'I needed this picture more than... anyone could ever know. This is my family'
Bill Bernstein talks to Holly Williams about capturing the days of disco through his lens
Technological advancements regularly prioritise convenience over quality, at least at first – but photography is moving quickly along that journey
Anthony Whitaker was among those who rushed into danger on the morning of September 11, 2001
The shot of a cold, calm sea sweeping up to cliffs was taken by Andy Farrer to win the overall title and £10,000
The anonymous husband's letter has been shared across the world around 180,000 times
Squatting has withered since its 1970s heyday. As a historic show of photos opens in London, Charlie Gilmour wonders if the movement is ripe for reinvention in the new era of eviction, bedroom tax and homelessness
With her husband Bernd, the renowned photographer found the unlikely beauty in these buildings
Norbert Baksa has been receiving online abuse over the images, which he said were intended to draw attention to the 'complexity' of the refugee crisis
Production of forced rhubarb in West Yorkshire stretches back more than a century and since 2010 has enjoyed designated status under the European Commission’s Protected Food Name scheme
A Lithuanian laid down for every compatriot that committed suicide in the last year
Twenty-three year old Mariah Idrissi is the first Muslim woman in a hijab to be featured by world's second largest fashion store
Samuel Hardy said men carrying the group's banner were walking behind the future Labour leader by coincidence at a pro-Palestinian protest in 2012
Today we don't want crystal-clear footage and sharp colours
The image is one of four photographs shortlisted from almost 5,000 submissions
'It was a very intense, tense, unique, and exciting experience'