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Stephen Ferry
Out There

Stephen Ferry Recipient of First Tim Hetherington Grant

The American photojournalist wins inuagural award for his project on the Colombian conflict.

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Tim Davis for TIME
Photo Essay

The Desks of Washington D.C.

For Election Day 2011, TIME comissioned photographer Tim Davis to peek inside the offices of some of the Beltway's most powerful people.

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Ty Cacek for TIME
Photo Essay

The Ku Klux Klan Revisited

Photojournalist Ty Cacek has been documenting the group since 2009, in an effort to understand how reasonable people come to adopt an unreasonable philosophy of hate.

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Romina Hendlin
Photo Essay

Runner’s High: One Man’s New York City Marathon Dream Comes True

Born with severely low muscle tone, it took more than 15 hours for Maickel Melamed to cross this year's finish line. Photographer Romina Hendlin documented his journey.

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Aftab Alam Siddiqui—AP Photo
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, October 28 – November 4

From the G20 Summit protests and Kabul's suicide bombings to escalating violence in Gaza and religious pilgrimages, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Francesca Woodman / Courtesy George and Betty Woodman
Out There

Retrospective: Looking Back on Francesca Woodman’s Prolific Career

Known for her surrealist self-portraits, the photographer's most comprehensive posthumous exhibition to date is now on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Owen Humphreys—PA/Landov
Man on the Wire

Murmurations: Spectacular Starlings Signal Winter Is On Its Way

Birds create phenomenal flocking and beautiful patterns in the sky at dusk.

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Ed Panar
Out There

A Photographer On the Creatures That Saw Him Coming

Ed Panar's new book is filled with cute and cuddly animals staring back at him.

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Newsha Tavakolian
Profile

Rawiya: Photography Collective Finds Strength in Numbers

Six women photographers from across the Middle East have pooled their resources, contacts and talents to not only strengthen their work, but also to expand their reach.

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The Inge Morath Foundation / Magnum Photos
Out There

Dancing Queens: Lost Images from a Grand Ball

Inge Morath's images from the Bal d'Hiver in 1955, recovered and published for the first time as part of Magnum Photos "Analog Recovery" program.

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