• A five year examination of the Philadelphia Inquirer newsroom reveals the challenges and harsh realities facing the newspaper industry

    Support this ambitious, in-depth look behind the scenes of The Philadelphia Inquirer, which, like many newspapers, faces very tough times.

  • An epic journey along the Danube River by nine female documentary photographers retracing the footsteps of an industry pioneer.

    Follow an epic journey along the Danube River by nine female documentary photographers retracing the footsteps of Inge Morath.

  • A photobook of Robin Schwartz's ongoing series with her daughter Amelia.

    Robin Schwartz has been working for eleven years on an ongoing collaborative photo series, dedicated to documenting her and her daughter’s adventures with both exotic and domestic animals.

  • Isla represents the final book of my Cuban trilogy. It's a love affair and final goodbye to this special island that changed my life.

    Help fund this beautiful photographic love affair with Cuba. Ernesto Bazan's project is 14 years in the making.

  • Join us in creating one year of exhibitions, film screenings and more at the Bronx Documentary Center.

    Help create one year of exhibitions, film screenings and more at the The Bronx Documentary Center, a community-oriented gallery for documentary film, photography and photojournalism.

  • A film revisiting Erin “Tiny” Blackwell, 30 years after the making of the Academy Award nominated documentary Streetwise.

    Mary Ellen Mark and husband Martin Bell hope to revisit the subject of their Academy Award nominated documentary some 30 years later.

  • The sixth volume of our annual book, featuring the photography of 2012 grant winner Andrew Lichtenstein and the four 2012 finalists.

    Help fund the sixth volume of the Aftermath Project's 'War is Only Half the Story,' chronicling the important stories of the aftermath of war and conflict by the project's 2012 grant winners.

  • The Last Animals: A documentary film by Kate Brooks about Africa's poaching epidemic.

    Kate Brooks' project documents the poaching of elephants and rhinos, a problem that has skyrocketed in recent years.

  • A limited edition photo book documenting the changing character of a working-class seaside community.

    Preston Gannaway is looking to produce a limited edition photo book documenting the changing character of a working-class seaside community.

  • I need your support to return to Toishan, China, to document my family's story and the larger narrative of Chinese immigration.

    Alan Chin looks to publish a book of photographs that documents his family's story and the larger narrative of Chinese immigration.

  • A book of photographs and writing that speaks of impoverishment, memory, and the preciousness of life.

    A book of photographs and writing by Eugene Richards that speaks of impoverishment, memory, and the preciousness of life.

  • Dan Budnik's historic photographs covering the seminal marches of the Civil Rights movement, 1958-1965, brought to life in a new book.

    Dan Budnik's historic photographs covering the seminal marches of the Civil Rights movement, 1958-1965, brought to life in a new book.

  • "By the Olive Trees" is a 64-page color newsprint publication consisting of stories from those affected by the Syrian civil war.

    "By the Olive Trees" is a 64-page color newsprint publication consisting of stories from those affected by the Syrian civil war.

  • Thirteen years ago, without any real intention of telling our story, I began photographing my twin brother. Nick has cerebral palsy.

    13 years ago Christopher Capozziello started photographing his twin brother with cerebral palsy--today he is seeking funds to publish a book of the work.

  • A documentary film about the life of photojournalist Chris Hondros, two-time Pulitzer finalist who was killed by hostile fire in Libya.

    A documentary film about the life of photojournalist Chris Hondros

  • A Special-Edition Book of Photographs by Richard Renaldi

    Aperture seeks funds to publish Richard Renaldi's project, Touching Strangers.

  • Upstate Girls is a multiplatform documentary which chronicles the lives of a group of families in Troy, NY over 9 years.

    Upstate Girls is a multiplatform documentary by Brenda Ann Kenneally which chronicles the lives of a group of families in Troy, NY over 9 years.

  • A fundraising campaign to give Common Ground, Scott Strazzante's personal project on farm/suburban living, permanence in book form.

    With the help of Kickstarter, Scott Strazzante's personal project on farm/suburban living will exist in book form.

  • All The Queens Men takes a look into the mysterious world of men; a part fact part fictional tale set in the magical and gritty Queens.

    All The Queens Men -- a photobook by Katie Murray -- takes a look into the mysterious world of men; a part fact part fictional tale set in the magical and gritty Queens.

  • Three young farmers risk land and friendship to stand up to the USDA. An experiential film about living a life of self reliance.

    Three young farmers risk land and friendship to stand up to the USDA. An experiential film about living a life of self reliance by Christopher LaMarca and Katrina Taylor.

  • A photo book "Black Tsunami" by James Whitlow Delano documenting the devastation of the 2011 Tohoku tsunami, published by FotoEvidence

    "Black Tsunami" by James Whitlow Delano documents the devastation of the 2011 Tohoku tsunami.

