Topic: Photojournalism

Gaza Strip, Gaza City: Palestinians travel to a shelter at a UN school after evacuating their homes near the border in Gaza City on July 13, 2014. ALESSIO ROMENZI
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Innocents in the Crossfire: Alessio Romenzi’s Shocking Photographs From Gaza

The world has become used to seeing images of dead civilians caught in the crossfire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, says Italian photographer Alessio Romenzi. Yet, he believes it’s his role to bear witness for future generations

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Democratic Republic of Congo War
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Things Fall Apart: Masculinity and Violence in Congo

Can failed masculinity contribute to violence, asks photographer Pete Muller, who, for the past year, has studied the relationships between ideals of manhood and violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Angelica Dass
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Nine Brazilian Photographers You Need to Follow

The most exciting contemporary Brazilian photography takes possession of the clashes of culture, ethnicity and philosophies that make up the country.

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China/personal project/[Sub/Urban]/on-going/ March 2014/Urbanisation/Guangzhou/picture by Sim Chi Yin / VII Stuck in a moment: In the middle of what is Guangzhou's new Central Business District, this one-time fishing village now lies in a half-demolished state and legal limbo as villagers challenge the government in court for more compensation for their land. Meanwhile, the new business district, with its posh hotels and plush office blocks has arisen all around the urban village which has now largely become cheap housing for migrant workers and remaining residents. All over China, people are being moved off the land and up into apartment blocks, and rural land turned into new towns, as China is swept by a government-engineered massive urbanisation push -- changing landscapes, livelihoods and lifestyles in a single generation. The past year was a watershed in the world’s most populous country: for the first time, there are more Chinese living in urban areas than rural ones.
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Sim Chi Yin Joins VII Photo as an Interim Member

After three years on VII Photo’s Mentor Program, China-based photographer Sim Chi Yin has joined the agency as a full member. She speaks to TIME about her plans and her transition from writing to photography.

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CIUDAD BOLIVAR, VENEZUELA - APRIL 2013: General vision of Vistahermosa Prison. An elevated water tank with the name of the carro "Galaxticos" illuminates the jail overnight and reminds all who are in charge. In the left, a mural with the chief of the prison, the inmate Wilmer Brizuela. (Photo by Sebastián Liste/ Reportage by Getty Images)
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NOOR Welcomes Sebastian Liste and Asim Rafiqui

Photographers Sebastian Liste and Asim Rafiqui have joined the Amsterdam-based Noor photo agency, TIME can reveal

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A Long Walk (Refugee Shoe Project)
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Shannon Jensen Wins the 2014 Inge Morath Award

Shannon Jensen has won this year’s Inge Morath Award for her project A Long Walk, which depicts Sudan refugees’ “worn-down, ill-fitting and jerry-rigged shoes”

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Lynsey Addario joins Reportage by Getty Images

Photojournalist Lynsey Addario, a TIME contributor and former VII Photo member, has joined the Reportage by Getty Images photo agency.

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USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1966. Muhammad ALI on a bridge overlooking the Chicago River and the city's skyline.
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Printing Money on Instagram: A Guide for Photographers

Can Instagram offer a new revenue source to photographers? Magnum Photos seems to think so as it offers, for a limited time, an unprecedented selection of prints from its roster of award-winning photographers

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May 21, 2014. Members of the Donbass Battalion, a pro-Ukraine militia formed to curb pro-Russian separatists in the east of Ukraine.
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#LightboxFF: Brendan Hoffman in Eastern Ukraine

While covering the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, photographer Brendan Hoffman was confronted with “the dilemma of aestheticizing violence and death,” and learned that beauty can be a powerful tool in times of crisis.

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Khashayar Sharifae
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#LightBoxFF: Everyday Iran With Khashayar Sharifaee

Iranian photographer and industrial design student Khashayar Sharifaee uses Instagram to document the often unseen daily lives of ordinary Iranians through surreal, documentary snapshots and dreamlike, blended images

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