Topic: War Photography

Soldiers playing football, Army training camp, 1917
Out There

1914 – 1918: The War Years in Photographs

What was life like 100 years ago during World War I? Lisa Hostetler, of the Department of Photography at George Eastman House, takes a look at her archives, unearthing little-known images of a world at war

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Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash
Photo Essay

Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash: ‘Unreal’ Scenes from Photographer Jerome Sessini

Late Thursday, a field of sunflowers in eastern Ukraine was transformed into a scene of a tragedy when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was brought down by a surface-to-air missile. Jerome Sessini was one of the first people to arrive. He wasn’t prepared for what he was saw.

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Agence LeJournal/SIPA via TIME
Photo Essay

Witness to a Syrian Execution: “I Saw a Scene of Utter Cruelty”

A rare series of images from a photojournalist chronicles a harrowing scene near Aleppo.

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Battle Company
Out There

Revisiting Memory and Preserving Legacy: Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros

Nearly two years ago, photographers Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros were killed in Misrata, Libya. A new documentary on Hetherington’s life, produced by friend Sebastian Junger, premieres on HBO April 18, 2013. Here, photographer Peter van Agtmael reflects on the memory of his colleagues and the legacy of their lives.

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Image: Grief, Kerch, Crimea, January 1942
Out There

World War II Through Soviet Jewish Eyes

A young American historian named David Shneer spent the better part of a decade tracking down photographs of Soviet Jewish photographers for a new exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City.

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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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John Moore—Getty (left); Yuri Kozyrev / NOOR for TIME (right)
Man on the Wire

Two Takes: One Picture, Two Photographers

The romantic notion is that photojournalists bare unique witness to the events of the world as they unfold around them. In reality, due to circumstance, comfort and organizational requirements, photographers often find themselves in the company of fellow photojournalists, working side by side, when covering the news.

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Suzanne Opton
Out There

Soldier Down: The Portraits of Suzanne Opton

It’s difficult to make a new kind of portrait of a soldier in an age when they have been depicted in such iconic manner in the media. But in her new book Soldier/Many Wars, artist Suzanne Opton does so by staging slight performances in front of the camera.

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David Douglas Duncan / TIME & LIFE Pictures
Photo Essay

David Douglas Duncan: A LIFE Magazine War Photographer Looks Back

On the magazine’s 75th anniversary, TIME speaks to one of LIFE’s most well-known photojournalists.

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Condition ONE
Toolbox

A New Way to Photograph War: Condition ONE Launches Today

Danfung Dennis introduces Condition ONE, an app that could change the way photographers capture, and viewers experience, war.

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