  • A photo book chronicling the artist's six-year obsession with two Central Asian rivers, on a journey from the Aral Sea to western China

    Carolyn Drake looks to Kickstarter to publish a photo book of work from her six-year obsession with two Central Asian rivers.

  • Kehrer Verlag is publishing Finding Trust ( Pictures from the Sarvey Wildlife Rehabilitation Center) in 2013, I need $15,000 to finish.

    Anna Marie Musselman and publishing house Kehrer Verlag are seeking funds to publish a book of Musselman's project, 'Finding Trust.'

  • A personal journey through the life of a nomadic photographer, using mobile images as communication - these are my postcards home.

    Photographer Henry Jacobson is seeking funds for his next book, 'Postcards Home,' published by Daylight Books.

  • A Fukushima born artist journeys into Japan’s nuclear winter revealing the warmth and strength of survivors coping with the fallout.

    cpm-703: A documentary by Jake Price follows Shimpei Takeda, a Fukushima born artist as he journeys into Japan’s nuclear winter.

  • RECKONING at the FRONTIER is an upcoming photography book that explores the drug war in northern Mexico.

    Reckoning at the Frontier is a photography book by Eros Hoagland that explores the drug war in northern Mexico.

  • Book publication of the 2011 Aftermath Project grant winner and finalists, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

    Help support the 2011 Aftermath Project grant winner and finalists with the printing costs of their book, "War is Only Half the Story, Vol 5."

  • On October 26th, take a picture anywhere in Philadelphia. We'll print and exhibit it alongside hundreds of others.

    October 26 is Philly Photo Day -- the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center looks to Kickstarter to help fund the additional costs for the project/exhibition.

  • A photojournalism project that shares the stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth in the United States.

    Diana School and Laurel Golio hope to share the stories of LGBT youth across the United States.

  • I will photograph in Cambodian communities across the U.S. Northeast, generating intergenerational dialogue around unspoken memories.

    Pete Pin seeks funding to photograph in Cambodian communities across the U.S. Northeast.

  • Exploring the complex relationship that man has with animal in sub Saharan Africa, through the eyes of the tourist trophy hunter.

    David Chancellor looks to publish a book of photographs that explore the relationship that man has with animals in sub Saharan Africa.

  • A book of photographs and written essays by over 50 of the photographers and writers who covered the war in Bosnia

    This book will be self-published by the photographers who covered the Bosnian conflict—which began 20 years ago today—and printed in Bosnia.

    See the work on LightBox: http://ti.me/Ho85pT

  • Photographer Maggie Steber takes an intimate look at her mother's dementia and their journey together at the end of her life.

    In recent years Maggie Steber has shifted her lens to her own personal life—showing us an intimate look at her mother's dementia.

  • In the early 1980s I walked across Staten Island, N.Y. with a large camera, exploring and recording life in the "forgotten borough".

    Christine Osinski documented one of the least noted areas of New York City: Staten Island.

  • A limited-edition photobook by Shane Lavalette to follow the High Museum's "Picturing the South" exhibition in Atlanta, GA.

    Shane Lavalette is working on his very first photo book. The work in this book will be featured in the exhibition "Picturing the South" at the High Museum in Atlanta, GA.

  • A personal narrative photo book, spanning 3 generations, exploring 1 family's failure of the American Dream. Funds needed to complete.

    Photographer Lisa Kereszi tells the story of her family’s junkyard in this personal narrative photo book.

  • This book is a photographic document of small family-owned-and-operated businesses in America, circa 1976.

    In 1976 David Gremp began documenting family owned and operated businesses across the United States—he is now publishing a book of the work.

  • The aim of the Afghan Box Camera Project is document a living form of photography on the brink of disappearing in Afghanistan.

    The Afghan box camera—a homemade wooden device known as the kamra-e-faoree, meaning “instant camera”—has been used to preserve memories in Afghanistan for generations.

    See the work on LightBox: http://ti.me/x1ybuU

  • Photography project documenting the coming of age rites of young women amid the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Swaziland.

    Photographer Krisanne Johnson’s project documents young women’s struggles with HIV/AIDS in Swaziland.

    See the work on LightBox: http://ti.me/qjL6AX

  • An inspiring photo book by photographer Lauren Fleishman that will share the stories of couples married over five decades. Now available from Schilt Publishing.

    Love Ever After is a photography book by Lauren Fleishman that will share the stories of couples married over five decades.

    See the work on LightBox: http://ti.me/wqgR8C

  • Envisioning positive change and mobilizing Chicago's South Side community through large-scale public photography instillations.

    Earlier this year, Emily Schiffer received support from the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund. The photographer is using the grant to explore the crisis of food security in the Windy City.

    See the work on LightBox:
    http://ti.me/HPXgPH