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If I could help a bride working in the NHS, I was happy to use this sudden load of free time to design and make them a wedding dress for free (Picture: Berni Palumbo)I had planned for 2020 to be a massive year for my...

Venturing out onto the streets of New York City, photographer Ashley Gilbertson spotted a young woman standing under an alcove in the financial district. He stopped to watch as she poked her head out a few times before emerging with an elderly man on...

By Sonia Ramirez, Chron.com / Houston Chronicle Updated 5:56 pm CDT, Thursday, April 2, 2020 ...

by Matt Shine | 2 April 2020 Hannah and Aaron were granted a special license to marry with less than 24 hours’ notice amidst COVID-19 and the introduction of Jersey’s stay at home laws, spreading some love in this strange time. Hannah and Aaron - credit Britta...

The International Center of Photography in New York City is putting together a “virtual archive” of the coronavirus pandemic, and they want all photographers—professional and otherwise—to contribute their work to this living archive as a way of fostering community. The call to action was officially published...

By Michael Snedic | 2 April 2020 In these unprecedented times, and with so many necessary restrictions placed upon us all, it can be quite challenging to know what to photograph and how to keep inspired. Since we are being told to ‘Stay at Home’ during...