Topic: photography

Mike Sinclair
Profile

Public Assembly: The Photographs of Mike Sinclair

For this week’s issue, we combed countless archives in search of the perfect photograph to accompany a history of the American Dream, the subject of the cover story by Jon Meacham. In the end, we turned to photographer Mike Sinclair, who’s been rigorously documenting America’s heartland near his home in Kansas City, Mo.

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Andre Feliciano
Out There

Photoville: Established 2012; Population Growing

A new Brooklyn-based event aims to change what it means to be a photo festival. (It involves a dog run.)

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© Stefan Ruiz
Out There

In the Factory of Dreams: Behind the Scenes on Telenovelas

Stefan Ruiz’s latest book takes us behind the scenes at Mexico’s Televisa studios, where nearly 50,000 hours worth of soap operas are produced each year.

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Andrea Bruce—NOOR
Out There

Andrea Bruce Receives the Chris Hondros Fund Award

Today, photographer Andrea Bruce was awarded the $20,000 Chris Hondros Fund Award, created in memory of the late photojournalist in order to assist photographers pursuing their projects.

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©TIME-Photograph by Gian Paul Lozza for TIME
The Backstory

Behind the Cover: America’s Undocumented Immigrants

Gian Paul Lozza photographed journalist Jose Antonio Vargas and 35 other undocumented immigrants for this week’s cover story.

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MediaStorm launches pay-per-story video player
Toolbox

Game Changer: MediaStorm Launches Pay-Per-Story Video Player

The Brooklyn-based multimedia production studio has developed an industry-wide reputation for producing strong online documentary multimedia. Before the launch of their new player on Tuesday, all content on their site was available free of charge. Now users have to pay $1.99 to watch full stories.

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Samantha Box
In Progress

Invisible Youth: Samantha Box

As the country celebrates LGBT Pride month throughout June, photographer Samantha Box aims to remind us that, in spite of tremendous progress, vulnerable LGBT youth still suffer in the shadows.

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Maggie Steber
Out There

Maggie Steber’s ‘Rite of Passage’ and the Gift of Memory

When Maggie Steber realized her mother would never get better, she began taking photographs. Her film ‘Rite of Passage,’ about the end of her mother’s life, premieres June 11.

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Michael Nagle—Getty Images
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: June 1 – June 8

From the final journey of the space shuttle Enterprise in New York and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in London to a landmark trial in Egypt and the once-in-a-lifetime Transit of Venus, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Courtesy of the artist and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Photo Essay

Shane Lavalette: Musical Heritage in the New South

Photographer Shane Lavalette turned to music in order to capture the American South for a project commissioned by the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

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