FauxliageDisguised Cell Phone Towers of the American West

Annette LeMay Burke

The Light at the End of History: Reacting to Nuclear Impact

Abbey Hepner

Work Will Set You Free

Ted Lau

Billable Hours: In 6-Minute Increments

Robin Dahlberg

Permanent Drift: Walking In Olde Kensington, Philadelphia (2012–2016)

John Waller

News from Daylight

2021 Daylight Photo Awards launched

2021 Daylight Photo Awards Jury:  Kai Caemmerer (SFO Museum)  Alexa Keefe (National Geographic Magazine)  Joanna Milter (The New Yorker)  Mark Murrmann (Mother Jones Magazine)  Amanda Webster (The New York Times) One...

Kicking Sawdust reviewed in Musee Magazine

Clayton Anderson's book Kicking Sawdust: Running Away with the Circus and Carnival was just reviewed in Musee Magazine. Take a look here: https://museemagazine.com/culture/2020/12/3/book-review-kicking-sawdust

Daylight Dialogues focuses on education

The next in our series of Daylight Dialogues edited by Amy Silverman was just released this week! Special thanks to everyone who participated in this interesting conversation about photo education...

New Multimedia: Trey Broomfield: Ascendancy of Perception

Trey Broomfield's work, Ascendancy of Perception, explores depictions of race within the mass media. Through black and white photographs and accompanying narration, Broomfield highlights the dangers of “blind consumption” which can...

Carole Glauber: Personal History released

For thirty years photo-historian Carole Glauber photographed her sons with a 1950s Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera. The resulting catalogue of images is as rich in color and warmth as it is dreamily faded from...

New multimedia: Danny Peralta

In our latest multimedia feature artist Danny Peralta wrestles with high levels of pollution in particular neighborhoods in New York City. Check it out here: https://daylightbooks.org/blogs/multimedia/danny-peralta-of-a-particulate-matter

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