1. In Meltdown, photojournalist Sean Gallagher takes readers to China on a tour through megalopolises and ancient cities wiped off the map by desertification. 

    In Meltdown, photojournalist Sean Gallagher takes readers to China on a tour through megalopolises and ancient cities wiped off the map by desertification. 

  2. Old New York Crime Scene Photos Superimposed on Modern Locations (Warning: Graphic) via Fstoppers

    Old New York Crime Scene Photos Superimposed on Modern Locations (Warning: Graphic) via Fstoppers

  3. In Search of Home looks at an under-reported global crisis: statelessness. 
Journalist Stephanie Hanes and photographer Greg Constantine take you on a journey to visit the stateless people of Kenya, Burma, and the Dominican Republic. 
Read the interactive book here, or download the Creatavist app. 

    In Search of Home looks at an under-reported global crisis: statelessness. 

    Journalist Stephanie Hanes and photographer Greg Constantine take you on a journey to visit the stateless people of Kenya, Burma, and the Dominican Republic. 

    Read the interactive book here, or download the Creatavist app

  4. “My first thought was, I never thought blood was really so red.” Sarah Menkedick witnesses an ancient killing ritual in this week’s featured Creatavist story. 

    “My first thought was, I never thought blood was really so red.” Sarah Menkedick witnesses an ancient killing ritual in this week’s featured Creatavist story. 

  5. velamag:

    Objects of the Journey, on the prized possessions Central American migrants take with them to the U.S., by photographer Nikhol Esterás. 

  6. In Haiti, Vlad Sokhin photographs those who are invisible in their own society. 

    In Haiti, Vlad Sokhin photographs those who are invisible in their own society. 

  7. instagram:

    Photojournalists from around the globe have begun using Instagram as an important part of their storytelling, using the intimacy and immediacy of mobile photography to open up new avenues of engagement with their audiences.

    From Hurricane Sandy’s destruction to baseball’s opening season, photojournalists are capturing and sharing the world’s stories with people in real time through Instagram.

    To tune into the news as it unfolds, be sure to follow these photojournalists:

    • Michael Christopher Brown, documents life in Congolese refugee camps — @michaelchristopherbrown
    • Ben Lowy, a conflict and feature photographer based in New York City — @benlowy
    • Phil Moore, a British photojournalist based in East Africa — @philmoorephoto
    • Kevin Frayer, the chief photographer for the Associated Press in South Asia — @kevinfrayer
    • Ivan Kashinsky, a freelance photographer based in Quito, Ecuador — @ivankphoto
    • Michael Yamashita, a documentary photographer for National Geographic specializing in Asia — @yamashitaphoto

  8. A hybrid Instagram-Polaroid camera that uploads AND prints your pictures. 
Such a fellow atavist! 

    A hybrid Instagram-Polaroid camera that uploads AND prints your pictures. 

    Such a fellow atavist! 

  9. Photojournalist Samuel James trains his lens on oil and inequality in Texas and Nigeria. 

    Photojournalist Samuel James trains his lens on oil and inequality in Texas and Nigeria