VII is excited to announce a partnership with TurnGram which will deliver a selection of 4×6 prints to your door each month! This monthly subscription service is available in two packages — 1 photo / $24.99 and 7 photos for $149.99 per month.
Check out January’s selection below and subscribe here!
National Geographic’s 100 best images of the year include work from Zackary Canepari, Ruddy Roye, John Stanmeyer and Maggie Steber. The final images were curated from 107 photographers, 119 stories, and more than two million photographs.
While the photographer Jocelyn Bain Hogg was cleaning out his mother’s house after her death in 2014, he found a shoebox of old negatives from his time at Lancing College, an upper-class boarding school in West Sussex, England. Brushing aside decades of grime and dust, he found hundreds of frames taken between 1976 and 1981 that revealed forgotten friendships, crushes, and fights from his teenage years.
Click here to see what life was really like at one elite school — roughhousing, crushes, and spliffs included — in this feature story on TOPIC.
Bullet holes in classroom windows. Unexploded shells in the playground. This is the shocking reality of going to school in eastern Ukraine. Today, Christopher Morris is taking over UNICEF’s Instagram feed, sharing some of his photos and experiences with children caught in conflict in eastern Ukraine.