Bryant, whose husband and daughter died in a 2020 helicopter crash, said county employees shared photos of human remains from the crash, causing her emotional distress.
A book of photos from early in Tyson’s boxing career shows the buildup that helped fuel interest in the talented but troubled heavyweight.
Between the 1970s and 1990s, the photographer captured a nation at leisure.
A photographer in Maine has been documenting groups of women who submerge themselves in near-freezing water. Here’s what she’s seen.
The story behind the simple arrows that point the way to victory in cycling’s most prestigious race.
Grab your iPhone: Andrew Brand wants to show you a side of your garden that you’ve never seen before (and how to photograph it).
A photographer traveled across America on one of Amtrak’s long-distance train routes. Here’s what she saw.
In a magisterial survey at the National Gallery of Art, the photographer discerns poetry even in degraded Western landscapes.
The architect’s achievements transformed the landscape of Nevada but were obscured by racism. Janna Ireland’s exhibition changes that.
The photographer, at age 82, is still making waves, with a show at the Danziger Gallery in Los Angeles that debuts a body of work from his past.
Best known for unmasking domestic violence, the pathbreaking photojournalist has a show timed to coincide with the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
A downpour, a dust storm and an encounter with a lively dig team offered a photographer a new perspective on the country’s celebrated tombs.
For seven years, a photographer based in Delhi has collected images of ornamental structures known as chabutras. Here are some of his favorites.
From the driving range to the dude ranch, an artist stages intimate, alluring portraits of U.S. hegemony from within its walls.
A photographer spent a few weeks helping run a horseback riding program on the white-sand beaches of Benguerra Island. Here’s what she saw.
Add your voice to a new project examining items that tell stories of history, culture and race in America.
A Baltimore photographer considers the HBO drama’s impact on the city where he was raised, 20 years after the show’s debut.
Though grisly, showing what rifles do to people is a chance to finally shift the gun debate.
As Broadway embarked on its road to recovery, these 45 theater artists helped pave the way.
Lionfish, while spectacularly beautiful, are wreaking havoc on Caribbean reef habitats.
The surviving people in war photographs, especially the children, must somehow go on. We are not symbols. We are human.
“I had been on the treadmill for so long. And then suddenly I felt like I could just be an artist again,” he says. His long obsession with photo books has now taken full flight.
The southern border is seeing a historic spike in migrant crossings. Many are coming in hope of asking for asylum, a right that has been unavailable because of pandemic-related restrictions on immigration. A New York Times photographer documented three ways that people cross the border into the United States.
Amid the roar of artillery and bone-rattling explosions, New York Times photographers have borne graphic witness to the fight to survive. These are their stories and images.
A violent society ought to view its handiwork.
Researchers have built an algorithm that can scan old astronomical images for unnoticed space rocks, helping to detect objects that could one day imperil Earth.
Frustrated Americans ask whether the release of graphic photos of gun violence would lead to better policy. But which photos, and who decides?
Matika Wilbur is attempting to photograph every federally recognized tribe in the U.S.
Images taken in the 1970s and ’80s provide a glimpse into life under autocracy.
In December, a photographer set off on a 2,600-mile road trip, traveling from the Yemeni border to the Strait of Hormuz. Here’s what she saw.
He was the Cecil Beaton of New York City’s demimonde during the AIDS years, making elegant portraits of Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Madonna.
A train enthusiast reflects on the grandeur of the world’s largest operating steam locomotive, recently returned to service.
Some images will always have the power to make us confront horror.
He did not believe that a photographer’s creativity ended with the click of the shutter; in his darkroom, he combined elements of multiple pictures to create something new.
Capturing bioluminescence, a phenomenon in which glowing algae give crashing waves an electric blue glow, requires technical skill and a bit of luck.
She was an artist who was studying anthropology when she became an activist in the civil rights movement and a rare woman to document Black life in photos.
He chronicled the fashion shifts of stylish young Black New Yorkers in the 1980s and ’90s in photographs celebrated at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
The former child actor wanted to leave showbiz. Now, the “Moonshot” and “Riverdale” star is finding he can act and tend his photography career as well.
Each spring and autumn, the skies in southern Denmark come to life with the swirling displays of hundreds of thousands of starlings, an event known locally as “sort sol.”
Lydia Winters, the game’s chief storyteller, now spends her leisure time photographing her 18-piece collection.
The Frenchman was famous for his portraits of supermodels and his close relationship to Princess Diana, and his images are a part of the fashion canon.
The former chief White House photographer made plans to publish a book of Trump photos. The former president had other plans.
The justices will decide whether the artist’s reliance on a photograph of the musician was copyright infringement or protected as a new, transformative work.
Shooting for Time magazine and United Press International, he documented presidents, the Vietnam War and more.
A Times photographer talks about documenting history and pride at the Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
She traveled the world, but she was best known for the photographs she took in Uganda, which brought pathos and humanity to charged subject matter.
Pete Souza, the former White House photographer-turned-Trump troll, now uses his popular Twitter feed almost exclusively to ridicule Representative Ronny Jackson, the former White House doctor-turned-Trump acolyte.
The photographer of the moment on what it takes to be seen.
He sought to depict his community “from the inside out” and to challenge negative images of Puerto Ricans in New York.
The director of photography for “The Power of the Dog” spent a year on preproduction. Now she could make Oscar history as the first woman to win best cinematography.