Top 5: Sources for Stunning Photojournalism on the Web

To start off this weeks Top 5 I want to draw attention to The NatGeoFound Tumblr. This excellent blog focuses on photos from NatGeo’s lengthy history. You never know what little piece of memorabilia you’ll discover, though images don’t change all that frequently.

At #2, you must check out The Atlantic Magazine Online’s excellent InFocus section with the Photos of the Week section. This feature continues to amaze me each week with the level of professionalism and variety in the photos. Here are a few examples from this past week.

#3, Foto8, tracks current and ongoing conflicts in images. These are some of the most powerful images I’ve seen and these photographers are able to truly convey suffering and hope for the world to witness.

Of course, #4 happens to be a site I am sure you all know and love by now.  Brandon over at Humans of New York is doing such a beautiful job capturing every day life in the Big Apple. Every time I’m in NY I hope to run into him, but I never know what story i’d tell if I did!

Last, at #5, Photo District News OnlineThis site is one of my newer finds, but it’s certainly worth checking out. It represents some of the most unusual stories I have seen to date and of course stunning imagery.