Question: What do you get if you hand out 100 disposable cameras to homeless people and say: "Go and take some photographs." Answer: Some inspiring images and stories to go with them. Cafe Art, based in London, came up with the idea as a way to empower people affected by homelessness, and it's such an excellent idea. As this video shows, simply placing one of

If you haven't seen the shots that Norman Jean Roy took of Serena Williams for the latest edition of New York Mag, it's probably best that you do. From a purely aesthetic perspective, they're quite breathtaking, but what they also do is demonstrate the raw power that the greatest female tennis player of the past decade has. She's been captured absolutely perfectly. This

Today marks 70 years since Hiroshima suffered the most devastating attack in human history. Tens of thousands of people killed in seconds, incinerated by the world's first atomic bomb. Then-US President Harold Truman believed this represented "the greatest achievement of organised science in history". The achievement, he claimed, was ending of World War II. President Truman termed the merciless bombing of Japan "repayment"

If Afghanistan wasn't a war zone, I'd have it high on my list of places to visit. From a geographical point of view, it looks absolutely stunning. The trouble is, you very rarely see that side of it. Most of the attention on the country has been as a result of war, death, terror and other unsavoury things. Landscape photographer Simon Norfolk thought

This week, a collection of never-before-seen images of the United States Presidential Emergency room emerged, all shot on that most fateful of dates: 11 September 2001. The photographs, which are not credited to a single photographer, were released in response to a Freedom Of Information Act request received by the National Archives, and chiefly feature then US Vice President Dick Cheney reacting to