Topic: photography

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Toolbox

The iPhone 4S: A Professional’s Take

White House photographer Brooks Kraft tests out the improved camera of Apple’s latest release.

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Elspeth Diederix
Profile

Still / Life: When the Familiar Becomes Abstract

Elspeth Diederix’s fine art photography shows the magic and mystery of everyday objects.

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Gillian Laub
Photo Essay

Tel Aviv Beach: One Photographer’s Enduring Oasis

Gillian Laub documents the tourists and natives who have sought refuge in the sands from Israel’s political dramas.

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Xavier Comas
Photo Essay

Border Realms: A Ghostly Ruin in Thailand’s South

Xavier Comas, a Spanish photographer based in Bangkok, presents a haunting set of photographs from the House of the Raja.

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Courtesy of Aperture Books
Profile

Inside the Mind of a Master Photo Editor

As Aperture releases a new book that chronicles the New York Times Magazine’s iconic images over the last three decades, Kira Pollack reflects on the vision and influence of its longtime photo editor, Kathy Ryan.

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Natan Dvir / Polaris Images
Photo Essay

A Middle Eastern Turning Point

Natan Dvir’s Eighteen documents what it means to grow into adulthood in some of the most politically-charged and challenging circumstances possible.

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Kenneth O’Halloran
Photo Essay

Living with Alzheimer’s

Photographer Kenneth O’Halloran is best known for documentary projects about his Irish homeland. But here he shares work about his then-girlfriend’s family in Spain as it cares for a father suffering from Alzheimer’s.

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Thomas Prior
Photo Essay

A Weekend at the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot

Twice a year, thousands of gun enthusiasts descend on West Point, KY for the Knob Creek Range’s Machine Gun Shoot. Photographer Thomas Prior covered the event in April.

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Adrienne Grunwald
Photo Essay

Guerreiras: The Female Warriors of Brazilian Futebol

The 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off today in Germany. In September 2010, photographer Adrienne Grunwald, along with gender researcher and former Santos F.C. player Caitlin Fisher, began documenting the lives of forty female futebol players in Brazil who play professionally for Santos FC—one of the most renowned male futebol clubs of all time.

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Heidi Warner
In Progress

The Disappearance of the Borscht Belt Hotels

The Borscht Belt hotels and Catskills resorts in upstate New York defined an era for many Jewish-Americans during the 1950s and 1960s.   Heidi Warner, a photographer based in New York City, spent many years vacationing there with her extended […]

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