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NYT Photo

Daguerreotypes: "one of the most beautiful discoveries of the age"
Vintage photos offer a glimpse into New York's photographic history
My visit to the #ISIS front line in Eastern Mosul. Interactive video for @nytimes w/@LizOBaylen & @salvesergio
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The hidden history of photography and New York
“I decided to go back a document people who are repressed under Russian rule.” Photographing Crimea:
Gaza in its isolation seems at a loss for what might — or even should — come next
Documenting the furry inhabitants of a Miami dog shelter
Photographing changes in Crimean daily life
In 1928, Henry Ford tried to turn a swath of Brazilian jungle into a Midwest fantasyland. A tour of Fordlândia:
.@realDonaldTrump talks with Special asst. Omarosa Manigault during a visit to the National Museum of African American History in Washington
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Malcolm X was killed 52 years ago today. In this 360° video, a collaboration with @povdocs, a witness looks back.
"Everything has drastically changed for everyone." A Crimean photographer documents her annexed home
Malcolm X was killed 52 years ago today in NYC. In this 360 video made with @povdocs, a witness recalls that day.
A Crimean photographer documents daily life in her annexed homeland
"We have voices. We can dig up the story, weave the narrative and make it beautiful."
Roughly 163,000 oil jobs were lost nationally from the 2014 peak, or about 30 percent of the total
An uncertain future for photojournalism? She begs to differ:
“Southern California now has more venture capital and angel investors than it has ever had before”
This photographer hopes to solve the "problem of dog oversupply one dog at a time"
The town of Fordlândia stands as a crumbling testament to the folly of trying to bend the jungle to the will of man
The Tohono O’odham Nation’s reservation in Arizona extends along 62 miles of the border
A child of Kashmir's war grows up to document it
.@leslyedavis discussed the future of photojournalism with Lens co-editor @JamesEstrin
Despite all the lost workers, United States oil production is galloping upward
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