Photo Essays

The 10 Best Photo Essays of the Month

This month’s Photojournalism Links collection highlights 10 excellent photo essays from across the world, including The New York Times staff photographer Damon...

China's Drought

A shortage of rainfall in China's southwest has left millions without water

TIME Picks the Top 10 Photos of 2014

There are more people than ever on Earth, but never have we been this connected with each other. Photography plays a large role, with the still image continuing...

Drone Country: See America From Above

When a drone looks at a thing, that thing has a way of looking like a target. People become silhouettes at a shooting range. Buildings look vulnerable, their...

A Parched Land, A Starving People

Drought has cast its shadow over the Horn of Africa. Three years of scant rainfall in Ethiopia has left the land parched, killing livestock and resulting in the...

Keeping Africa's Deserts at Bay

Fed by drought, Africa's deserts are spreading, bringing with them hunger, disease and conflict. Can new innovations keep the desert from...

Photojournalism Daily: Jan. 14, 2015

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Robin Hammond‘s work on sandmining in Lagos, Nigeria, an urban hub that is Africa’s most populous...

A Thirsty Land

The decade-long dry that blights parts of southern Australia was recorded by some of the country's best documentary photographers. Their work will be on show in...

The Famine the World Forgot

Caught between war and natural disaster, refugees from Afghanistan's endless infighting now find themselves further trapped by a relentless winter and an aid...