The storm destroyed everything in its path but the human spirit: a photo trek through a devastated land
Two generations photographed the same subject on film, but at different times, from different perspectives
Armed with a film camera, our photographer searches for his childhood on the beaches of Tel Aviv, where people from all walks of life come to swim, eat, drink and bathe together
A special edition of Haaretz's Photo Blog celebrating the newspaper's 100th anniversary
A look at the city when it was still a poor and neglected town at the remote edge of the Ottoman Empire, through the lens of two legendary photographers
Lawyer Adam Shpigel discovered drone photography and started to look at 'even the normal and boring places that we pass by every day' from a different angle
In a world that reminds us of a stop between the aesthetics of Wes Anderson and the film ‘Into the Wild,’ a journey through Norway provides a cinematic experience that challenges the eyes, from burning white to frozen black
Haaretz Photo Blog 'I'm 33 Years Old and I've Never Been on a Plane': The Palestinian Photographer at the Gaza Border
It took Abdel Zagout, a 33-year-old photographer from Gaza, five years to complete a project on Egypt's border with Gaza that won him the Red Cross 2018 photography competition
Since 1993, 27,000 African refugees drowned en route to Europe, and the voyage is growing more perilous. Daniel Tchetchik takes a photographic journey along the shores of Spain, Italy and Greece
Canadian photographer Joel Kantor lived on a kibbutz from 1976 to 1987. In a series of photos, presenting the intimate perspective of a new member, he describes daily life on the kibbutz before it changed
The connection between aging, longing and memory – these are the themes Oded Wagenstein focuses on in his works. In recent years, he has met with people in various communities around the world and heard from them about memories and stories, fears and longing
In the past 18 months, more tourists have visited Israel than any other time in its history
A project of few words and astonishing beauty: Photographer Barry Talis is sparing with words, but not with gorgeous frames
In our weekly Instagram challenge, Haaretz asked followers to tag photos with the word celebration. We received a lot of joy, laughter and silliness – and some sobering moments
In Israel, swimming is an escape – from the security situation, everyday woes, social divides and above all from the oppressive summer heat
The architectural beauty, the wondrous nature sites and the diverse cultures can be seen in every picture. The most unique soccer fields, taken by Israeli photographers
Photographer Alex Farfuri, 25, reveals the beauty of a country in turmoil
The sun set this week in northern Sweden and will not shine again until after the new year. How do the lives of four million people living north of the Arctic Circle look during the last glimpses of light?
A selection of photographs from the exhibition of Israel's leading photojournalists, which will be on display this coming Thursday in The Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv, including a respectable representation of Haaretz's Moti Milrod and Tomer Appelbaum
A deeper look at the works of legendary photographer Rudi Weissenstein from 1936 to 1973 shows what was and no longer exists, and hints of the future
Whether they are sitting in traffic jams or empathetically watching them from the locomotive – the people who spend hour after hour, day after day, on the road tell how it feels to be closed up in a metal box on wheels
For 64th year in a row, swimmers cross the lowest freshwater lake on Earth
Swimming on a wild beach, birdwatching and a romantic rendezvous. Those aren’t weekend recommendations – they’re some of the things Israelis do in IDF firing zones
A look at the portfolio of Joe Greer, a photographer who wanted to be a pastor and now has half a million followers on Instagram
Haaretz photographer Tomer Appelbaum tells the story of a Palestinian parkour teacher.
PHOTOS: Photographer Daniel Tchetchik accompanied coal miners down the shaft and into the heart of the mine.
Guy Cohen set out to photograph the religious communities of Jerusalem and found a spiritual wave even outside of the formal frameworks, in places that were not religious at all.
Eddie Gerald documented the battles between Kurdish fighters and Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.
After becoming a mother, Shahar Weitzman sought to use her craft to document the chaos that she had been submerged in.
The sense that something was about to change shaped Samuel Marciano's vision as he documented the White City.