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The Backstory

TIME Style and Design: Peter Hapak Photographs Emily Blunt

Photographer Peter Hapak asked Emily Blunt to get into character during the cover shoot for TIME Style and Design, which relaunches this March after a three-year hiatus.

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Eugene Richards
Closeup

One Year Later: The Story of Eugene Richards’ ‘War is Personal’ Continues

A year after LightBox launched, we catch up with Eugene Richards about how a photography project can follow a photographer.

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Composite by Javier Sirvent
The Backstory

Happy Birthday, LightBox: A Year of Great Photography

In the past year, LightBox has published well over 500 posts—an average of ten a week. In honor of LightBox's first anniversary, TIME's photo editors reflect on a year of great photography and recommend a few posts worth revisiting.

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Develop Tube / Javier Sirvent
Out There

DEVELOP Tube: A Photographic Resource Grows

Erica McDonald wanted to help the photographic community, so she created DEVELOP Tube, a video channel curated on both YouTube and Vimeo that offers resources for photographers. It's part of a larger project that includes an exhibit on view now in Bologna, Italy.

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Joseph Maida
In Progress

Celebrate Japan’s White Day with Joseph Maida

March 14 is White Day, a Japanese holiday that exists to counterbalance Valentine’s Day. It’s an example of a phenomenon that photographer Joseph Maida says he sees throughout the country and explores in his latest work on Japan.

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© 2009 James Balog/Extreme Ice Survey.
Toolbox

Chasing Ice: Could Time-Lapse Photography Save the Planet?

A new film shows how the Extreme Ice Survey, led by photographer James Balog, documents climate change.

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Lightbox March 7, 2012
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: March 2 – March 9

From the Presidential election in Russia to Super Tuesday in the U.S. to fires in Congo and the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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© Robert Adams, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Out There

Robert Adams’ Retrospective Goes West

A new retrospective of the work of Robert Adams—the photographer famous for documenting the people and environment of the American West—will make its own westward journey when it comes to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on March 11.

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Lightbox March 4, 2012
Man on the Wire

Seven Days of Strange Landscapes

From thousands of spiders in Australia and a massive ruptured ice wall in Argentina to the aftermath of the U.S. tornadoes and the wake of last year's Japanese tsunami, TIME’s photo department presents a selection of surprising and surreal vistas from the past week.

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William Daniels—Panos for TIME
Photo Essay

Escape from Syria: Photographs by William Daniels

Photographer William Daniels describes his perilous journey into and out of Syria.

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