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Lens: Will Martin Parr’s Photos Change the World? He Doesn’t Think So

By MARTIN PARR and JONATHAN BLAUSTEIN

In documenting his homeland, the British photographer captures its contradictions and ambiguities with a sense of humor.

Lens: 50 Years After Altamont: The End of the 1960s

By BILL OWENS and JONATHAN BLAUSTEIN

A reluctant rock concert attendee, Bill Owens nevertheless photographed the disastrous 1969 music festival Altamont and the close of an era.

N.B.A. Photographers β€˜Do It for the Gram,’ Too

By ALEX WONG

New technology and the rise of social media have changed what it means to take pictures of the N.B.A. One new requirement: making the athletes look good on Instagram.

Lens: Despite Prison and Torture, Shahidul Alam Refuses to Stay Quiet

By DAVID GONZALEZ

Ahead of his court case, the Bangladeshi photojournalist and activist discussed democratizing photography and government censorship at the New York Portfolio Review.

Notre-Dame Photos: A Fire and Its Aftermath

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

The famed cathedral still stands, and a devastated France has one unwavering goal: It will be rebuilt.

Notre-Dame Fire Photos: Despair and Grief Amid Smoke and Flame

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

As hundreds of firefighters raced to the cathedral, in the center of the French capital, Parisians gathered to watch, many of them in tears.

Rites of Passage: Excavating My Childhood Photos β€” and Myself

By JACOB TOBIA

I wanted to uncover ancient shards of my childhood gender and piece them back into the whole.

N.B.A. Photographers β€˜Do It for the Gram,’ Too

By ALEX WONG

New technology and the rise of social media have changed what it means to take pictures of the N.B.A. One new requirement: making the athletes look good on Instagram.

Exposures: The Infinite Scroll

By CHRISTOPHER LEE and APARNA NANCHERLA

Life under the unbreakable lure of the screen.

Lens: A Mexican Photographer Explores the Enduring Bonds of Her Indigenous Culture

By CITLALI FABIÁN and DAVID GONZALEZ

The photographer Citlali Fabián documented the culture that persists and sustains in her hometown Yalálag, Mexico, and beyond, through its residents and its diaspora.

Scott Kelly Spent a Year Taking Photos in Space. They’re Beautiful.

By SCOTT KELLY

In orbit aboard the International Space Station, the astronaut wasn’t just gathering data for NASA’s Twins Study. He also produced some, well, stellar images.

Scott Kelly Spent a Year Taking Photos in Space. They’re Beautiful.

By SCOTT KELLY

In orbit aboard the International Space Station, the astronaut wasn’t just gathering data for NASA’s Twins Study. He also produced some, well, stellar images.

fixtures: Who Says Old-Fashioned Street Photography Is Dead?

By STEVEN KURUTZ

Jean Andre Antoine uses a camera from 1947 and spends nearly every day working the same SoHo block.

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