Using his iPhone, award-winning photojournalist Gary Knight documented life in the lawless Golden Triangle region of Southeast Asia for our latest story, Murder on the Mekong, by Jeff Howe.
A federal judge has struck down parts of a new Texas abortion law.
This is the story of Mississippi’s last abortion clinic.
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.
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
The Cinematic Age: The Evolution and Future of Moviegoing Around the World, Once Magazine: Issue 9
Story by Stephan Zaubitzer, and Spencer Strub
Obituaries for the movie theater have been written since even before its birth. In 1894, the inventor Thomas Edison gloomily anticipated the commercial failure of his Kinetoscope, his peep-show movie-player. Each machine catered to only one viewer. The impractical device duly went bust, proving Edison right.
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Auto de Fe launches first on iPad, web second, print third.