Topic: Photojournalism

Edouard Elias—Getty Images / Aug. 21, 2012
The Backstory

Syria’s Agony: The Photographs That Moved Them Most

As the civil war in Syria reaches even newer levels of horror, TIME asked 28 photojournalists to reflect on their most powerful work from the conflict over the last year. Often directly putting their lives at risk, these photographers have recorded agonizing and traumatic moments for the world to see.

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Fernando Moleres — Incarcerated in Freetown
In Progress

Fernando Moleres and the Empathic Eye

In Sierra Leone, one of Africa’s poorest countries, prisons are cauldrons of violence and neglect. Spanish photographer Fernando Moleres documented the struggles facing inmates at the notorious Freetown Central Prison.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Out There

This Means War: A Look at Conflict Photography

WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath — a massive exhibition of conflict photography from the last 165 years — is on display now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Art critic Richard Lacayo reviewed the show in this week’s issue of TIME.

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Image: Zimbabwe’s first high-density suburb, Mbare, lies south of the capital city, Harare
Photo Essay

Under Mugabe: Robin Hammond Records the Suffering of Zimbabwe

Living on a grant from the Carmignac Foundation, Robin Hammond’s work records the brutality and struggle of life in Zimbabwe under Mugabe.

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Image: Jane Caravello, who lost her home on Kissam Avenue, spray-painted street numbers onto the remains of her house and her neighbors' homes, to aid insurance adjustors with property damage assessment. Thirteen houses were ripped from their foundations on this block.
In Progress

Sandy’s Aftermath: Devastation in Staten Island by Eugene Richards

In the wake of Sandy’s destruction, TIME asked Eugene Richards to document the widespread devastation on Staten Island.

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Image: Nov. 6, 2012. First Lady Michelle Obama, President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Jill Biden at the President's election night victory party in Chicago.
Photo Essay

Last Days on the Road with Obama by Brooks Kraft

As the 2012 presidential race came to an end, veteran political photographer Brooks Kraft was there to document the Obama campaign’s final road trip.

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Image: A truck submerged in water at the entrance to the Brooklyn-Battery tunnel in Lower Manhattan
In Progress

In the Eye of the Storm: Capturing Sandy’s Wrath

TIME commissioned five photographers to document Hurricane Sandy in various locations across the Eastern seaboard.

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Cédric Gerbehaye—Agence VU
In Progress

Cédric Gerbehaye’s Belgium: A Country in Flux

Belgian photographer Cédric Gerbehaye has spent his career documenting intra-country tensions around the world. In his most recent work he turns the camera back on his home country to delve into the very issues he has explored abroad for years.

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James Frank Hurley—Mitchell Library Collections / State Library of New South Wales–PXD 20/18
Out There

War/Photography by Geoff Dyer

A new show at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston examines the relationship between war and photography and how that relationship has changed over time. Here, Geoff Dyer writes about images that have shaped the perception of war since photography was invented.

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Lauren Fleishman for TIME
Photo Essay

Wheelchair Bodybuilders Muscle Their Way to the Top

Photographer Lauren Fleishman has spent the past year immersed in the world of wheelchair bodybuilding.

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