Feb 19, 2014 — A photographer asked young folks in Asia to swap garb with their older relatives. The project explores the way that cultural and generational divides can be seen.
Feb 10, 2014 — In the years after World War II, Eliot Elisofon traveled from Capetown to Cairo in a mobile photography studio. The pictures he took for Life magazine helped reshape Americans' understanding of the continent. Susan Stamberg takes a look at an exhibit of Elisofon's photos, currently on display at the Museum of African Art in D.C.
Jan 3, 2014 — What happens when you slice foods apart? A whole new world of geometric wonder can reveal itself. The best part? There's relatively little trickery or fancy gadgets involved — so please, do try this at home, say the creative minds behind this photo series.
Nov 30, 2013 — Famed French chef Eric Ripert specializes in seafood. So for his book On the Line, photographers Shimon and Tammar Rothstein really wanted to highlight the freshness of his ingredients. Their solution? Make the fish look as if they were still alive.
Nov 4, 2013 — A ham and cheese sandwich floats in midair. A Weber grill is sliced in half to expose a burger sizzling inside. The Photography of Modernist Cuisine is both a visual feast and a practical guide to food photography.
Oct 6, 2013 — Photographer Daniel Patrick Lilley explores his childhood fascination with the WWF by making portraits of modern-day wrestlers in England.
Oct 1, 2013 — The magazine's special issue features images spanning the organization's storied career.
Jun 25, 2013 — This pre-1955 Graflex Crown Graphic camera has "NPR NY" etched into the top. Who originally owned it and what does it mean? Help us solve a mystery.
Jun 9, 2013 — Photographer Ajay Malghan takes familiar foods and makes them look foreign. He says it's a statement on genetically modified food. But if you want to just appreciate it as abstract art, that's OK too, he says.
May 30, 2013 — The newspaper will rely on freelancers, wire services and reporters equipped with cameras. Add photographers to a growing list of those in the newspaper industry who are seeing their jobs disappear.