Pictures of happiness, of a disappearing Sierra Leonean island, of a pair of flip-flop-clad feet poking out of the Indian Ocean surf: Here are our photo stories from 2023 that we won't forget.
NPR photographers share their insights behind their favorite Tiny Desk concert photos of 2023.
Since 2017 nearly a million Rohingya people have languished in camps in Bangladesh. Four young Rohingya are being honored by the U.N. refugee agency for documenting their life in vivid photos.
What started as a childhood fascination has developed into a photographic project where I explore identity and Blackness through the characters I portray.
It is the 7th anniversary of the death of NPR photographer David GIlkey, who was killed by a grenade attack while on assignment in Afghanistan. His colleagues talk about his life and work.
Documentary photographer Maansi Srivastava shares a story of growing up in the United States and reclaiming her roots in her project Roots Hanging from the Banyan Tree.
NPR photographer Claire Harbage shares her experiences of documenting life in Ukraine for the past year, amid the ongoing Russian invasion.
In his recently published photobook, "No Justice, No Peace," Devin Allen confronts readers with the reality of how little has changed since the civil rights movement.
Compelling photos capture the lives of occupiers who say gentrification and a lack of affordable housing in Cape Town have left them no choice but to reclaim space in a city that's squeezing them out.