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We are proud of Lens co-founder @joshhaner who won a photo Pulitzer today.
.@TylerHicksPhoto on his Pulitzer Prize in photo: "You owe it to each person to not forget."
NY Times Wins Both Photo Pulitzers: Tyler Hicks for Nairobi attack, Josh Haner for Boston victim's recovery
New York Times Wins Two Photography Pulitzers, @TylerHicksPhoto in breaking news and @joshhaner in features:
"The evening is a get out of jail free card for the girls who attend." The secret world of bachelorette parties.
From the outrageous to the sublime: photos of bachelorette parties by @DLitovsky
Jerry Liebling's color photos show the beauty of everyday life and the dignity of each of his subjects
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Jerry Liebling's lyrical vision combines passionate idealism with recognition of the dignity of everyday people
"His photos showed people doing the day-to-day things to just survive." Jerome Liebling's photos of the everyday man.
"What happens to a face after a fight" : B&W portraits of boxing champions — Holyfield, Frazier, Mayweather and more.
Classic black-and-white portraits of some of the world's best boxers — giving hints of personality beyond the ring.
Frederic Brenner looks at Israel “without complacency but with great compassion,” with both criticism and affection:
Frederic Brenner's photos of Israel, a country where everyone seems to be the opposite of someone else
Deeply personal and intimate reflections on @NiedringhausAP, from those who worked closely with her in the industry.
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Photo: Ms. Quimi butchering a deer her husband hunted. Exploring a town with no children.
Santiago Arcos discovered a tiny town in Ecuador that had no children. He was 19, and knew he had to tell that story.
"Making these images, I’m looking at removing that facade." John Edmonds challenges the concept of masculinity.
A Turning Point Q&A with young photog, John Edmonds, who wants his work to portray men with more emotional subtlety.
"To be a photographer is not just about taking the pictures." @donnaferrato speaking at the New York Portfolio Review.