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Alex Masi
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The New Photojournalistic Social Advocacy: Nuru Project

Nuru Project helps photojournalists make a difference in the world—but it also re-introduces the frequently discussed matter of whether the journalist’s job is to make that difference or to record things as they are.

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Lomography and the ‘Analogue Future’

Interest in Instagram has had a positive effect in a surprising place: at analog-only photography company Lomography.

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TIME
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Behind the Cover: Are You Mom Enough?

The four mothers photographed by Martin Schoeller for the cover of this week's TIME discuss why attachment parenting resonates with them.

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Lee Friedlander
Out There

Master of the Photobook: Robert Delpire’s Long and Legendary Influence

Few publishers in the history of photography have had as lengthy a track record of producing books that are now considered the medium’s landmarks as Robert Delpire, who is honored in a tribute exhibition in New York City.

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Carl de Keyzer—Magnum
Out There

European Coastlines, ‘Moments Before The Flood’

Carl de Keyzer's new book examines European coastlines facing the threat of rising sea levels that would submerge entire countries.

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In Progress

‘Home Works’ by Joakim Eskildsen

Joakim Eskildsen’s latest body of work explores the poetry of place through the different homes to which he has moved his family over the past seven years, on display later this week at the 17th edition of Paris Photo.

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Lightbox May 1, 2012
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Pictures of the Week: April 27 – May 4

From rescue operations for a capsized ferry in India and May Day protests to elections in France and preparations for the Kentucky Derby, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Jeffrey Stockbridge
In Progress

Neighborhood Blues: Kensington, Philadelphia

Photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge captures the troubled souls and harsh realities of life along one Philadelphia avenue.

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One Morning at Home with John Irving

A new video series—in which Shaul Schwarz visits luminaries at home—debuts today with a trip to see author John Irving.

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© 2012 Taryn Simon
Out There

Taryn Simon: ‘A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVIII’

Taryn Simon's new show, 'A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters,' is on view through Sept. 3 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

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