Photo Essay
The latest photo stories from TIME’s contributors.

Burma Unbound: Photos from a Waking Nation by Adam Ferguson

Adam Ferguson—VII for TIME

Photographer Adam Ferguson traveled to Burma for this week's issue of TIME, documenting a nation fractured along ethnic and religious lines.

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Dan Holdsworth—Brancolini Grimaldi, London
Photo Essay

The Digital Sublime: Dan Holdsworth’s Virtual Landscapes

By creating virtual versions of places such as the Grand Canyon and Yosemite, Dan Holdsworth responds to, and advances, the history of landscape photography.

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Image: Latif, son of Jam Pumhoom, got polio when he was 8 years old
Photo Essay

Endgame for an Enduring Disease? Pakistan’s Fight Against Polio

Twenty-three years after it was eradicated in the United States, polio still stalks Pakistan, one of three countries left in the world where the devastating disease is still endemic. Photographer Diego Ibarra Sánchez documented Pakistan’s struggle to get a handle on the disease.

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Eric Vandeville—ABACAPRESS.com
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2012: A Year of Strange Landscapes

TIME looks back on the byproducts of man’s folly and nature’s fury in a gallery of the year’s strange and surreal landscapes.

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Aline Paley
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The End of the World: For the Maya, It May Already Be Here

In southern Mexico, neo-hippies are gathering to witness the end of the world. But for the Maya, who have lived there for millennia, the end-time came years ago — in the shape of the 20th century.

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Callie Shell for TIME
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48 Hours with Obama: TIME’s Person of the Year 2012 by Callie Shell

Callie Shell has photographed President Barack Obama countless times before, so it’s only fitting that she spent time with the Commander-in-Chief for TIME’s Person of the Year issue.

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Bernat Armangue—AP
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TIME Picks the Top 10 Photos of 2012

TIME presents the top 10 photographs of the year — the images that moved us most in 2012, along with the backstories from the photographers who shot the now iconic frames.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
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TIME’s Best Portraits of 2012

A great portrait captures the very essence of its subject, and this year, TIME continued its long legacy of storytelling with a number of compelling photographs of newsmakers, from politicians and businessmen to comedians and Oscar winners.

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Moises Saman—Magnum for TIME
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TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2012

Throughout 2012, TIME’s unparalleled photojournalists were there. At a time when so much hangs in the balance, bearing witness can be the most essential act — and that’s what we do. Here’s the best of our commissioned photojournalism from 2012.

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Omar Mullick
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Reflections in a Pashtun Cinema

Photographer Omar Mullick has spent the last decade passing through the countries of Central Asia on assignment. He reflects on his photographs of a Pashtun cinema in Karachi, a space that defied the preconceived images of the region.

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