Topic: photography

Wayne Tilcock—The Enterprise/AP
Man on the Wire

The Prevalence of Pepper Spray in Protests

Nothing disperses a crowd like a shot of chili pepper to the eye. A number of incidents have called attention to the liberal usage of the spray against protesters appearing both defenseless and peaceful.

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Joakim Eskildsen for TIME
Photo Essay

Below The Line: Portraits of American Poverty

Danish photographer Joakim Eskildsen traveled to five states to document the growing crisis. His photographs appear in the new issue of TIME.

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Jamie Chung  for TIME
The Backstory

Behind the Cover: Jamie Chung on Photographing the Hummingbird Drone

TIME’s new issue looks at the 50 best inventions of 2011.

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Lindsay McCrum
Photo Essay

Chicks With Guns

Lindsay McCrum’s new book is a playful yet perturbing visual essay on the statistic that some 20 million women in America own guns.

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© Denis Dailleux courtesy Camera Obscura, Paris
Out There

Paris Photo 2011 Spotlights Sub-Saharan Africa

With its grand new setting in the Grand Palais, nearly 120 exhibiting galleries, and tens of thousands of expected visitors, the annual event has secured its place as the n’est plus ultra of photography fairs.

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Ed Panar
Out There

A Photographer On the Creatures That Saw Him Coming

Ed Panar’s new book is filled with cute and cuddly animals staring back at him.

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Newsha Tavakolian
Profile

Rawiya: Photography Collective Finds Strength in Numbers

Six women photographers from across the Middle East have pooled their resources, contacts and talents to not only strengthen their work, but also to expand their reach.

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The Inge Morath Foundation / Magnum Photos
Out There

Dancing Queens: Lost Images from a Grand Ball

Inge Morath’s images from the Bal d’Hiver in 1955, recovered and published for the first time as part of Magnum Photos “Analog Recovery” program.

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Elaine Stocki
Photo Essay

Beyond Yale: Another View of New Haven

Elaine Stocki’s Balcony series explores the disconnect she experienced between the university and the greater Connecticut community. The work was recently nominated for a Grange Prize, the prestigious Canadian public-voted art award.

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Photograph by Diana Walker for TIME
Photo Essay

Behind the Cover: Diana Walker on Photographing Hillary Clinton

Diana Walker was TIME’s White House photographer for 20 years, where she captured intimate moments with five presidents. Here she talks about her recent trip abroad with the Secretary of State, who appears on the cover of this week’s issue.

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