From Margaret Bourke-White to Annie Leibovitz, photographers have scaled dizzying heights to frame the perfect prop
February 2008 | By David J. Marcou
The inaugural show of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
February 2008 | By Lucinda Moore
The curator of a portrait exhibition discusses how African Americans used photography to resist stereotypes
February 01, 2008 | By Lucinda Moore
Even in 1992, Steve McCurry says, Kabul was full of surprises
November 2007 | By Robert M. Poole
Never-before-published photographs reveal a personal side to the first family
October 26, 2007 | By Nicole Wroten
Out of Hell's Kitchen came an image that would epitomize one of Broadway's greatest love stories
October 2007 | By Owen Edwards
An obscure photographic process unveiled 100 years ago opens a fresh window on the past
September 2007 | By Robert M. Poole
Photographer Alen MacWeeney wanted to see Ireland's Travellers as they were
July 2007 | By David Zax
And family friend William Eggleston, his camera at his side, felt compelled to shoot
May 2007 | By Emily Yellin
A newly published scrapbook of Henri Cartier-Bresson's early photographs is changing some notions about how he worked
April 2007 | By Sarah Boxer
As Paris feted Queen Elizabeth II, photographer Bert Hardy found a circumstance to match her pomp
March 2007 | By David J. Marcou
One of Life magazine's original four photographers, Margaret Bourke-White snapped shots around the world
March 01, 2007 | By Dina Modianot-Fox
"A whole lifetime was over," legendary quarterback Y.A. Tittle recalls
February 2007 | By Michael Shapiro
When elephants began dying, Peter Beard suspected that poachers were not entirely to blame
December 2006 | By Owen Edwards
Because of a Lewis Hine photograph, Addie Card became the poster child of child labor. But what became of Addie Card?
September 2006 | By Elizabeth Winthrop
Space shuttle-watchers took their place in the sun, not yet awakened to the true risks of exploring the heavens.
August 2006 | By Henry Allen
A Danish photographer goes the extra mile to document wildlife in one of North America's most remote, most pristing areas, now coveted by mining and oil companies.
July 2006 | By Frank Clifford
"I'm 15. I'm getting married. My mother doesn't want me to get married." But that's just the beginning of the story.
June 2006 | By Maryalice Yakutchik
A church is bombed. A daughter is missing. A rediscovered photograph recalls one of the most heart-wrenching episodes of the civil rights era.
May 2006 | By Diane McWhorter
A news photographer in India captures a devotional moment that goes back a thousand years
March 2006 | By Maura Moynihan