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When Amateur Photographers Make the Front Page

Zapruder film frame #372 of Kennedy assassination showing Mrs. Kennedy climbing towards Secret Service agent who is attempting to board back of limousine after Pres. Kennedy has been shot. Dallas. United States. Nov. 22, 1963.

Are camera phone-equipped amateurs to blame for professional photographers' financial woes? A new exhibition, now on show at the Visa pour l'Image photojournalism festival, aims to bring a definite answer to the question.

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On the last day of this year, I looked out my window to find dark clouds full of fear. Then a row of winged beauties circled the sky .. high. As I watched them fly, I silently bid the yearÕs memories goodbye and made room for new ones to come by - Cairo, Egypt 12/31/2013 / Photo & Text by @laura_eltantawy
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How Smartphones Have Changed the Way We Experience Photography

Smartphones have not only changed the way we make photos, but also the meaning and purpose of photography itself, an exhibition at the Center for Photography at Woodstock shows

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Stacy Kranitz (@stacykranitz)
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Everyday Life Around the World as Told Through Instagram

Photographs of daily life don’t always make the news, but for a group of documentary photographers, they are essential to dispel common misconceptions about the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Latin America and, even, the U.S. TIME speaks to the founders of the Everyday Movement

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Kati Horna
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Surrealist Photographs of the Spanish Civil War

Inspired by early surrealism and the power of photojournalism, photographer Kati Horna turned her poetic and poignant lens on the Spanish Civil War

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John Francis Peters, The Stream
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Inspired by Summer: A Photographer’s Long Journey Back Home

John Francis Peters revisits his hometown and discovers that the inspiration he needed to push his work to the next level was waiting for him in the Catskills

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Atlantic Wall
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The Ghostly Remains of Nazi Germany’s Atlantic Wall

Between 1943 and 1945, Nazi Germany built a vast system of defensive battlements along the Atlantic coast, stretching from northern Norway to the Pyrenees. Now, 70 years later, photographer Stephan Vanfleteren documents the historical remnants of what became known as the Atlantic Wall

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Alejandro Cegarra
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Inside the Tower of David, the World’s Tallest Squat

Venezuelan photographer Alejandro Cegarra, this year’s Ian Parry Scholarship winner, documented Caracas’ Tower of David, the world’s tallest squat, just months before it was evacuated. He speaks to TIME LightBox

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Zalika Azim
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Memories Unspoken: My Grandmother’s Hidden Life as a Photographer

Artist Zalika Azim writes of the surprise she felt upon discovering that her own grandmother, who migrated from South Carolina to New York, was a life-long image-maker.

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Hidden Islam, Nicolò Degiorgis
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Hidden Islam: Nicolo Degiorgis Charts the Challenges of Being Muslim in Italy

In Hidden Islam, a new award-winning photobook by Italian photographer Nicolo Degiorgis, Islamic makeshift places of worship are revealed

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Soldiers playing football, Army training camp, 1917
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1914 – 1918: The War Years in Photographs

What was life like 100 years ago during World War I? Lisa Hostetler, of the Department of Photography at George Eastman House, takes a look at her archives, unearthing little-known images of a world at war

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