This Is the World’s Oldest Human Population
For his series “Comeback to Kalahari,” photographer Nicola Lo Calzo spent two months in South Africa with the San of the southern Kalahari—one of the most ancient indigenous groups in the world.
The “Keg Stand Queens” of College Binge Drinking
Recently, Slate columnist Emile Yoffe wrote a story advising college women to drink less at social gatherings to lower the risk of sexual assault. The story pushed a few buttons and ignited a dialogue about drinking culture all over the Internet. For three years, photographer Amanda Berg was steeped in that same dialogue.
Multiple-Exposure Nudes Bring New Life to Instant Film
As photography has shifted from film to digital, the rise of trigger-happy shutterbugs subscribing to quantity over quality has made the art of photography and its need for slowing things down seem almost archaic.
Photographer Jeff Enlow, also a news photo editor, often combs through thousands of images daily for his job.
The World’s Hub for Spiritualism in a Tiny New York Town
These Photos of Old Stuffed Animals Will Make You Miss Childhood
From Elizabeth Taylor to Andy Warhol: Capturing the Famous Faces of the 20th Century
Yousuf Karsh has snapped portraits of some of the most iconic figures of the last century. His wide-ranging pool of subjects includes John F. Kennedy, Joan Crawford, and Walt Disney.
The Wild Outlaws of Underground New York City
Tod Seelie has done everything in New York you’ve wanted to do but were too scared to try. He’s climbed bridges, partied in railroad tunnels, and sailed on homemade rafts in the Hudson River—and luckily for the rest of us, he’s documented it along the way.
Gorgeous Portraits of Glaciers
Glamorous Burlesque Dancers of a Certain Age
Photographing the Unphotographable Amish
How does one photograph a group of people whose beliefs prohibit virtually all photography? David Nevala found out a few summers ago when he arrived in Hillsboro, Wis., on a daylong assignment to photograph an Amish farm for the farm cooperative Organic Valley.