Lasting Love, by the Letters


When Lauren Fleishman discovered her grandparents’ love letters, she decided to find couples who have stayed married for a half-century or more.

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Photographing a Filipino View of the Streets


An exhibit opening this week in the Philippines showcases the work of street photographers, many of whom live among that country’s far-flung diaspora.

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Shooting the Moon


A loose-knit group of photographers in Los Angeles meet monthly with a very specific purpose: to make the perfect photograph of planes set against the moon.

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Survival and Death in a Faraway War


Vivid autochromes document how 170,000 West African soldiers took part in World War I’s most decisive conflicts, enduring the brutality of combat, the ravages of frostbite and the deaths of their comrades in arms.

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An Overnight Stay at Hotel 22


A bus route in Silicon Valley has become a well-known overnight shelter for the homeless. The video journalist Elizabeth Lo rode Line 22, documenting its many patrons throughout the night.

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On South County, Alabama


After moving to Alabama, RaMell Ross began to make photos that redefined his view of a place where history gave way to the routines of everyday life.

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Women Fighting for Their Land and Opportunity


In a hard-to-reach corner of Myanmar, Adriane Ohanesian went in search of the young female fighters of the Kachin Independence Army, which has waged a long civil war.

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A Toddler’s View of New York City


Diego Acosta López wanted to document New York from his son’s perspective: inside a stroller. Thousands of pictures (including little feet and hands) ensued.

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Recalling Romania’s Revolution


Joseph Rodriguez may be best known for his work in urban America, but his new book, “Romania,” shows him to be a photographer of the world.

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An Immigrant’s Dream for a Better Life


Going behind the numbers and beyond the political debate, Mark Abramson got close to a young immigrant whose parents took her to California despite not having proper authorization.

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Third Annual New York Portfolio Review


Once again, photographers are invited to apply for a weekend of critiques and community, where they will meet with gallerists, editors and publishers. It’s free (and fun).

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The Jihadist in Our Family


After noticing social media posts from Malaysians who had gone to Syria to join extremist groups, Poh Si Teng traveled to her homeland to talk with their relatives about why they became jihadists.

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Layers That Conceal and Reveal


The urban landscape offers Luis Mallo a chance to find layered, complex compositions that reveal his intent.

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