Elizabeth Hoff releases powerful photos of models swimming in plastic, showing the pollution destroying our oceans.
Photographer Kirsten Luce spent months documenting animals being exploited for entertainment.
People can do racist things but believe they’re not racist in part from conditioning that says burning crosses and lynchings are racist but little else is.
Lindbergh's Vogue cover of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford kickstarted the supermodel phenomenon.
Homes and interiors tell a story, both politically and culturally of a whole country, says Isabelle Bonnet, the curator of ‘Home Sweet Home’ photographic exhibition. It presents a complex image of the British home, carefully documented by photographers from the sixties to the present day.
The 2010 winner, South African Jodi Bieber, acknowledges that the photojournalism industry is male-dominated.
Turkish collage artist Uğur Gallenkuş has created an innovative photography project — juxtaposing two different worlds within a single image.
Graeme Purdy explains to us how he's spent years capturing wildlife but in his latest project, from only eight feet away.
Iain Macmillian, the photographer who captured the images in north London in 1969 is said to have completed the entire shoot in just ten minutes.
Wildlife photographer Chase Dekker captured a sea lion falling into the mouth of a humpback whale in what he calls a "once-in-a-lifetime" moment.
Created by Spanish artist Maria José Rodrigues Escolar, the exhibit is part of the Lest We Forget initiative and puts together family photographs - alongside artworks based on them - originating from the UAE and Spain in the late 20th century.
Young French photographer Maxime Caron visited the post-Apocalyptic town of Pripyat, where the infamous Chernobyl nuclear power plant is located. Report from Chernobyl in the new issue of the European lens.
A new generation of contemporary artists from the continent has now become an integral part of the global art scene, and a new generation of artists and gallery owners is growing-up in South Africa, Uganda and Angola.
As Europe pays tribute to the fallen, photographer Chris Helgren returned to some of the key locations involved in the D-Day landings to see how they have changed since the war.
#TheCube | The summit of the world's highest peak experiences severe 'traffic' in times of optimal weather conditions, sparking fear for the safety of adventure enthusiasts with hour-long queues to the summit.
An extraordinary set of photos documenting the worldwide effects of global warming, exhibited by Josh Haner at Photo London.
Our exclusive interview with conservation photographer Esther Horvath.
Germany's Leica moves to distance itself from Tiananmen video
How wildlife photographers can help drive positive environmental engagement through powerful images?
A petition to find two people pictured in a joyful moment outside Notre Dame before the tragedy has taken over social media.
We spoke to Matthew Richards about his adventures on one of Europe’s less talked about hiking trails, the 600km Slovenian mountain trail.
She directed "Cléo de 5 à 7" (1962), "Le Bonheur" (1965), "Les Plages d'Agnès" (2008) and more.
Our interview with outdoor image makers Ulrika Larsson and Lukasz Warzecha.
A new exhibition looks at the new sea routes, militarization, impact of the increase in tourism, and the mining, oil and gas industries in the region.
The Reuters photojournalist covered some of the most dangerous events around the world. He died at 58 after a long battle with cancer.
Catalina Martin-Chico spoke to Euronews about her photo of a former FARC guerrilla that has been nominated in this year's World Press Photo contest.