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Celebrating The Times Magazine's Most Iconic Images
When you work for a magazine that produces 52 issues a year, there is not a lot of time for reflecting on the past. But that's exactly what Kathy Ryan, the longtime photo editor of The New York Times Magazine, was asked to do for The New York Times Magazine Photographs, a revealing new book to be published by Aperture this October.
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september 2011 by tysone
Julie Platner's Coverage of a Slain Neo-Nazi Leader
“I’m trying to give human voice to people that most of society sees as monsters,” said Julie Platner, a 28-year-old photojournalist and video journalist in Brooklyn.
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may 2011 by tysone
Lynsey Addario: 'It's What I Do' — Why She Will Cover War Again
Some comments said: “How dare a woman go to a war zone?” and “How could The New York Times let a woman go to the war zone?”<br />
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To me, that’s grossly offensive. This is my life, and I make my own decisions.
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march 2011 by tysone
Damon Winter: Through My Eye, Not Hipstamatic’s
At the heart of all of these photos is a moment or a detail or an expression that tells the story of these soldiers’ day-to-day lives while on a combat mission. Nothing can change that. No content has been added, taken away, obscured or altered. These are remarkably straightforward and simple images.
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february 2011 by tysone
The New York Times Hits a Grand Slam with Flex
Kathy Ryan, director of photography at The New York Times Magazine, commissioned the photographer Dewey Nicks to shoot some of the top players in women's tennis with the new Phantom Flex camera.
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august 2010 by tysone
Essay: Too Many Angles on Suffering? - Lens Blog - NYTimes.com
Patrick Witty writes, "Photographers from across the globe descended on Haiti last month after the earthquake. As the death toll grew, more photographers arrived ... At one point there were almost certainly too many photographers in Haiti. But which point?"
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february 2010 by tysone
On Assignment: Prayers in the Dark
Damon Winter of The New York Times arrived in Port-au-Prince on Wednesday. He has been traveling through the city in a car shared with Ron Haviv of the VII photo agency and Timothy Fadek, both veteran conflict photographers. James Estrin spoke with Mr. Winter by cellphone at midnight Thursday.
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january 2010 by tysone

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