Topic: Adam Ferguson

A Palestinian refugee girl Nour Soboh 4 years , palys beside her horse in her family house in Bait Lahiya town, North Gaza StripHOLD TO MARIA MANN
The Backstory

Discovering the Next Generation of Photojournalists at World Press Photo’s Masterclass

To mark the 20th edition of the Joop Swart Masterclass, taking place this week, LightBox asked a representative photographer from each year of the program to contribute two images — one from their masterclass project and another from their wider body of work — along with a few words on what the masterclass meant to their life and career.

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Barbara  Davidson / Los Angeles Times
PHOTOJOURNALISMLINKS

PJL: October 2013 (Part 1)

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the best photojournalism around the web from the past two weeks.

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Adam Ferguson—VII for TIME
Photo Essay

Burma Unbound: Photos from a Waking Nation by Adam Ferguson

Photographer Adam Ferguson traveled to Burma for this week’s issue of TIME, documenting a nation fractured along ethnic and religious lines.

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Adam Ferguson VII for TIME
Photo Essay

Fighting for Afghanistan’s Future

By the end of 2014, Afghanistan’s armed forces will take over security from the international troops that have been stationed here for more than a decade. Adam Ferguson captures the Afghan National Army in training.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Closeup

TIME Picks the Top 10 Photos of 2011

2011 has been a year of iconoclasm: powerful orthodoxies were challenged, notorious villains slain and dictators came crashing down. Along the way, people took pictures. Here, the photographers behind TIME’s top 10 photos of the year share the back story behind their now iconic images.

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Adam Ferguson—VII for TIME
Photo Essay

Soldiers Skyping

Adam Ferguson documents how the men of the 172nd Infantry Brigade (Charlie Company, 2-28 Infantry) in Afghanistan use social media to connect to the comforts of home.

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Adam Ferguson—VII Network
In Progress

From Afghan Dust to the Meandering Mekong

After spending the majority of the last three years covering the war in Afghanistan, I came to a point where I felt the Afghan dust was corroding the curiosity in my eyes. I needed to wander again and I found myself in Vientiane, Laos, on the bank of the meandering Mekong River.

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Adam Ferguson—VII Network for TIME
The Backstory

Witness to a Civilian Casualty

While on assignment in Afghanistan, photographer Adam Ferguson documents the unintentional killing of an Afghan girl in a U.S.-fired mortar strike. Ferguson, who was wearing an audio recorder strapped around his neck, also captured startling sounds of war amid the tragic aftermath.

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