OneShot

Turkmenistan

Watch: OneShot — Reza's Breath Of Freedom

It is one of the most iconic images taken by Iranian-French photojournalist Reza. For nearly four decades, Reza has spanned the globe covering conflict and communities, stories of faith and ...

United States

Watch: OneShot — A Night At The "Elmo" With Garry Winogrand

In the 1950s, El Morocco was the It-spot for New York's who's-who — and the perfect place for a young Garry Winogrand to hone his skills as a street photographer. In the heat of the "Elmo" ...

United States

Watch: OneShot — Solar Impulse, A Bridge To The Future

Solar Impulse Above San Francisco Bay — © Solar Impulse / Jean Renvillard / Rezo.ch | OneShot Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg set out and accomplished something that still seems ...

United States

Watch — OneShot: The Story Of Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mother

It may be the most iconic photograph of the Great Depression. Dorothea Lange's 1936 image has come to be known as Migrant Mother, though the Library of Congress references its full title as ...

France

Watch: OneShot — 100 Years Ago, Marking End Of World War I

November 11, 2018 marks 100 years since the end of World War I. The signing of the Armistice brought to an end the war that Ernest Hemingway called "the most colossal, murderous, mismanaged ...

India

Watch: OneShot — Exploring The Indian Night With Arko Datto

In his series Will My Mannequin be Home When I Return, Indian photographer Arko Datto explores “what it means to be in direct confrontation with the night.” ​ Untitled — © Arko Datto / ...

Ecuador

UNESCO/OneShot Remember Slain Photojournalist Paúl Rivas

Paúl Rivas was a 45 year-old Ecuadorian photographer. He was kidnapped last April and later killed because of his investigations on drug-related border violence for Ecuadorian daily El Comercio. ...

Brazil

Watch: OneShot — Fisherman Eye In Rio

With her Alibi series, Brazilian artist Alice Quaresma is pushing the boundaries of photography. Incorporating collage-like geometrical shapes into her images, she disrupts the traditional ...

Syria

Watch: OneShot — A Broken Daughter In Syria

After returning home from his job as a Syrian construction worker, Fadia's father collapsed onto his bed, dusting the sheets with the debris that fell from his work clothes. Soon after, the ...

Australia

Watch: A Toast To Australia's Favorite Tap-Dancing Mutant

Asked in a mock interview by fellow actor Ryan Reynolds: "Do you ever age?" Hugh Jackman replied, "Not since 2008." The Sydney-born actor seems to share something with Wolverine, the ...

Germany

Watch: OneShot — Grandparents And A Soviet Memorial

Etienne Mallard has spent a lifetime venturing far and wide. A retired high-school philosophy teacher, he has always considered himself nothing more or less than an amateur photographer — with ...

France

Watch: OneShot, Adieu Aznavour — Farewell To French Crooner

Arguably the best-known French singer of his generation and a national icon in Armenia, Charles Aznavour died Monday at age 94 at his home in Mouriès, in southern of France. Born Shahnour Vaghinag ...

Peru

Watch: OneShot — Chronic Kidney Disease And A Grieving Mother

This last instalment of our three-part OneShot series, tells the story of Santos Felipa, who lost her son last year to Chronic Kidney Disease of undetermined causes (CKDu). Photojournalist and ...

Russia

Watch: OneShot — Woman In A Bar

For decades, Stanley Greene risked his life to photograph wars and their atrocities. He also loved capturing women's surrounding mystery, beauty and strength. Like this stranger, sitting in a bar ...

United States

OneShot: Patty Hearst, The Mysterious Tale Of An Heiress

The story remains a mystery to this day. On February 4, 1974, the 19-year-old daughter of millionaire newspaper publisher Randolph Hearst was kidnapped from her home in Berkeley, California. ...

United States

OneShot: Florence, A Silent View From Space

Look into her eye... The East Coast of the United States was bracing for Hurricane Florence to make landfall Friday, with hundreds of thousands evacuating to avoid potential for deadly wind, rain ...

France

Watch: Willy Ronis And Photography's Most Celebrated Nude

PARIS — From fashion photography to documenting post-war Paris and Provence, French photographer Willy Ronis showed a virtuosity and versatility through his long career. Arguably the most iconic ...

Italy

Watch: OneShot, A Ghost Town After Expulsion Of Immigrants

As nationalism and anti-immigration campaigns shake and split Europe, photojournalist Tommaso Bonaventura went last winter to a small village in southern Italy where immigrants had given new life ...

Peru

Watch: OneShot, Giving Voice To Kidney Disease Victims In Peru

Photojournalist and National Geographic storyteller Ed Kashi has traveled to rural Peru to document the effects of Chronic Kidney Disease of undetermined causes (CKDu), which risks turning into a ...

Myanmar

Watch: OneShot, Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing Began One Year Ago

Saturday marks exactly one year since the Myanmar military began to force the Rohingya out of the Rakhine state in what a top United Nations official later called “a textbook example of ethnic ...

United States

Watch: OneShot - Farewell To Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin, the undisputed Queen of Soul, died on Thursday at the age of 76. All kinds of Respect in this time of mourning for the music world. Here she was performing in Rome back in 1968, ...

Italy

Watch: OneShot - The Queen Of Pop Turns 60

She is in the Guinness World Records as the best-selling recording artist of all time. Sometimes referred to as the Queen of Pop, and cited as an inspiration for generations of performing artists, ...