Magnus Nystedt

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Thomas Holton on Documenting Life Inside a Cramped New York City Apartment

<i>Thomas Holton began photographing in the heart of New York City's Chinatown in 2003 while working towards his MFA as a way to explore his identity as</i> …

The week's best photojournalism

A devotee takes a holy bath in River Saali during the Swasthani Brata Katha festival in Kathmandu, Nepal. | (<i>REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar)</i><p>Dogs pull a …

Historic photojournalism depicting the growth of Irish nationalism

“The Irish can’t forget their history because the English refuse to remember it,” says Luke Dodd, quoting renowned academic Terry Eagleton. If that’s …

In Memoriam: Remembering the Photographers We Lost in 2015

Le Mistral, Enroute Arles-Paris, 1975<br>Charles Harbutt<p>1 of 21<p><b>Correction appended, Jan. 4</b><p>Each year, as TIME LightBox commemorates the photographers we …

The year's best photojournalism

Refugees and migrants reach the Greek Island coast of Lesbos on Oct. 11. | (<i>Antonio Masiello/NurPhoto/Corbis</i>)<p>A Hindu widow lies on a mixture of …

Jeb Bush

An Intimate Look at the Plight of Thousands of Refugees Stranded in Lesbos, Greece

When German photographer Kai Löffelbein touched down on the island of Lesbos early this fall, where as many as two to four thousand refugees come …

Teargas

See How 4 Photojournalism Students Covered the Missouri Campus Protests

Posters from a "#RacismLivesHere" rally are displayed at Jesse Hall at the University of Missouri campus following a stu<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Justin L. …

Photographers reveal the stories behind 2015's most powerful pictures

Photojournalists work ceaselessly to capture these events and their effects on individuals, and photographers for Reuters were always on the scene, taking some of the year's most newsworthy and captivating photos.<p>But most of the time, we don't get the full story behind the photo; how it came to be …

Harrowing Photographs Capture the Gravity of the HIV / AIDS Epidemic in Tijuana

<i>Transgender sex worker Fernanda Sanchez waits for clients at night on a street in Tijuana’s red light district. Transgender women and gay men have</i> …

Final winners of IdeasTap and Magnum Photos documentary photography award announced

As arts charity IdeasTap closes its doors, its final grants will help develop new documentary photography talent from across the Balkans and Middle …

Slow photojournalism: The rise of long-term assignments

<b>Long-term photography projects are not new, but increasing numbers of photographers are embracing in-depth storytelling and creating series over longer periods of time, juggling this work alongside commissioned assignments. Gemma Padley explores this growing trend.</b><p>Photographers, especially those …

Photo essay: Inside a drought-ravaged farmworker shantytown

As California's drought entered its fourth year, farm laborers struggled to find work as farmers fallowed fields and destroyed trees to save water. …

Photo Essays

TIME's Best Photojournalism of 2015

A Donald Trump rally in Sarasota, Fla., on Nov. 28, 2015.From "Person of the Year." December 21, 2015 issue.<br>Landon Nordeman for TIME<p>1 of 42<p>In 2015, …

John Brian King: LAX: Photographs of Los Angeles 1980-84

I seem to be at LAX (the Los Angeles Airport) at least once a week and have gotten to know it in a more significant way over the years. It’s an …

Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York’s Other Half

This photograph was taken blocks away from where my daughter lives on the Lower East side. The mental juxtaposition of New York tenement life at the …

Yale University Unveils 170,000 Fascinating Photos Documenting the Great Depression and WWII

During the mid-1930s, in the thick of the Great Depression, the New Deal administration sent photographers like Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Arthur Rothstein to document all walks of American life across the country. Under the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, those …

Gordon Parks’ photos of segregation at Salon 94 Freemans.

Gordon Parks was always a photographer with a mission.<p>“I picked up a camera because it was my choice of weapon against what I hated most about the …

Interview: Laura Wilson on the Wild West

<i>The title of Laura Wilson’s new book and exhibition, That Day, signals that the project is a series of moments in time. Subtitled “Pictures of the</i> …

Art

'Richard Nickel: Dangerous Years' and 'Gotta Go Gotta Flow' capture Chicago's past

As a concept, "documentary photography" has always been a bit slippery. In its heyday, the 1930s, '40s and '50s, the genre purported to convey the truth — the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me God — even as some of its greatest practitioners routinely engaged in darkroom …

Street Photography

LensCulture Visual Storytelling Awards 2015

Lars Boering<p><i>Managing Director</i><br>World Press Photo<br>Amsterdam, The Netherlands<p>Lars Boering is the Managing Director of World Press Photo, the world's leading international contest in visual journalism. He has been actively involved with photography for many years. He has (co)produced exhibitions with …

See the Dramatic Differences Between Identical Twins Over Time

Chinese artist Gao Rongguo has created a series of portrait photographs that are both beautiful and emotional. In these portraits of identical twins …

Powerful and Surreal Photos Show Daily Life in War-Torn Afghanistan

For the past two decades, Iranian photographer Majid Saeedi has documented humanitarian issues in the Middle East. He was recently selected as the …

Photographer Jonathan May on the Most Important Photo He’s Ever Taken

<b>Jonathan May</b>: The photograph I took of Stanford, the young boy in Kenya with a rare disease, Xeroderma pigmentosum, an autosomal recessive genetic …

Photography

Inside The Danish School of Media and Journalism - the global incubator of great photojournalists

Located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula of Denmark, The Danish School of Media and Journalism has only two on-staff instructors and an …

In the Trenches with War Photographer Lynsey Addario

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San Franciso’s Gay Community During the 1980s Photographed by Thomas Alleman

<i>Dancing in the Dragons Jaws</i> is Los Angeles-based photographer Thomas Alleman’s profound and nuanced body of work taken of San Francisco’s broader gay …