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Finding Faith and Beauty in the Lives of Orthodox Jewish Women

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.

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

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Sebastian Junger’s Fight to Save Journalists’ Lives

For the past three years, Sebastian Junger has been helping freelance photographers and journalists learn how to save lives if things go wrong in conflict zones. Now, he’s raising money to continue his mission

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9 Things to do at Paris Photo

Every November, Paris becomes the photography capital of the world with countless fairs, exhibitions and book signings. TIME LightBox selects the best events you just can’t miss

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Carolyn Drake
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The Art of Storytelling: Using Collaboration to Enhance the Message

For her latest photo book, American photographer Carolyn Drake asked her subjects in one of China’s far-western provinces to deconstruct and reconstruct her images in the hope of fostering a different kind of dialogue

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Martin Schoeller
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From Zuckerberg to Tarantino, See Martin Schoeller’s Portraits

Martin Schoeller takes TIME LightBox through a selection of high profile shoots from his newest book, including the story of pro skater Tony Hawk leaping from his kitchen counter at the crack of dawn and Quentin Tarantino apparently blissing out in a sea of doves

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Johan Bruurmijn, veteran of the Kosovo War
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‘Hidden Wounds': Battling PTSD With Music

Inspired by a rock song, Hidden Wounds is a web-documentary that takes a different approach to address the issue of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among veterans

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Battle-Scarred: Sebastian Junger’s Last Patrol Premieres on HBO

Sebastian Junger’s “Last Patrol” is the final installment in a trilogy of films about war and its devastating effects on soldiers and reporters

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Brian Finke
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Ride Along With America’s Marshal Officers

The U.S. Marshal service is America’s oldest law enforcement agency. Photographer Brian Finke gained unique access, offering an intimate portrait of the men and women who track some of the most dangerous fugitives in the country

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Arlene Gottfried
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When Eccentricity Reigned: Portraits From a Vanishing New York

New York City used to be filled of “colorful and unique” people, says Brooklyn-based photographer Arlene Gottfried, but they are now quickly disappearing from our streets

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The Influence and Legacy of Larry Sultan

Five years after his untimely death, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art examines Larry Sultan’s legacy through his first posthumous retrospective

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