One of Life magazine's original four photographers, Margaret Bourke-White snapped shots around the world
March 01, 2007 | By Dina Modianot-Fox
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
"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
Photojournalist Chris Hondros, recently killed in Libya, discussed his work in war-torn Liberia with Smithsonian in 2006
February 2006 | By Christine Dell'Amore
Weegee's wartime snapshot was widely seen as social criticism, but it was, in fact, a farce
November 2005 | By Matthew Gurewitsch
He made little headway with President Grant, but Red Cloud won over the 19th century's greatest photographers.
June 2005 | By Anne Broache
The shooting of protester James Meredith 38 years ago, searingly documented by a rookie photographer, galvanized the civil rights movement
February 2005 | By Carolyn Kleiner Butler
From Hollywood to Buchenwald, and Manhattan to the Kalahari, the magazine pioneered photojournalism as we know it. A new book shows how
December 2004 | By John Loengard
Noted for her sensitive photojournalism in postwar magazines, Esther Bubley is back in vogue
March 2004 | By Beverly W. Brannan
From gleeful schoolkids to a literary scholar who loves Humphrey Bogart, a photographer captures a reawakening but still wary city
February 2004 | By Lois Raimondo
When Sonny Liston decided not to meet the Beatles 40 years ago, photographer Harry Benson pulled a switcheroo
February 2004 | By Robert Lipsyte
Taken at the start of his multifaceted career, Gordon Parks' photograph of a Washington, D.C. worker was so inflammatory it was buried for decades
December 2003 | By Paul Trachtman
A new book and a Paris arts center pay homage to photography's elusive 95-year-old grand master.
November 2003 | By Sarah Boxer
Photographer Bob Adelman's picture of Martin Luther King, Jr., taken 40 years ago, captures one of the greatest speeches in American history
August 2003 | By Lucinda Moore
David Douglas Duncan's Life photographs captured the courage and anguish of marines in Korea, bringing home the gravity of war
May 2003 | By Terence Monmaney
August 2002 | By Adriana Leshko
W. Eugene Smith captured the grit and beauty of industrial Pittsburgh
June 2002 | By Adam Rogers