Photo: Where Cars Go After A Flood

In the days, weeks and months following Superstorm Sandy, we editors got used to seeing lots of similar types of images of devastation, destruction and […]

How To Draw Out Your Worst Fears

A few years ago, Julie Elman, an assistant professor at Ohio University, was stuck in a creative rut. As a design educator and illustrator, most […]

Now And Then: Rephotographing Iraq

A lot of photographers are revisiting 2003 this week — the year the U.S. first invaded Iraq — and sharing photos from the years of […]

The Photographer Who Made Architects Famous

Ezra Stoller probably wouldn’t care about this question, but let’s indulge it anyways: What makes a “beautiful” photograph? To a degree, a lot depends on […]

Midnight In The Garden Of Long Exposures

Feeble human eyes require a certain level of light to see color. Cameras, though, have the magical ability to expose the world at night. Husband-and-wife […]

A Brief History Of Women In Combat

Traditions break down fast during times of war, and history is full of examples where women assumed dramatic new roles that never would have been […]