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Meet Harlem’s ‘Official’ Street Photographer

Khalik Allah

Khalik Allah has been making photographs on the corner of 125th and Lexington in Harlem, New York, for the past two years. TIME follows him

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Paul Graham, courtesy MACK
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Paul Graham’s Photographs: From America’s Streets to Ireland’s Rainbows

Publisher Michael Mack tells TIME about his long-term creative collaboration with photographer Paul Graham, and how the photographer’s conceptual, socio-political and documentary work fits in with the larger philosophy of photo books at MACK.

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"A simple toy from my childhood makes for a cool picture in space." - Reid Wiseman via Twitter, June 1, 2014
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Around the World in 90 Minutes with Astronaut Reid Wiseman

Aboard the International Space Station, NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman is a flight engineer. But, for millions of people back on Earth, he’s a social media sensation, who constantly beams back incredible images and videos of our planet.

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North Korean soldiers and civilians stand on a foot bridge to look at goldfish in a moat as they tour the grounds of Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, the mausoleum where the bodies of the late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il lie embalmed, in Pyongyang on April 25, 2013.
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David Guttenfelder: The Photographer as Explorer

After 20 years as an Associated Press photographer, David Guttenfelder is once again a freelancer. He speaks to TIME about his life at AP, his future plans and being named one of National Geographic’s new explorers.

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Indian Elections
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Daniel Berehulak: The Freelancer’s Way

TIME talks to award-winning photographer Daniel Berehulak, who just one year ago left his staff position at Getty and set out as a freelancer.

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Behind the Moving Image: The Cinematography of Gravity

Emmanuel Lubezki is one of Hollywood’s most innovative and celebrated cinematographers and this week he has a chance at his first Oscar win for the cinematography on the film Gravity. Here he talks to LightBox about the challenges of making zero gravity look real.

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Francois Duhamel—Fox Searchlight
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Behind the Moving Image: The Cinematography of 12 Years a Slave

LightBox is proud to present a new series of interviews with some of the world’s greatest cinematographers. Here Sean Bobbitt talks about the making of the Oscar nominated film, 12 Years a Slave and his long-term collaboration with Steve McQueen.

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Daily power outages in Jabaliya
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From the Front Lines, Regional Photographers Make All The Difference

Although it has become more prevalent in recent years, regional photographers have worked for Western news organizations for decades. Here, TIME showcases work made over the past year by three of the strongest local image-makers, examining the wider context and evolution of their work and the issues they face.

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Lewis Wickes Hine via Library of Congress
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Tracking Down Lewis Hine’s Forgotten Child Laborers

In the last ten years, Joe Manning has tracked down the life stories of more than 350 child laborers in Lewis Hine’s documentary photography for the National Child Labor Committee.

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President Barack Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner wait to unveil a statue of Rosa Parks during an unveiling in Statuary Hall on Capitol Hill in Washington, Feb. 27, 2013.
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Wire Photographer Spotlight: Political Perspective with Brendan Smialowski

Each month, LightBox profiles a notable wire photographer in recognition of the brave and tireless work of these often unsung photojournalists. For October, in light of the recent government shutdown, we acknowledge the work of Brendan Smialowski, who shoots for AFP (Agence France-Presse).

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