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Alma: A Tale of Guatemala’s Violence

LightBox presents an exclusive look at an interactive, narrative documentary about gang violence in Guatemala told through the story of Alma, a young former gang member.

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Image: Oct. 20, 2012. A Free Syrian Army fighters carry a civilian away from the line of fire after he was shot twice by a Syrian army sniper in Aleppo, Syria.
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Pictures of the Week: October 19 – 26

From the start of baseball's World Series and Hurricane Sandy in the Caribbean to the hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and people dressed as pandas, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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Photo colorization by Sanna Dullaway for TIME / Original image by Alexander Gardner / Library of Congress
The Backstory

A Vibrant Past: Colorizing the Archives of History

For this week's issue of TIME, Sanna Dullaway digitally colorized archival images of America's 16th president in hopes of bringing history to life. Here's a look back on the iconic images she's revisited.

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Marco Grob for TIME
The Backstory

The Men Behind Lincoln: Daniel Day-Lewis and Steven Spielberg by Marco Grob

During a TIME photo shoot with Daniel Day-Lewis and Steven Spielberg, contract photographer Marco Grob received a bit of unexpected guidance from a master of the screen.

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Laurent Chéhère—Galerie Paris-Beijing
Out There

Laurent Chéhère’s Flying Houses

Laurent Chéhère's "Flying Houses" project is at once a charming, imaginative take on Paris and a wistful vision of dreams deferred.

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Doug Rickard
Out There

Street View and Beyond: Google’s Influence on Photography

Google-based imagery has moved well beyond Street View and has become a photographic genre and aesthetic all to itself. LightBox asked a selection of artists from around the world who were inspired by the technology to describe how it has impacted their creative process.

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Cédric Gerbehaye—Agence VU
In Progress

Cédric Gerbehaye’s Belgium: A Country in Flux

Belgian photographer Cédric Gerbehaye has spent his career documenting intra-country tensions around the world. In his most recent work he turns the camera back on his home country to delve into the very issues he has explored abroad for years.

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Stephen Dupont
Out There

Raskols: Stephen Dupont’s Portraits of Papua New Guinea Gangsters

Stephen Dupont's disturbing and powerful Polaroids of latter-day outlaws in Papua New Guinea are fittingly reminiscent of wild west-era daguerreotype portraits taken more than a century ago.

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Muhammed Muheisen—AP
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Pictures of the Week: October 12 – 19

From Space Shuttle Endeavour's Los Angeles street journey and the second presidential debate to the world's highest freefall and a pair of painted camels in Pakistan, TIME presents the best photographs of the week.

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image: Escola Estadual Nossa Senhora do Belo Ramo, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Series 6, Mathematics. November 17th, 2005.
Out There

Back to School: Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain

Regardless of where we grew up, most of us spent many of our formative years sitting in a classroom. British photographer Julian Germain spent eight years photographing students in classrooms around the world.

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