A national documentary project that explores community life and civic action. 22 acclaimed photographers and interviewers documented 12 communities where people are addressing crucial issues and creating positive change.
Online documentaries developed in partnership with established artists and documentarians, such as Susan Meiselas and Gilles Peress.
Learn basic camera techniques and the historic background of seven photographers' work including Berenice Abbott and Gilles Peress.
A non-profit for-fun joint venture by Rick Dietz and Susan Brackney. A documentary project where disposable cameras are labeled and released into the wild with instructions for unwary PhotoTaggers to take one picture and pass the camera on.
The documentary work of a group of young photographers from Years 9 and 10 at Cambridge School, Hammersmith, London, England, UK illustrating their views on architecture in Hammersmith.
Features the Curtis Park Photo-Story Project. A guide for community photography projects. By Tory Read. [Requires Flash]
UNESCO supported project by Yann Arthus-Betrand to provide a survey of the state of the Earth. Aerial photographs with accompanying documentary information, from all around the world. Interactive site presented by Fujifilm. [Flash player required.]
Devoted to the appreciation of documentary photography and the enlightenment of those who have committed themselves to it.
A project to compile images of humanity, 50 years after Edward Steichen's in 1955. News, invitation to submit pictures, exhibition and links. Also in French and German.
A photographic resource that supports tribal survival, the defense of human rights and cultural autonomy of indigenous people.