Olivier Laurent

Olivier Laurent is Editor of LightBox at TIME

Latest Posts by Olivier Laurent

Out There

Face to Face with Europe’s Military Cadets

Paolo Verzone’s newest book saw him travel to 20 military academies from Portugal to Spain over five years to photograph cadets.

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A de-miner from the NGO, Halo Trust works at a site in the Gulan refugee camp in Khost Province, Afghanistan. Halo Trust is one of the organisations responsible for the process which began after anti-tank mines and unexploded ordinance was discovered on the camp site after it was established in June 2014. So far 8 anti-tank mines have been detected and detonated.
The Backstory

Photojournalism Daily: Dec. 5, 2014

Photojournalism Daily is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen

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White House Holiday Decorations
Out There

Photographing the White House Christmas Decorations With an iPhone 6

White House photographer Brooks Kraft used his iPhone to document this year’s Christmas decorations at the presidential residence

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The Backstory

Go Behind TIME’s Mark Zuckerberg Cover With Photographer Ian Allen

When TIME magazine asked photographer Ian Allen to follow Mark Zuckerberg to India, not everything went as planned

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Riot Books

When Photographers Become Self-Publishing Companies

An increasing number of photographers are bypassing traditional photo book publishers, setting up, instead, their own imprints

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Miami Beauty Queens c. 1950
Photo Essay

See What Vintage Miami Was Like

Brenda Ann Kenneally’s portraits of Miami’s eccentric past speak of the city’s economic and racial divisions

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Facebook Privacy Policy

No, Facebook Is Not Planning to Sell Your Images

Photographers — amateurs and professionals alike — are concerned about a notice of Facebook’s supposed privacy changes

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The henna is a pre-nuptial cerimony celebrated in Moroccan or Yemenite families where the soon-to-be bride is dressed-up as a Queen with flowers and jewels and she is inivited to dance with her girl friends to say good-bye to celibacy and life as a single young girl. During the dance cerimony, the Kallah, the bride-to-be's hands and feet are painted with henne`, the red pouder from India. This welcomes fertility and happinesses within the marriage. Meah Shearim, Jerusalem, Israel. July 2012.
Out There

Finding Faith and Beauty in the Lives of Orthodox Jewish Women

For four years, Italian photographer Federica Valabrega has photographed the everyday lives of Orthodox Jewish women around the world

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The Backstory

Published Photographs Lead to Death Threats in Pakistan

A photographer has received “a credible and direct threat” against her life after five years of images shot in Pakistan were published in the U.K.

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The Backstory

Go Behind TIME’s Benedict Cumberbatch Cover With Photographer Dan Winters

Benedict Cumberbatch came prepared for his photo shoot with TIME, says photographer Dan Winters, who shot this week’s magazine cover

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