James H. Evans has been photographing Big Bend for twenty years. But never before has it looked so, well, big.
A visual tour of my beautiful, mysterious, surreal corner of East Texas.
For photographer Wyatt McSpadden, the barbecue joints of Texas are soot-stained temples of meat and their pitmasters solemn keepers of an old-time religion.
Thirty years after he took his first photograph for us—of charming kook Stanley Marsh 3—contributing photographer Wyatt McSpadden looks back on his extraordinary career and tells the stories behind some of our favorite images.
The Los Angeles–based photographer spent more than twenty days driving all across the state and tells us what he saw.
Seven Texas photographers do their best to reinvent that time-honored, heartwarming, slightly cheesy tradition: the bluebonnet photo.
Read an excerpt from a new book by Maurice Sherif.
“I always approach it as if I’m going to take the picture and, for whatever reason, that’s it. There won’t be another chance.”
As one of the country’s top photographers, he’s captured on film hundreds if not thousands of people over the past quarter of a century. These ten portraits have never before been seen, but they’re among his favorites. Ours too.
RICHARD SPEEDY wasn’t planning on working last January when he took his fifth trip to Mexico’s Copper Canyon, but he happened to be on the same trek as senior editor Joe Nick Patoski, who needed someone to document his crossing of the vast and brutal expanse (see “Let’s Get…