GILES DULEY BY ANGELINA JOLIE

Angelina Jolie interviews photographer Giles Duley about his striking photography which focuses on refugees.

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STEVE MCCURRY

Photographer Steve McCurry invites viewers to experience the intense gaze of someone they’ve never met.

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FENTON BAILEY

David Bailey’s son Fenton shares his perspective on the genre of nude photography with a series of his own work.

Don McCullin

HUMANITY Guest Editor David Bailey shares his & McCullin’s similar photographic work, and tells the story of their friendship.

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PAUL NICKLEN

“I don’t lecture people on climate change. I’ve got too much work to do, to show people what’s at stake.”

ALBERT WATSON

When Albert Watson shot that iconic photograph of Steve Jobs, he couldn’t ask him to just stand there.

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CATHERINE BAILEY

Humanity N11 Guest Editor David Bailey dedicates the issue to his wife, his ultimate muse, and shares his most treasured photos of her taken throughout their lifetime together.

Álvarez Bravo

David Bailey gives his thoughts on the value of some visuals not being able to be neatly explained with a photo by Alvarez Bravo that has long haunted and inspired him.

FENTON BAILEY

David Bailey’s son Fenton shares his perspective on the genre of nude photography with a series of his own work.

Don McCullin

HUMANITY Guest Editor David Bailey shares his & McCullin’s similar photographic work, and tells the story of their friendship.

Estevan Oriol

When Estevan Oriol turned the lens on his native city of Los Angeles, his portraits of street life captured a culture in a way few others could.

Steve McCurry - Humanity Magazine
STEVE MCCURRY

Photographer Steve McCurry invites viewers to experience the intense gaze of someone they’ve never met.

Paul Nicklen - Humanity Magazine
PAUL NICKLEN

“I don’t lecture people on climate change. I’ve got too much work to do, to show people what’s at stake.”

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DAVID BAILEY

David Bailey was a working-class tailor’s son when, in 1960, the art director of British Vogue gave him a contract.

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LOS ANGELES

From the Men’s Journal: Los Angeles by photographer Stefan Kocev.