1. A Spanish Photographer’s 42-Year-Long Mission to Save His Village’s Memories Photo, Today

    Old ways of life are disappearing from Cespedosa de Tormes in western Spain, but Juan Manuel Castro Prieto wants to preserve the threads that join him to his ancestral village.

  2. An Intimate Look at Leonard Bernstein Photo, Yesterday

    A collection of photographs of Mr. Bernstein, shot by some of the most famous photographers of the 20th century, capture the American classical music maestro on and off the stage.

  3. The Stories Behind the Supreme Court’s Class Photos Washington, December 10

    For 150 years, the justices have sat, not always happily, for an extraordinary series of group portraits

  4. Documenting the Disappearing Glaciers of Iceland Photo, December 10

    On foot and by plane, Ragnar Axelsson is photographing the glaciers that cover his homeland, creating a poetic record of the structures for a future without them.

  5. A Photographer Goes Missing in China Op Ed, December 8

    Lu Guang’s images have shown the world China’s dark side.

  6. Rediscovering My Daughter Through Instagram Op Ed, December 8

    Paulina was as remote as a 15-year-old could be. And then I saw her photography.

  7. An Intimate Exploration of a Queer Love Story Lens, December 5

    Jake Naughton and Juan Anibal Sosa Iglesias reflect on joy, love and loss in their relationship through their collaborative photo book “When We Were Strangers.”

  8. Apply Now for the 2019 New York Portfolio Review Photo, December 4

    The deadline is Dec. 10.

  9. Loss and Bravery: Intimate Snapshots From the First Decade of the AIDS Crisis National, December 1

    Covering the tragic escalation of an epidemic

  10. Rare Photo Is a Teenage van Gogh, but Not Vincent Culture, November 29

    A photo long thought to be one of two known pictures of the artist’s face is actually of his brother Theo, researchers in Amsterdam said.

  11. Is Geotagging on Instagram Ruining Natural Wonders? Some Say Yes Express, November 29

    Conservation groups and others are asking social media users not to add precise location tags to photos of fragile ecosystems and wild animals.

  12. Richard Prince’s New, Late Style Is One of His Best Weekend, November 29

    An exhibition of over 30 new paintings and several other works is among this artist’s most fun to look at, and uncharacteristically generous and self-revealing.

  13. It’s Almost 2019. Do You Know Where Your Photos Are? Styles, November 29

    In the age of image abundance, purges are a way of life.

  14. It’s Almost 2019. Do You Know Where Your Photos Are? Style, November 29

    In the age of image abundance, purges are a way of life.

  15. Luc Sante on the Year’s Best Photography Books Interactive, November 28

    Our photography roundup includes books by Abelardo Morell, Anne Brigman, Shomei Tomatsu and Lynsey Addario.

  16. Make Your Friends and Family Less Irksome This Holiday Season Business, November 28

    Getting a big group together this time of year can be a hassle. So spare everyone the endless phone notifications and email threads and try these methods instead.

  17. Zanele Muholi, a South African Artist Who Uses Self-Portraits as Visual Activism Book Review, November 28

    A self-titled coffee-table book — subtitled “Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness” — collects the photographer’s black-and-white images to challenge global racism.

  18. A Modern History of China, in Photographs Book Review, November 28

    “Magnum China” collects decades-worth of images by Western photographers of a nation gripped by political conflict.

  19. Unraveling the Mysteries of Dorothea Lange’s ‘Migrant Mother’ Photo, November 28

    The history behind Ms. Lange’s photograph of Florence Owens Thompson has intrigued academics and photographers for decades. But a new book sheds fresh light on the portrait’s little-explored details.

  20. 48 of the Coolest Kids in New York Magazine, November 27

    We sent a photographer to look for the most fashionable kids in the city. She began on the first day of school and shot for two months. Here are the standouts.

  21. Examining Arnold Newman's Environmental Portraits Photo, November 26

    When taking portraits, Arnold Newman was less interested in the details of his subject’s surroundings than with the symbols he could create with them.

  22. A New Set of Subjects for a Street Style Photographer: Kids Insider, November 25

    When I set out to apply the Bill Cunningham treatment to the younger generation for The New York Times for Kids, my first challenge was simply finding them.

  23. Revelations in a Wheelchair Op Ed, November 23

    A recently disabled New York City photographer gets an education in the discrimination that people like him must face.

  24. Illuminating Black Joy, Black Love and Resistance in Harlem Photo, November 23

    Roy DeCarava and Langston Hughes celebrated the art of living through difficult times in “The Sweet Flypaper of Life.”

  25. Capturing the Complexities of the Modern South, in Photographs Photo, November 21

    A new exhibition challenges the perceived identity of the American South, at a time when the definition of regionalism itself is in flux.

  26. Capturing an American Icon for Augmented Reality Insider, November 19

    For a new A.R. project, we combined 675 photos of the original torch of the Statue of Liberty to allow readers to see it up close as never before.

  27. Brooklyn’s Visual Reboot Metropolitan, November 15

    Photographs of the most populous borough reveal a new landscape being experienced by people new to the terrain, with little investment in Brooklyn’s past.

  28. Arbus, Untitled and Unearthly Arts, November 15

    A series considered one of the towering achievements of American art reminds us that nothing can surpass the strange beauty of reality if a photographer knows where to look.

  29. She Needed No Camera to Make the First Book of Photographs Weekend, November 15

    The British botanist Anna Atkins published her evocative cyanotypes of algae and seaweed 175 years ago. Now, the New York Public Library is celebrating her innovation.

  30. Louisville and Muhammad Ali: A Rare Look at a Hometown Champ Photo, November 15

    A new book shows the unmatched trust and connection photographers at the Louisville Courier Journal had with their city’s most famous son: Muhammad Ali.

  31. How Google Photos Became a Perfect Jukebox for Our Memories Business, November 14

    Google Photos, introduced in 2015, has become one of the most emotionally resonant pieces of technology today. It is also shaping our narratives along the way.

  32. How Photography Has Shaped Perceptions of African Women Photo, November 14

    “Aunty!,” an exhibit curated by Laylah Amatullah Barrayn and Catherine E. McKinley, reveals photography’s role as a tool or weapon when investigating identity and empowerment.

  33. Cosmopolitan Style in Turkey Styles, November 13

    In Istanbul, self-expression can be as simple as the way you tie your hijab, doff your flat cap or always, always dye your hair.

  34. Shahidul Alam: Fiercely Devoted to the Truth Photo, November 13

    As fidelity to facts leads to hardships, the Bangladeshi photographer’s incarceration demonstrates how a government restricts expression and criticism.