Topic: Photojournalism

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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Paris, France. 19 Mars 2014.Pierre Terdjman #dysturb
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In Paris, Photojournalism Hits the Streets

French photojournalist Pierre Terdjman has decided to cut out the middle man. Frustrated to see magazines pass on his reports from Central African Republic, he’s taken to the streets – posting his images on Paris’ walls in a bid to bring the news directly to the people.

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Face to Face on the Front Lines: TIME Talks to Bulent Kilic

TIME talks to Bulent Kilic, a bold young photographer whose compassion and integrity are as strong as his imagery.

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Christian Werner—laif/Redux
Photo Essay

Christian Werner in Post-War Iraq: A Photographer Investigates a Health Crisis

Photojournalist Christian Werner made two trips to Iraq in 2012, and returned with a series of images that shed light on a growing post-war public health issue

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Gulinga.
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Amid the Atrocities: William Daniels Returns to Central African Republic

Documentary photographer William Daniels captures Central African Republic at a moment of doubt, fear and uncertainty as a series of bloody clashes and violent attacks have plunged the country into one of its darkest periods in modern history.

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North Korea Marathon
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Pictures of the Week: April 11 — April 18

From the sinking of a South Korean passenger ferry to the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, to Passover in Jerusalem and Holy Week around the world, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

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City of Dreams
Photo Essay

Playacting for Power in Istanbul: Portraits of Protesters and Soap Opera Stars

Following a long hiatus away from photography after being injured in Libya, photojournalist Guy Martin writes for LightBox about his newest project pairing the theatricality of Istanbul’s protests with the drama of its soap opera stages.

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Patrick Brown—Panos
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Traded to Extinction: Portraits of Poaching in Asia

Bangkok-based photographer Patrick Brown spent more than 10 years documenting the underbelly of the illegal wildlife trade in Asia

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