The museum is bigger and more demanding, but there’s more fun, and a sense of serendipity.
A technologist works in rainforest canopies to track illegal logging. To document that work, you can’t take pictures from the ground.
In 2016, the Marine Corps said it had wrongly identified another of the men in the famous photograph.
We sent the artist an instant camera, and he shared a characteristically joyful glimpse into his world.
The winning image showcases “the humor and horror” of nature, the Natural History Museum in London said.
In taking portraits of the famous — Margaret Thatcher, Sean Connery and Rudolf Nureyev among them — she made them relax. In war zones she was unflinching.
Student protests, now and then.
Google’s Pixel 4 is the newest example of how computational photography is driving the future of phone cameras.
With sensors so powerful now, computational photography is driving the future of cameras. Google’s Pixel 4 is the newest example.
Immerse yourself in a memory from a simpler, pre-Instagram time.
A fashion critic and a music critic debate.
Over three days in Texas, the photographers Chad Batka and Celeste Sloman photographed a representative sample of American voters.
Fifty years ago, the Young Lords evolved from a street gang to a political force.
Being present in nature doesn’t have to be as simplistic as cutting out technology altogether. There are other small ways to observe more deeply.
Roy DeCarava famously turned Harlem into his canvas, but there is much more to see — and feel — in his new retrospective.
She immersed herself in the rougher precincts of American life for months at a time, portraying their denizens as noble but not necessarily heroic.
Also this week, how we captured the stark beauty of ghost forests.
His photographs, enlivened by friends, subversive wit and a hip-hop swagger, are on show in a major retrospective in Paris.
Wearing custom tuxedo shirts and sneakers, the Wedding Hashers race to join the wedding photo shoots.
Some gems from the life’s work of people remembered in obituaries in The New York Times.
The artist’s photographs, a major act of urban historical preservation, are on view at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
The artist has been challenging our notions of identity and selfhood for three decades, but her latest project feels uniquely pressing.
The best photos from the collections shown in New York, London, Milan and Paris in September.
In his new book, the photographer reveals the essence of important buildings. In conversation, he has a few unvarnished things to say about some of them.
He captured masters at work and documented the creation of Land Art, like Robert Smithson’s “Spiral Jetty.” For one book he teamed up with Fidel Castro.
Walkouts and sit-ins by the United Automobile Workers over the decades helped secure contracts that lifted members into the middle class.
With a new book of her photographs and a gallery show to follow, the two-time Oscar winner talks about her passion for being behind the camera.
Enormous and indefatigable, sea eagles turn their daily hunt into a thrilling display of aerial dominance.
A ragged industrial field 150 miles south of Washington has become a crumbling shrine to presidential history.
Far beneath the rainforest floor, in a pair of remote national parks, lie some of the world’s oldest signs of human activity.
From its immersive airport art to its hyperengineered skyline, the urban state offers a sci-fi vision for the present day.
Strewn with shipwrecks and bleached bones, the landscape is a reminder of how impermanent civilization is.
What is it about human beings that makes us want to see the unseen? We sent photographers across the world to find out.
The spring 2020 shows are underway in Paris — and T’s photographers are there to capture it all.
Some would-be street muses knew exactly what the fashion photographer was after, writes the photo editor of a new collection of his work. They “put their foot forward or held their handbag aloft or tilted their hat-topped head just so.”
A photo survey of the blackboards of mathematicians.
For a Metro project, photographers fanned out across 65 block parties in all five boroughs to find camaraderie, community and cotton candy.
For the Talk column, 22-year-old Mamadi Doumbouya has brought his distinctive, color-saturated style to photos of Megan Rapinoe, Dapper Dan, Robert A. Caro and many more.
ImageNet Roulette, a digital art project and viral selfie app, exposes how biases have crept into the artificial-intelligence technologies changing our lives.
Alvin Baltrop’s photographs of the abandoned Hudson River piers and the people who populated them in the 1970s and ’80s have been all but ignored. Until now.
We’ll be updating this post daily with notes on the collections and our favorite images, so remember to check back.
Nirmal Purja snapped the photograph of an overcrowded Mount Everest summit while on a quest to climb the 14 tallest mountains in the world in record time.
As a founder of the New Lost City Ramblers and as a photographer, filmmaker and musicologist, he devoted his life to the traditional music of the rural South.