Topic: Photojournalism

Joseba Etxaburu–Reuters
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: July 6 – July 13

From Libya’s landmark election and America’s heat wave to Spain’s running of the bulls and captured Syrian Army soldiers, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Adam Golfer
In Progress

Vignettes from a Contested Land: An American Photographer in the West Bank

American photographer Adam Golfer’s images of the West Bank look beyond the hurly burly of one of the world’s intractable conflicts.

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Adek Berry—AFP/Getty Images
Man on the Wire

Silhouettes in the News

More than 200 years ago, the silhouette was the foremost way to document one’s appearance, but it’s still widely used in photographic frames today. From capturing the world’s protests and politicians to wildfires and war zones, LightBox looks at the use of silhouettes on the wires this month.

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Rahmat Gul–AP
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: June 22 – June 29

From the health care ruling and the Colorado wildfires to the U.S. Olympic trials and baby giant pandas, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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André Liohn—Prospekt
Out There

Almost Dawn in Libya: Exclusive Interactive Panorama

André Liohn, one of the guiding forces behind the Almost Dawn in Libya initiative, spoke to LightBox from Misrata, Libya, where he was preparing for the project’s final stage.

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Rafiq Maqbool—AP
Man on the Wire

Gimme Shelter: Umbrellas Around The World

Come rain or shine, TIME presents a collection of recent umbrellas around the world.

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Oded Balilty—AP
Man on the Wire

The Stone Throwers of Palestine

Israeli photographer Oded Balilty’s portraits offer a unique take on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

Egypt in Flux: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

Days after Egypt’s first democratic presidential vote, the question of who won remains a matter of contention.

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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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Nicole Tung
Photo Essay

As Syria Grieves: Photographs by Nicole Tung

Photojournalist Nicole Tung documented the aftermath of a mortar attack by Syrian Army forces last week. Here she writes about the harrowing images and a family suffering in grief.

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