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See the fading art of making charcoal in the valleys of northern Spain

Photographer Alvaro Barrientos documents the fading art of making charcoal in northern Spain

Voices of African Photography is a 10-part series presented in partnership with Everyday Africa and the African Photojournalism Database to highlight the work of 10 African photographers

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(Yassine Alaoui Ismaili)

Photographer Simone Francescangeli takes us into the mines of Potosi

(Simone Francescangeli)

Photographer Boris Leist goes inside the world of live action role players.

(Boris Leist)

Photographer Lorenzo Tugnoli reflects on his experience in war-ravaged Yemen

For the last five years, photographer Alice Martins has documented Raqqa before and after Islamic State occupation.

An exhibition of 30 years of photojournalism shows why photography is still powerful

Voices of African Photography is a 10-part series presented in partnership with Everyday Africa and the African Photojournalism Database to highlight the work of 10 African photographers

From the series, “Consumption of the Black Model.” (Yagazie Emezi)

Swedish photographer Loulou d'Aki takes us inside Sweden's military

(Loulou d’Aki)

From the Straight Talk Express to his concession speech, a look inside the campaign

(Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

Photographer Miquel Gonzalez documents unmarked mass graves in Spain.

(Miquel Gonzalez)

Ken Light discusses how his photographs of the U.S.-Mexico border in the '80s resonate with contemporary issues.

San Ysidro, CA, 8/29/87 (Ken Light/Contact Press Images)

Photographer Michael Abramson on Chicago's nightlife.

(Michael Abramson)

Reuters photographer David Gray documents a drought in Australia.

(David Gray/Reuters)

Some believe that arming teachers with handguns is a potentially effective — and highly controversial — solution.

(Spike Johnson)

Photographer Charlie Cordero explores 'Generation Z' in Colombia.

(Charlie Cordero)

An artist uses photography to sort through a bout of depression.

(Tara Wray)

Associated Press photographer Ben Curtis documents the effort to curb elephant deaths in Tanzania.

(Ben Curtis/AP)

A new exhibition in London explores the work of Omar Victor Diop.

(Courtesy Omar Victor Diop/MAGNIN-A, Paris)

Photographer Camilo Leon-Quijano spent time documenting a women's rugby team in France.

(Camilo Leon-Quijano)

Photographer Nico Therin points his lens at the wrestlers of Senegal.

(Nico Therin)
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