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Behind the Covers: Portraits of the Gay Marriage Revolution by Peter Hapak

For the cover of this week's issue, TIME invited same-sex couples in California and New York to share some intimate moments for photographer Peter Hapak.

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Out There

In the Beginnings: Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis

The legendary Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado spent much of the past nine years trekking to the last wild places on earth to take the pictures collected in his new photography book, Genesis.

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From Desert to City: A Photographer Unveils Forgotten Stars

Thierry Cohen’s dazzling photographs are rich in meaning and technicality, returning the stars to their rightful place above light-polluted cities.

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Out There

Uncharted Territories: Black Maps by David Maisel

The allure of the American West has captivated photographers since the earliest days of the medium. David Maisel's latest book, Black Maps, chronicles more than 25 years of observing the land from a god-like perspective and an obsession with environmental destruction.

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Sharon Core—Courtesy of Radius Books
Out There

Painting with a Camera: Sharon Core’s Early American

Vibrant fruit, luscious shapes, verdant leaves, a hint of ripeness and the beginning of rot. The images in Early American — Sharon Core’s latest collection — easily fit into the traditions of still life painting, which was always more than just about pictures of fruit and flowers.

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Out There

A Look at the Pristine: Walter Niedermayr’s Aspen Series

Alpine landscapes can be some of the most pristine and majestic vistas in the world. Photographer Walter Niedermayr's images of the world's most beautiful slopes are featured in The Aspen Series, a new book by Hatje Cantz.

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In the days following the attack, Maggie had time to reflect on what had occurred and decided to make an official statement to the police. She said she had resumed communications with her estranged husband and the father of her children, and was considering moving herself and her children to Alaska, where he is stationed with the Army.
Photo Essay

Video: A Portrait of Domestic Violence

Violence against women is almost always a private matter. In this multimedia video for TIME, photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz continues telling the story of one such incident of domestic violence — providing a look at the victim's life as she slowly begins to move on.

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PHOTOJOURNALISMLINKS

PJL: March 2013

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the best photojournalism from across the web in March 2013.

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Arlington National Cemetery's Section 60 Dedicated To Those Killed In Afghan And Iraq War
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Pictures of the Week: March 15 – March 22

From Obama's first Presidential visit to Israel and the Pope's inauguration to a series of suicide bombings in Pakistan, Iraq and Somalia and the colorful Lathmar Holi festival in India, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Chris Dean narrates the short film, As I Am, which was co-produced by Alan Spearman, Mark Adams and The Commercial Appeal.
The Backstory

‘As I Am': From the Streets of South Memphis to the White House and Back Again

Christopher Dean, a twenty-year old who grew up in the projects of South Memphis and whose thoughtful speech introducing President Barack Obama at his high school graduation gained him an internship at the White House, returns to his hometown to collaborate with Alan Spearman, a talented filmmaker, to produce a short, powerful film on a wounded city.

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