“His images were haunting — amid the rubble, he found beauty; amid war, he found humanity.”
The city of Detroit all but rolled out the red carpet for a British wildlife photographer to take a large tiger, two wolves and a bobcat to the hazardous ruins of the Packard Plant.
Packard Plant employees insist they did not know a world-renowned wildlife photographer was bringing animals with him for a photo shoot at the abandoned factory on Detroit’s east side Monday morning.
The ACLU of Michigan has launched a cell phone app that allows you to document and preserve evidence of police misconduct, even if cops try to delete it.
Diane Weiss, a Detroit Free Press photographer, has spent years documenting her Brush Park neighborhood in Detroit.
An Australian photographer got a quick, bitter dose of Detroit and its police force.
The images are poignant and engaging, offering an unadulterated glimpse into neglected, forgotten neighborhoods of Detroit.
The Heidelberg Project, a popular tourist spot, is going after photographers for selling images depicting the public art installation on Detroit’s east side.
In a city like Detroit, where unemployment is rampant, fast food is anything but a temporary job.
Take a photo tour of one of Detroit’s most under-served communities.