By Cathy Newman Cary Wolinsky, whose quicksilver mind and creativity illuminated more than 32 features and 46 shorter pieces for National Geographic, died on June 16 at South Shore Hospital
We’re excited to invite you to the next installment of our TPS Presents lecture series, featuring Frans Lanting & Chris Eckstrom and sponsored by Epson. The talk will take place
Nichole Sobecki Register now for “The Photo Society Presents: Nichole Sobecki” on September 6, 2022 at 12:00PM Eastern, sponsored by Sony. REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/tpsnichole Through documentary photography, Nichole Sobecki brings
A few of the stories from Free Solo Oscar award: A couple of decades ago, professional climber Jimmy Chin probably didn’t think he’d be standing on a stage accepting the
In the Citizen’s Almanac, given to all new Americans, it is said that the only position higher than the President is the People.
What a great day to remember that.
#WeThePeople are #GreaterThanFear, we will #DefendDignity, and we will #ProtectEachOther. Back page of the @washingtonpost. Pick up a copy and carry it into the streets!!! @obeygiant and @amplifierfoundation
The following text is from George Steinmetz’s award presentation:
There is no greater honor than to be recognized by ones peers, especially in a crowd like this. The award is for the photographer who has most inspired us by expanding the possibilities of our medium. This definition is purposely vague, as what inspires is always the unexpected.
By Cathy Newman Bill Garrett, the former editor in chief of National Geographic, who died on August 13 at the age of 85, operated from gut instinct. Garrett, who raised the