We sat down with Thien Nguyen, a professional film photographer based out of Washington DC and a staff photographer for the magazine. She talked about her work, creative process, and some of the challenges she faces as an ethnic female artist.
The area was once part of a vast inland sea that covered a large area of Southern California.
If you love photography, shooting and exploring new places with your friends may be one of your favorite things to do. Nothing can beat capturing beautiful banal photos when you're with the people you enjoy the company of and share the same interests as you.
Ifreke Inyang, model and student at Texas Tech University contributes to the conversation on race, culture, and diversity.
This renders the towns as if they are in a time capsule, totally separated from the art on the islands. The docks are worn down as if they had seen time pass it by while it remained unchanged.
The majority of the work is created by exploring the streets and getting lost, trying to find new and interesting places that might contribute to the story.
At the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Nachtwey discussed his experience and thoughts on the project. During his talk, you could hear the pain and empathy in his voice for the victims of this horrible addiction.
Did you know that the act of brewing beer started as a woman’s job? A craze so heavily dominated by men originated as just another housewife chore…
There is this common belief that hip-hop is the easiest way to success when growing up black however, that is not entirely the case.
This project documents schoolboys and their surroundings in their final year of school, as they look ahead to the future.
This is what you’re getting hit with every day when road tripping through remote parts of Indonesia. A country where extreme beauty and obscure chaos walk hand in hand to create this constant flow of uncommonness that we can’t help but come back to every time.
My goal was to construct a fake narrative from the photographs that I shot throughout my journey. The resultant series, presenting a fictive vision of my short travels through New Zealand.
Being a girl who spends her days galavanting Zuma end to end, why would I choose to spend a chunk of my winter up in the cold, grey Pacific Northwest? I mean, apart from my awesome cousins, that cute dude I met at the skatepark back in summer and the fact my broken wrist means surfing is out of the picture.
People are naturally drawn to ask about my camera and start a conversation with me about it in the water. I hope that people’s intrigue in the Nikonos and the images I produce is what creates an interest in my photography, and not the fact that I am a woman swimming with a camera.
Although the aesthetic of a house might lead you to assume the type of family that occupies it, you can never fully know until you meet those individuals.
My visit to the Czech Republic inspired me in black and white. I don’t shoot in black and white nearly as much as I should. And I’m reminded of that every time I see the developed images. There’s something so complex in its simplicity; like reality, deconstructed into basic parts, a little black, some grey, the rest white.
As months passed, I started to see London as a beautiful space of creativity and diversity; the complete opposite of where I am from. With this in mind, I wanted to create a selection of photographs that would highlight the beauty I see behind the lens.
His passion for photography and illustration means that many of our trips and memories are beautifully documented - you couldn't ask for a better companion.
Even after massive, on going, successful recovery efforts, what I saw when I got there was completely disheartening. I knew the storm was powerful, but the extent of its damage was more than I imagined.
By the time I’ve entered my third year in college, I have already photographed countless protests in Los Angeles. I’ve been to enough demonstrations to detect certain patterns — you meet the same people, hear the same chants, and see the same banners over and over again at every protest.
Last summer I spent a week eurorailing in Italy and I brought my film camera with me to document my exploration of Milan, Cinque Terre and Bologna.
Understanding what masculinity is in the 21st Century
A stunning set of photos inspired by Wes Anderson as photographer, Fahad Khokhar, explores South Africa.
Taking photos of my friends is something I really enjoyed during high school and once I graduated and got a proper camera, nothing can stop me from shooting since then.
As I walked the streets of Venice, everything started to struck me. The diversity of its people, its architecture, its culture - blended in with the sounds and smells of the ocean made me feel like I was always supposed to eventually make my way there.
Lucy Hawthorne's photos taken during their holiday at the beautiful southern part of France.
The close knit artist community of Trenton, New Jersey.
FILM IS NOT DEAD BY IVAN SANTIAGO - The images captured portray the arid landscapes of West Texas with an ink of controversy from the recent racist events that are happening across America.