From a series of portraits of dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York City. Photographed in February 2017 for The Times Magazine.
From a humanitarian commission for Moran Eye Center global outreach to help eliminate cataract blindness in developing countries.
Part of the rebranding campaign for Abercrombie with a focus on diversity and inclusivity.
Actor Milo Ventimiglia, star of the NBC show This Is Us, photographed for Variety.
Vincent Simonetti, co-founder of the V & E Simonetti Historical Tuba Museum in Durham, North Carolina, plays one of the 300 rare tubas on display.
“Monkey Moves,” photographed in a Florida animal sanctuary.
A bearded dragon lizard stands tall.
Through the “Dog Show” project, Khokhlov emphasizes the emotions of our canine companions. He says: “Dogs are not only pets; they are friends, who give us a lot of joy.”
Wild horses in the West, part of a personal project on “The Disappearing West.”
In this portrait series of domestic animals at risk of extinction, Colombo warns of the disastrous effects of selective breeding within the agricultural industry.
A photograph of Dawson’s daughter Summer in cold weather. “She always has the ability to go into a dreamlike state while I faff around,” Dawson says.
Personal work shot at Humboldt Park Beach in Chicago.
A series about children at play in Kathmandu, who make do with broken or thrown-away toys, and carry on being kids regardless.
“Telma is a fun-loving girl with a fantastic and playful personality,” Handley says. “In this picture she is demonstrating how big her eyes look when she moves her glasses toward me.”
“Caesura,” a pause in a metrical line, refers in this series to the transitory state of refugees and migrants entering Greece on their way to Europe. Koilalous’s subjects, he says, stand “suspended between two discontinuous moments in an uncertain and reclusive space.”
Actor Tony Hale, photographed in Santa Monica, California, for The Wrap.
“Chrissy Metz has shattered so many stereotypes with respects to the ‘ideal’ female body type,” Howell says of the actor. “Our goal was to capture her beauty in a glam setting, with attitude and the support of other women.”
Basketball player Paul George shot for Nike.
“Simply Meryl” aims to illustrate actor Meryl Streep’s inner beauty. “She is incredibly nice and down to earth,” Joseph says. “I think this photograph shows her warm glow and radiant talent that we enjoy on screen.”
UFC champion Conor McGregor and undefeated professional boxer Floyd Mayweather face each other at the press conference held at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, ahead of their 2017 boxing match.
The stars of HBO’s Silicon Valley, who play outcasts in the technology industry, pose as the tough rebels from the novel and film The Outsiders.
From Luo’s ongoing series “Death and Reincarnation in Tibet,” this image depicts 13-year-old Chodron, who is considered to be an oracle and a reincarnated deity by the residents of her small village on the edge of Ngari Prefecture in Tibet, an area largely devoid of human presence as a result of its high altitude and climatic extremes.
From the series “Kings & Queens in their Castles,” an ambitious and diverse photo series of the LGBTQ experience in the United States that spans 15 years and 350 subjects, including 100 celebrities and public figures.
Personal work featuring models Eromomen Esoimeme and Torian John.
From a series about dekotora—decorated truck—culture in Japan. Each truck is highly personalized, and owners often spend exorbitant amounts embellishing their trucks exactly to their liking.
Observational imagery taken while in transit at Lancaster Service Station in England.
A self-portrait of Travis covered in sprinkles, part of a larger project where he tasks himself with covering objects and subjects in the colorful confectionery, born from a happy accident while styling a donut. “Often it’s just about being playful and creating a striking image,” he says.
Petrovski says: “I’ve found the best way to get by is to observe internal dispute, learn what I can, embrace change and keep moving.” In that vein, he created this image with a single long exposure, triggering a flash multiple times as he moved around the frame.
“About Yourself. Hybrids” is a self-portrait series that combines two themes into each single image: Past and present, fears and expectations and childhood with adulthood, the photographer with others and the photographer with herself, among others.
“Muse” is a fine-art self portrait. LeJeune is interested in creating imagery imbued with a dreamlike quality.
Ford’s series of self-portraits taken with her children over the course of a year.
A project about the Miao people, a minority nationality in China with rich traditional culture. “All the photos in this project were captured under the circumstances of native individuals with their own costume and homes… so that the Miao’s real life in the real environment can be recorded,” Ye says.
A portrait of Camille, who Davidoff says is both a muse and an artist.
Captured at Place de la Republique in Paris, France, on February 18, 2017, this photograph depicts a protestor bleeding following a clash with the police during a demonstration against police brutality.
A series of images about Jacaré Moda, a fashion collective based out of Jacarezinho, Rio de Janeiro. According to Levy, the subjects want to show the world that the favela is not just a place for poverty, but for influence, art and culture.
An outtake from a portrait session with Marvin, a French basketball player.
A tender moment between two giraffe siblings.
A photograph of a rescued hog at the Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary in Kavenna, Ohio.
According to Leimberg, this primate portrait is proof that humans share so much with those whom we think we share so little.
An oxpecker feeds off the hide of a buffalo. The two species have a symbiotic relationship; the buffalo lures bugs to its hide, and the oxpeckers eat them.
Captured shortly after this young girl woke up, this unstaged portrait shows her looking up as she drinks tea, lit only by natural window light.
A monochrome still of Robinson’s daughter, Alethia. The portrait, he says, shows her as she discovers her creative energies against the beauty of Alaska.
Captured in Coney Island, New York, as part of a personal project, this portrait of a young girl, Wik says, is “toddler perfection—she’s covered in sand, slurping on a giant Icee in little, sparkly heels.”
A portrait that is meant to evoke the feeling of vulnerability and fragility that is felt so often during childhood.
A monochrome portrait of Cuban baseball star Carlos Tabares of the Industriales, captured as Tabares is in a moment of contemplation.
An editorial portrait taken for an Omaze campaign with actor Daniel Craig.
A portrait of photographer Tony Vaccaro, captured as he shares stories of his first camera, the Argus C3.
A portrait of the late comedian and actor Robin Williams, captured as part of Seminara’s personal project about the art of comedy.
A photo taken during Pope Francis’s visit to Infernetto, Italy, a suburb of Rome. According to Colelli, this photo is part of a project that aims to capture the personality of the Pope through the eyes of the faithful.
A portrait of a Somali girl captured as she looses attention during a Swahili language class at a school in Dadaab, a city on the border between Kenya and Somalia.
Portraits made over the course of eight days with the goal of capturing ordinary, hard-working Cubans before the impending invasion of capitalism.
Kessel is spotted by his subject while taking a candid portrait on a city street.
From an environmental portrait series made in Congo’s Virunga National Park that shows the rangers in the land they defend with its most famous inhabitants, the critically endangered mountain gorillas.
From a series that captures the photographer’s sense of isolation after moving to New York City, one of many places she has lived because of a childhood spent relocating due to her father’s profession. “I want to capture a sense of uncertainty and solitude that comes with being a foreigner, ” she says of the series.
A musically inspired shot that depicts Peterson’s feelings toward traveling for work and being away from loved ones. “[I’m] chasing a dream on one end and balancing family life on the other, ” he says.
This image is from a series called “The Running of the Tap. ” Made as a form of therapy for Hardy after she struggled with an eating disorder, she says: “The work has helped me see my true self by recreating memories and making images that capture the present. This image is a representation of my close relationship with the gym. ”
A nighttime photograph taken right before the photographer left her hometown of Seattle.