Lalo de Almeida’s ‘Pantanal Ablaze’ published in Newsweek Japan

Lalo de Almeida‘s coverage of the devastating fires that affected Brazil’s Pantanal region in 2020 has been published in Japanese Newsweek magazine. To view the full story, please flick here.

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Panos photographer Tim Smith has collaborated with dancer Hardeep Sahota to create a series of compelling images that give vibrant sculptural form to the fleeting nature of dance. Lights held...


Elena Chernyshova’s new wide-ranging reportage on the life of the Nenet people, nomadic reindeer herders on Russia’s Yamal Peninsula, has been awarded an Honorable Mention at this year’s UNICEF Photo...


Vlad Sokhin‘s wide-ranging reportage across the Pacific region, charting the effects of climate change on communities and ecosystems, has been published by Tortoise Media.


Fernando Moleres’ photo story on a butler academy in Belgium has been published in China Newsweek. To view the full story, click here.


Once the initial confusion of Covid lockdown had passed, I became aware of what I was missing. Pre-Covid-19, I had regularly undertaken photographic road trips. In 2019, I embarked on...


Ko Myo’s expansive coverage of the fight to save Myanmar’s wild elephants has been published in Norway’s Vi Menn magazine. To view the full story, please click here.


Petrut Calinescu‘s pictorial journey around the Black Sea is being exhibited as part of Photo Israel in Tel Aviv from 9 until 21 November 2020. To view the full story,...


Martin Reomers‘ remarkable study of the physical relics of the Cold War across the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe is being exhibited at the Wende Museum in Culver City,...


Fédéric Noy‘s far-reaching, multi-country study of the littoral countries around Lake Victoria has been published in China Philanthropist magazine. To view the full story, please click here.


Julio Etchart long term project ‘Imagining Orwell in Three Continents’ has just been published as a photo book by Just Press. Click here to order your copy of the book....


Ben Roberts‘ new book, AMULETO, which attempts to express two of the most significant events of 2020 – the disruption caused by Covid-19 and the killing of George Floyd in...


Frédéric Noy’s wide-ranging exploration of Lake Victoria and the countries around it has been published in Southern People Weekly magazine in China.


Mads Nissen’s award-winning long-term project on the end of Colombia’s civil war and the slow road to peace and reconstruction is being exhibited as part of the Radar Festival in...


Mads Nissen will be exhibiting his behind-the-scenes work on the Danish government’s response to the Corona Virus outbreak at the Museum of National History from 10 October 2020 until 3...


Kieran Dodds’ humorous look at the culture of hedges that ring private properties in Edinburgh, where he is currently based, has been published in Smithsonian Magazine. To view the full...