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A Glimpse at the People and Cars of L.A.’s Lowrider Scene

Lowrider culture, spawned in the 1940s, is thriving across Southern California. But as a photographer who spent five years chronicling it discovered, this time women are making their presence known
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‘I’ve Got Nothing More to Hide’: Polly Borland Puts Her Nude Selfies on Display

Of her new project 'Nudie' the legendary L.A.-based photographer says, 'It was time for me to do what I’d done to others'
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Last March, a Photographer Chartered a Helicopter and Captured an Invisible Crisis

Photographer Stuart Palley has spent his career shooting disasters like fires and earthquakes. COVID-19 was different

The Faces—and Stories—of Skid Row

For five years, street photographer Suzanne Stein has been telling the stories of the vulnerable unhoused people who call downtown L.A.'s encampments home. But is anybody listening?
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How Photographers Have Adjusted to Capturing Their Subjects at a Distance During the Pandemic

Local artists are coming up with creative ways to take socially distanced portraits—and the results are surprisingly intimate
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Fury, Exhaustion, Hope: Black Photographers Turn Their Lenses on the Protests

Four locals share their view of a historic moment in activism
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These Photos Capture an Empty Los Angeles We May Never See Again

From Boyle Heights to the beaches, a visual tour of an L.A. we probably won't see again in our lifetimes

A Photographer Is Resurfacing Her Trove of Photos of L.A.’s ’80s Punk Scene

Linda Aronow's immense archive captures a bygone moment in the city's music scene—and she's only scratched the surface

A Look Inside the Final Days of Hollywood Park Race Track

Before it shuttered in 2013, photographer Michele Asselin turned her lens on the Inglewood landmark

A Photographer Explores Southern California’s Desert Ruins

In the new book ’Abandoned Southern California,’ Ken Lee makes haunting images of crumbling worlds throughout the region