Gabby Salazar on the power of storytelling in conservation photography.
Keith Carter has had a 50-year career of insights, and he's still finding inspiration.
Elliott Erwitt's portfolio makes it seem as if he attended every noteworthy event over the past century. What's his secret?
Photographer Nate Larson documents the life and the work in mean center towns, creating snapshots of America that reflect national and international issues at play.
Jonathan Higbee's book "Coincidences" collects his often humorus New York City street photography.
Yasuyoshi Chiba wins prestigious award for his image of non-violent protesters in the wake of a military massacre.
Portrait photographer Matilde Simas uses images to advocate for survivors of human trafficking.
Photographer Christian Monterrosa's photos of the Saddleridge Fire wins photo contest.
Photographer Neal Schlosburg describes his photo series "My Picture Tells a Story."
Photographer Ron B. Wilson describes his experience volunteering his skills for NGOs through Photographers Without Borders.
Photographer Frank Staub documents desert in path of proposed Arizona interstate 11
Street photographer Amy Touchette is playing her cards right by getting her art into people's hands
Wildlife and nature photographer Sue Flood discusses photographing emperor penguins
Photographer Todd Antony photographs Bolivia's Flying Cholitas, women wrestlers in traditional dress
Photographer Nathalie Daoust traveled to North Korea for a documentary assignment and found a say to defy restrictions on what she could shoot with her camera.
Photographer Steve Fiehl is documenting life in New York City’s The Bowery Mission with portraits of residents.