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World Photographic Cup 2018: Reportage Top 10

World Photographic Cup 2018: Top 10 reportage images

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Witness to history: Harry Benson’s Robert F. Kennedy assassination images

Photojournalist Harry Benson describes his Robert F. Kennedy assassination images

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Harry Benson has photographed it all

87-year-old photographer Harry Benson's portfolio includes images from the world's most historic events.

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Photo series highlights human trafficking in Kenya

Fine art photographer Matilde Simas teamed up with nonprofit organization to share the plight of victims of human trafficking

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Three photographers win $30,000 Catchlight fellowships

Photographers win $30,000 Catchlight fellowships to be used for photography projects that focus on social issues

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It’s not wedding photojournalism, but it looks like it

Wedding photographers Allison and Briann Callaway work with what's happening naturally and make it more photogenic. It's reality, enhanced.

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Can you make a street portrait in 30 seconds flat?

Photographer Nicola Davison Reed explains her approach to street portrait photography

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World Photographic Cup 2017: Reportage Top 10

Individual winners and the Cup winning Team of the 2017 World Photographic Cup (WPC) were announced on February 23rd  at the WPC 2017 PHOTO SHOW

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Beast on deck: Photography at sea

Having spent 20 years on the sea, Joel Woods has learned hard lessons in life and photography.

Tech
The seeds that could save humanity

Photography book uses powerful images to tell the story of the Global Seed Vault.

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Kenneth C. Holston tells Baltimore rioters’ story

In April 2015, when U.S. Air Force photojournalist Kenneth C. Holston heard news of the riots in Baltimore, he headed straight for the action.

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Diego Huerta

Diego Huerta's "Inside Oaxaca" series documents rich Mexican culture. Read more about the series in the July 2016 edition, p. 13. 

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Magical communion

Globetrotting travel photographer Terri Gold creates remarkable infrared images.