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Jessica Eaton

Jessica Eaton: Cube, Color, Cosmos

Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton, who recently won the photography prize at the 2012 Hyères Festival, uses her camera to create color invisible to the naked eye.

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Robert Capa—©International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos
Out There

UPDATED: Robert Capa, Friend of Anton

On Tuesday evening, Christie’s held its first-ever auction of contemporary photojournalism prints. The event, which was hosted by Christiane Amanpour, was to benefit the family of the late Anton Hammerl.

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Isadora Kosofsky
In Progress

Senior Love Triangle: Photographs by Isadora Kosofsky

Young photographer Isadora Kosofsky trains her lens on the unorthodox relationship between three seniors in Los Angeles for her in-progress series on love and aging.

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Ron Galella
Out There

Ron Galella: America’s Most Famous Paparazzi Photographer

A new book looks back on some of the celebrity photographer's most famous portraits, from Marlon Brando and Madonna to Jackie Kennedy and Frank Sinatra.

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Lightbox May 4, 2012

Pictures of the Week: May 4 – May 11

From violence in Cairo and France's presidential elections to flash floods in Nepal and the 138th Kentucky Derby, TIME's photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Alex Masi
Out There

The New Photojournalistic Social Advocacy: Nuru Project

Nuru Project helps photojournalists make a difference in the world—but it also re-introduces the frequently discussed matter of whether the journalist’s job is to make that difference or to record things as they are.

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Courtesy Lomography Community
Out There

Lomography and the ‘Analogue Future’

Interest in Instagram has had a positive effect in a surprising place: at analog-only photography company Lomography.

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The Backstory

Behind the Cover: Are You Mom Enough?

The four mothers photographed by Martin Schoeller for the cover of this week's TIME discuss why attachment parenting resonates with them.

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Lee Friedlander
Out There

Master of the Photobook: Robert Delpire’s Long and Legendary Influence

Few publishers in the history of photography have had as lengthy a track record of producing books that are now considered the medium’s landmarks as Robert Delpire, who is honored in a tribute exhibition in New York City.

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Carl de Keyzer—Magnum
Out There

European Coastlines, ‘Moments Before The Flood’

Carl de Keyzer's new book examines European coastlines facing the threat of rising sea levels that would submerge entire countries.

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