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John Moore—Getty (left); Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR for TIME (right)
Man on the Wire

Two Takes: One Picture, Two Photographers

The romantic notion is that photojournalists bare unique witness to the events of the world as they unfold around them. In reality, due to circumstance, comfort and organizational requirements, photographers often find themselves in the company of fellow photojournalists, working side by side, when covering the news.

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Manuel J. Martinez—Reuters
Man on the Wire

TIME’s Best of 2011: Animals in Peril

The average animal doesn’t make headlines, but countless creatures have been photographed amid the chaos and destruction so widely connected to some of the year’s biggest stories. Here, LightBox looks back on a few furry friends who've found themselves in harm's way this year.

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Ilse Frech
Photo Essay

Nika’s Journey Growing Up With HIV

Dutch photographer Ilse Frech began "Nika. Russia LOVE" in 2005 to explore the life of a young woman in Russia affected by HIV along with all the complications of becoming an adult.

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Seamus Murphy—VII
Man on the Wire

TIME Looks Back at The Best Photos… of Photos from 2011

A look into a collection of news photos of photos, where blissful instants are lost among a sea of uncertainty, and moments from the past are frozen in the present, stark in the contrast between then and now.

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Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, December 16 – December 23

From the death of Kim Jong II and a devastating typhoon in the Philippines to a violent assault by Egyptian soldiers on a woman protester TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Adam Ferguson VII for TIME
Photo Essay

Fighting for Afghanistan’s Future

By the end of 2014, Afghanistan's armed forces will take over security from the international troops that have been stationed here for more than a decade. Adam Ferguson captures the Afghan National Army in training.

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Aung San Suu Kyi
Photo Essay

TIME’s Best Portraits of 2011

Finding essence in a single image is a challenge, yet somehow our photographers manage to do it again and again. This year was no exception as portraits of celebrities, political powerhouses and survivors filled our pages.

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©TopFoto/Ken Russell / The Image Works
Photo Essay

Cool Cats and Tom Boys: Ken Russell’s ‘The Last of the Teddy Girls’

Long before Ken Russell —who passed away this year—was a film director, he was a photographer. In tribute, Time LightBox revisits his 1950's photo series The Last of Teddy Girls.

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Jerome Liebling—Jerome Liebling Trust
Profile

In Memory of Photographers We Lost in 2011

We lost great photographers this year. They photographed Presidents and popes, rock stars and rebels. They risked their lives, and some of them gave their lives, so that we can better understand our own, the place we inhabit, and more importantly, the areas of the world we would otherwise never see.

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KCNA/KNS/AFP
Man on the Wire

Kim Jong Il as First Among Equals

In the wake of the death of North Korea's Dear Leader, Lightbox looks at how Kim Jong Il always presented himself as first among equals.

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