Years later, someone else took credit for it.
The image depicts 2,953 arced trails of the sun rising and falling during a period of eight years and one month.
In the 1980s and ’90s, Rivera photographed drag performers in Latinx gay bars, house parties in pre-gentrified Echo Park, and performers like Sade, Vaginal Davis, and Chaka Khan.
Marcela Pardo Ariza’s thoughtful intervention centers community and chosen family as generational roots within queer communities, one giving life to another.
Ramirez identified as a conceptual artist, but unlike his peers, his work is “filled with a deep and palpable humanity.”
From a dust storm in Arizona to a blizzard on the Brooklyn Bridge, the Royal Meteorological Society’s annual photography awards display the beauty and power of nature.
Check out the finalists for the latest Independent Photographer award.