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Patrick Smith
Out There

Sociology and Vantage Point: A study of Leisure Territories

Patrick Smith is represented in New York by James Danziger Projects. Here he writes for LightBox on his latest project Leisure Territories.

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Valerio Spada
Out There

Best in Show: Valerio Spada’s Book Gomorrah Girl

Valerio Spada's self-published photo book Gomorrah Girl was awarded the top prize of $25,000 in Blurb's Photography Book Now Competition. Check out all the winners.

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Ed Ou—The New York Times
Profile

Young and Restless: Ed Ou

At just 24, Ed Ou is already repped by an agent, and just won the Young Reporter Award at Perpignan, the international photojournalism festival, for his photos of young Somali soldiers which were featured on the front page of the New York Times. Ou spoke with TIME about some of his work from the past year, what photographers he admires and where he’d like to go next.

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Pawel Kopczynski—Reuters
The Backstory

Perfect Landings: A New Angle on the Long Jump

A combination of astute planning and specially developed remote camera technology produces an artful series of photographs from the World Athletics Championships in Seoul, South Korea.

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Laura El-Tantawy
In Progress

The Veil: Rich with Elegance and Controversy

Laura El-Tantawy's work, The Veil, looks beyond the stereotypes and misconceptions of women who choose to wear a veil.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

The Battle for Tripoli: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

In Libya, the fall of a dictator came faster than anyone expected. After six months of fighting along what were often stagnated front lines, the rebels succeeded last week in overwhelming the forces of Col. Muammar Gaddafi to take control of the Libyan capital. TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev captures the fall of Tripoli.

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Spencer Platt—Getty Images
Photo Essay

Following the Path of Hurricane Irene

Over the weekend, Hurricane Irene plotted her way north up the eastern seaboard. Everyone from the Carolinas to New England prepared for the worst.

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Clifford Ross
Photo Essay

Hurricanes: The Sound and the Fury

To capture the ferocious beauty of hurricanes, photographer Clifford Ross swims into the ocean, to witness the storms like few others have.

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Germany
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, August 19 – August 26

This week: Man walks a high wire, Gaddafi’s regime crumbles, the Pope past and present, World Youth Day, violence and famine in Somalia, idol makers, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, roadside attacks in Israel, burning NATO tankers in Pakistan, Afghanistan, building continues at One World Trade Center, and Ramadan draws to a close.

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@britneyspears
In Progress

Data Visualization: Twitter Portraits by Lori Hepner

Artist Lori Hepner has devised an ingenious and mesmerizing approach to the representation of identity in the age of digital social media — in her ongoing series Status Symbols, she makes portraits of individual posts on Twitter.

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