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Adam Bartos—Courtesy of Steidl
Out There

The Darkroom: Nostalgia for a Dying Craft

Adam Bartos’s new book sheds some white light on the dying craft of analog printmaking and the environments that have produced most of the medium’s greatest images.

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Matthew Gamber
Out There

Shooting (Color) Blind: Matthew Gamber’s Still Lifes

When Matthew Gamber discovered that one of his photography students was colorblind, he began creating images that challenge ideas about color and time.

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Martin Parr—Magnum / Courtesy Contrasto
Out There

Martin Parr: Picturing the American South

The High Museum of Art commissioned Martin Parr to document Atlanta as part of its Picturing the South project—a series of artist commissions that engage with the American South. Channeling his unparalleled ability to collate humor, wit, and curiosity into his heavily socio-cultural photographs, Parr captured the oddities and eccentricities of contemporary Americana.

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Donna Ferrato
Out There

I Am Unbeatable: Donna Ferrato’s Commitment to Abused Women

Donna Ferrato has documented domestic violence and its effects for more than 30 years. Over the past five years, she has refined her topic matter, focusing specifically on women who have left their abusers in a series called I Am Unbeatable.

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Daniel Berehulak–Getty Images
Photo Essay

Celebrating the Brotherhood’s Victory: A New President is Elected in Egypt

On Sunday, Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy was announced as the winner of Egypt's first democratic presidential election. Daniel Berehulak captured the tension and euphoria surrounding the announcement in Cairo.

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Ross McDonnell
Out There

Remember Me, My Ghost: Documenting Ireland’s Notorious Ballymun Neighborhood

Ross McDonnell explains how his new film 'Remember Me, My Ghost' came out of his experience photographing Ireland's Ballymun housing projects.

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André Liohn—Prospekt
Out There

Almost Dawn in Libya: Exclusive Interactive Panorama

André Liohn, one of the guiding forces behind the Almost Dawn in Libya initiative, spoke to LightBox from Misrata, Libya, where he was preparing for the project's final stage.

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Andrew Hinderaker for TIME
Photo Essay

State of America: Photographing Joe Klein’s Road Trip

Three photographers joined TIME's Joe Klein on his annual road trip across America.

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Rafiq Maqbool—AP
Man on the Wire

Gimme Shelter: Umbrellas Around The World

Come rain or shine, TIME presents a collection of recent umbrellas around the world.

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Janet Jarman
In Progress

Marisol and the American Dream: One Photographer’s 15-Year Project

Janet Jarman has documented the life of Marisol, a young Mexican immigrant, since she was a young girl still living in Mexico, more than 15 years ago.

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