The drought that helped cripple agriculture in the Great Depression was the worst in the climatological history of the country. By 1934 it had dessicated the Great Plains, from North Dakota to Texas, from the Mississippi River Valley to the Rockies.
Mark Abramson: An Immigrants Dream for a Better Life (The New York Times Lens) Extraordinary, indepth photo essay that follows the life of a young Mexican immigrant woman and her family in California.
Bryan Denton: 100 Years Later, a Genocide Haunts the Armenian Psyche (The New York Times) These compelling pictures capture sites related to the Armenian genocide that took place one hundred years ago. Photo essay: photographer Nelson Garrido has travelled across Kuwait to document over 150 buildings, revealing the impact of 40 years of social transformation on the Arab state's built environment ( slideshow).
Photo essays, photojournalism series and documentary photography from Colombia, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, El Salvador, Haiti and other places in Latin America. There is no way to make an accurate top 10 list of photographers in these fields. There are so many amazing photographers out there documenting everything under the skies and above.
This top 10 list is composed of photographers young and old, famous and at the bottom on their way up. A Photo Essay on the Great Depression by Dorothea Lange This is a sneak peek into some of the powerful pictures Famous photo essay photographers websites by Dorothea Lange on the eve of the great depression during the 1930s. Every picture here symbolizes the pain and agony people went through and Dorothea has registered a version of her in the books of history.
11 Of The Most Interesting Photo Essays. as Swiss photographer Christian Lutz does in his new photo book Insert Coins, youll see the cracks and faults of a city with a reputation for sin. A remarkable photographer should be above all an artist.
unfortunately some of the most famous photographers are only mid to good studio photographer who got fame by shooting celebrities. miss Sebastiao Salgado on the list. to me one of the top 5 for sure. technically and for his meaningful work. Chase Jarvis Chase Jarvis is famous amongst photographers for his blog, but his website is a masterpiece of web design.
The viewer is greeted by a large, dramatic, slideshow on the front page, and an easy to navigate menu.