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The Backstory

Gay Pride in the 1950s: The Photo Booth as a Safe Space

A remarkable, moving and even revolutionary image of two gay men in 1953.

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Henry Leutwyler
Out There

Losing Neverland: An Unusual Portrait of Michael Jackson

On the fifth anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, TIME looks at Henry Leutwyler's photographs of some of the pop singer's most iconic memorabilia.

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Alex Webb
Out There

‘Memory City': A Eulogy for Rochester, Kodak’s Company Town

Rochester will forever be known as the home of Eastman Kodak but, as the legendary photography company fights to remain relevant in a digital world, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb take a trip down memory lane

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Bertien van Manen
Out There

30 Years in Appalachia: Moving Beyond the Hillbilly Clichés

In 1985, fascinated by stories of women working in mines in Appalachia, Bertien van Manen embedded herself with families in the region. What emerged was an epic, intergenerational photography project spanning nearly 30 years.

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Pictures of the Week: June 13 – June 20

From Iraq's eternal war and Spain's early Word Cup exit, to a deadly double twister in Nebraska and Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's submarine ride, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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David Schwen
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: David Schwen’s Eternal Sunshine for the Creative Mind

David Schwen might not be a photographer, but his creative and quirky Instagram feed has quickly become an inspiration to many.

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BAFFIN ISLAND, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 5  A polar bear collapses on the ground after being shot by Inuit hunters in Baffin Island, Canada on Sept. 5, 2013. The Inuit in Canada have traditionally hunted polar bears for subsistence and income to provide for their families, given the high cost of living in isolated regions of northern Canada, and continue to do so to this day with the blessing of the government. To them, the polar bear hunt provides a much needed lifeline to impoverished Inuit families, many of whom face a wide range of social issues stemming from the forced removal from their traditional way of life and systematic assimilation into sedentary communities. However, the United States and many environmental groups list the polar bear as a threatened species, and have pushed for a global ban on the commercial trade of their fur, meat, and body parts. Canada, which is host to roughly 80% of the world's global polar bear population, insists that there has been no noticeable decline.  (Ed Ou/Reportage by Getty Images)
Photo Essay

Crimson on White: Hunting the Polar Bear

The images of a polar bear hunt will be hard to view, but life in Canada's impoverished Inuit communities is just as hard

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a bad review of Sony’s latest Cyber-shot RX100 III. With its large 20.1-megapixel sensor, a sensitivity range of ISO 100-6400 and its fast 24-70mm lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.8, you just can’t go wrong. Not only does it offer great results in auto mode, but the RX100 III also offers full manual controls, making it an ideal companion for amateur and professional photographers alike. Of course, the closer you get to perfection, the higher the price: $799.

The 10 Best Cameras for Summer

Whether you’re after the fastest compact camera or the most stylish one, TIME LightBox offers its selection of the 10 best models for the summer season.

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The Backstory

Lynsey Addario joins Reportage by Getty Images

Photojournalist Lynsey Addario, a TIME contributor and former VII Photo member, has joined the Reportage by Getty Images photo agency.

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Indian Elections

Daniel Berehulak: The Freelancer’s Way

TIME talks to award-winning photographer Daniel Berehulak, who just one year ago left his staff position at Getty and set out as a freelancer.

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