Topic: Photojournalism

Larry Burrows—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
Out There

Three War Photographers: Feel Fear, Keep Going

On Memorial Day, we look back at a video created to honor three recipients of Time Inc’s prestigious Briton Hadden Lifetime Achievement Award last year for their incredible dedication to war photography.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

After the Revolution: Libya Photographed by Yuri Kozyrev

Abigail Hauslohner drove across Libya with photographer Yuri Kozyrev, and found a new country along the way.

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Greg Miller
Photo Essay

Joplin: One Year After the Tornado

Photographer Greg Miller traveled to Joplin, Mo., in the days leading up to the anniversary of the tornado that devastated the city last year.

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Photo by Marco Grob for TIME
The Backstory

Behind the Cover: Marco Grob Photographs Benjamin Netanyahu

In late April, Marco Grob traveled to Jerusalem to photograph Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for this week’s cover story by TIME’s managing editor Rick Stengel.

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Christopher Morris—VII for TIME
The Backstory

America’s Last Living POW: Christopher Morris Photographs a Family in Waiting

Photographer Christopher Morris, who has documented combat and statesmanship alike, traveled to Hailey, Idaho, to photograph Bob and Jani Bergdahl for TIME.

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Robert Capa—©International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos
Out There

UPDATED: Robert Capa, Friend of Anton

On Tuesday evening, Christie’s held its first-ever auction of contemporary photojournalism prints. The event, which was hosted by Christiane Amanpour, was to benefit the family of the late Anton Hammerl.

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Alex Masi
Out There

The New Photojournalistic Social Advocacy: Nuru Project

Nuru Project helps photojournalists make a difference in the world—but it also re-introduces the frequently discussed matter of whether the journalist’s job is to make that difference or to record things as they are.

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Christopher Morris—VII
In Progress

Men in Black: The Secret Service Photographed by Christopher Morris

With their stock-straight postures, impenetrable gazes and curly earpieces directing their movements via disembodied voices, members of the United States Secret Service have long maintained an aura of mystery for civilians—White House photographers included.

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Sacha Lecca—Rolling Stone, courtesy of the South Street Seaport Museum
Out There

Fight for Your Right: Resources for Photographers Covering Protests

In preparation for Occupy Wall Street’s day of action on May 1, LightBox offers a few tips for photographers—professional and amateur alike–who plan to cover the protests.

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Gregory Bull—AP
Man on the Wire

So Long, Swoosh: Bidding Farewell to Callista Gingrich’s Famous Bob

With Newt Gingrich leaving the presidential race, LightBox looks back on Callista Gingrich’s now-famous Swoosh, which seemed to captivate photographers all along the campaign trail.

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