Topic: Photojournalism

Parrish Ruiz de Velasco
The Backstory

Chasing the Texas Tornado

Photographer Parrish Ruiz de Velasco captured the power of a tornado in Lancaster, Texas.

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LCpl. Sharon D. Kyle—U.S. Marine Corp
Out There

2011 Military Photographer of the Year

Beginning in 1960 the best men and women in uniform have competed to be the Military Photographer of the Year. Here are this year’s winners.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

The New Islamists: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

Morocco’s Islamists are not seeking to take their country back to some ancient golden age, but instead trying to bring it to the 21st Century without losing its religious moorings.

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Uli Deck—EPA
Man on the Wire

March Madness and April Fools: Strange but True Photos

In celebration of April Fool’s Day, LightBox presents photos that prove truth can be as astounding as fiction.

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Tomas Munita for TIME
Photo Essay

Church and State: The Role of Religion in Cuba

Before Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cuba for today’s visit, photographer Tomas Munita examined the role of religion in the nation, where bishops have emerged as political as well as spiritual players.

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Larry Towell—Magnum
In Progress

Another Side of Afghanistan by Larry Towell

From 2008 to 2011, Towell traveled to Afghanistan five times, documenting in both photographs and videos the various social issues that plague its citizens, from drug addiction and poverty to the prevalence of landmines. The work is part of a new show and slated to be an upcoming book.

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William Daniels
In Progress

Faded Tulips: Kyrgyzstan’s Counterfeit Revolution

William Daniels shows a Kyrgyzstan as haunted by the past as it is uncertain for its future.

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Syria
Photo Essay

Inside Syria: Photographs by Rodrigo Abd

In a TIME exclusive, AP photographer Rodrigo Abd describes his harrowing recent experience documenting the Syrian civil war.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

On the Ground: Safe from #Kony?

TIME reports from the Central African village where the U.S. Military has set up camp to help track down the LRA’s Joseph Kony.

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Eugene Richards
Closeup

One Year Later: The Story of Eugene Richards’ ‘War is Personal’ Continues

A year after LightBox launched, we catch up with Eugene Richards about how a photography project can follow a photographer.

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