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Past articles by David:

Hunters and Their “Trophies” at the Spots Where They Killed Them

In French, the word naturalization is sometimes used to describe taxidermy, a contradiction French photographer Pierre Abensur found amusing. “Naturali ... → Read More

A Photographer’s “Sneaky” Street Shots Capture Four Decades of New York City Life

For nearly five decades, Harvey Stein has been photographing around New York. He sees his work, specifically in the neighborhoods of Coney Island, Harl ... → Read More

Whatever Happened to the “Just Married” Car?

If you’ve attended or planned a wedding recently, there’s one detail you might have missed: the “Just Married” car. Although writing on the car or tyin ... → Read More

Gorgeous, Cinematic Photos From a Bygone Era of New York City

Looking at Robert Herman’s photographs of New York in the 1980s is a little like watching a movie. Taken in an era of New York City that has become mor ... → Read More

What It Was Like to Grow Up Gay in Ireland

On May 23, 2015, Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote. Irish journalist Charlie Bird witnessed t ... → Read More

This Is What Happens When a Neuroscientist Turns to Photography

As a young man, Eran Gilat began his university studies following in the footsteps of his biologist father. Gilat quickly realized although he enjoyed ... → Read More

Seeing New York City in the ’70s and ’80s Through the Eyes of Blondie’s Legendary Guitarist

There is a nostalgic love affair with the photographs of New York in the 1960s and ‘70s, specifically the art, music and nightlife scene that thrived t ... → Read More

From Clothing to Cars: Living Like It’s 1950 With America’s Rockabillies

As a child growing up in Chicago, Jennifer Greenburg loved looking through her grandmother’s collection of vintage jewelry, so much that she began a li ... → Read More

An Intimate Portrait of Elizabeth Taylor as Seen Through Her Home

Catherine Opie never got to meet Elizabeth Taylor. The actress passed away three months into Opie’s six-month portrait project of Taylor’s Bel-Air home ... → Read More

“The Cat Photographer” Totally Earned His Title

For the past 70 years, 95-year-old Walter Chandoha has made a career out of photographing cats for both editorial and commercial purposes. This year,Apertu → Read More

From Coiffes to Coffee, the 10 Best Photo Books of 2015

Most photographers will tell you how difficult it is to produce a book of their photography. Whether they’re looking for a publisher or turning toward crow → Read More

New York’s Iron Triangle Is About to Disappear

Greg Brophy’s interest in New York’s disappearing neighborhoods lead him to explore Willets Point, Queens, also known as the Iron Triangle. Brophy describe → Read More

The Faces and Stories of AIDS Activists

Bill Bytsura went to his first ACT UP meeting in 1989 after his partner Randy died from AIDS related complications. At first, he was overwhelmed by the int → Read More

Incredible Sports Photos From Around the World

When he was a teenager, Bob Martin thought he would pursue a career as a veterinarian. It was a short-lived dream. “I had to come to the harsh reality that → Read More

How One Photographer Uses Self-Portraits to Help Students Express Themselves

For 13 years, Francis Crisafio has been teaching self-portraiture to inner-city elementary school students in Pittsburgh. Crisafio photographs the students → Read More

Each of These Captivating Photos Is Like Its Own Movie About America

Matt Henry loves movies, especially those made by David Lynch, the Coen brothers, or Jim Jarmusch. In fact, his own photos could easily be mistaken for fil → Read More

Powerful Photos From America’s 1960s and ’70s

Ken Light knew he would become a photojournalist on April 28, 1970. While studying at Ohio University, Light traveled to Ohio State University where he pho → Read More

Bringing the Background Into Focus in These Stunning Photos of Birds

When Cheryl Medow first traveled to Africa 20 years ago, she felt privileged to be able to photograph animals in the wild, especially birds. “They are our → Read More

What Life Was Like in the Chelsea Hotel in the 1990s and 2000s

By the time Linda Troeller moved into the Chelsea Hotel in 1994, it was already well-known for its legendary list of former residents. Jack Kerouac, Sam Sh → Read More

Gorgeous Portraits of Aging Members of the Trans Community

Friday is Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day that honors those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. For many people who identify → Read More