Ulli Hartmann is an expert in photographing food, and he does this by using the real thing and very little technology. He uses fresh produce and his atelier in Halle in western Germany is a mixture of photo studio and country kitchen.
An exhibition in Berlin casts an unconventional light on the sensitive issue of migrants who travel abroad to find work. Bangladeshi photographer and blogger Shahidul Alam shows how much people's life paths can vary.
"Refugee" has become an abstract, overused term, says Berlin photographer Daniel Sonnentag. So in his moving photo series "They Have Names," he's set out to show the humanness of asylum-seekers.
DW talked to Venezuelan journalist and photographer Ivan Reyes whose images highlight the stories of the people marching against the government.
Whale meat and blubber has long been a staple of the Faroese diet, but with pilot whales increasingly contaminated by toxic substances, this traditional food source is silently poisoning the local population.
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