Imagemakers are responding to deep political divides in the U.S. by using the voices of ordinary people to stimulate conversation and increase mutual understanding.
This non-profit aims to supporting emerging journalists in pursuit of stories all over the world about social justice issues with training, fellowships and more.
To support photographers and find new ways to engage audiences, some longstanding grant-making organizations are changing the way they fund photography of social issues.
By offering photographic education, expertise and a welcoming environment, brick-and-mortar camera stores are finding ways to appeal to today’s photographer.
PDN looks at some of the positive steps photographers and photo editors took in the past year to diversify the photo industry.
We look at three projects that raised funds or awareness for certain causes and that made an impact this year.
Artificial Intelligence is shaping the photo industry. Is it for better or worse?
The media outlet and photo agency closings from the past 12 months reflect continuing challenges in the publishing and photography industries.
New digital medium-format cameras are arriving at lower and lower price points, making this once elusive camera market more affordable and accessible.
Thanks to Bluetooth Low Energy, cameras and smartphones can maintain a consistent connection. Could this be a big part of the future in the digital camera market?
As the legality of electronic device search and seizure at the U.S. border remains an unsettled question, journalists are taking steps to protect themselves and their sources from government overreach.