T/photography

  1. Wedding Photographers Share Their Favorite Moments Fashion, Yesterday

    Some of the best photos — from teary-eyed first looks to candid dance moves — are captured when least expected.

  2. Framing the Impeachment Case: An Inside Look at Opposing Legal Teams U.S., Yesterday

    In their own words, here is how the House managers and President Trump’s defense team view impeachment.

  3. Bill Ray, Photographer of Indelible Moments, Dies at 83 Arts, January 27

    He captured Marilyn Monroe singing “Happy birthday, Mr. President,” Elvis Presley as an Army private, scenes of war and urban unrest, and much more.

  4. The Photographer of Choice for Influencers Is Everywhere Style, January 24

    Bryant Eslava, 27, shoots the biggest online stars, and in the process, has become one himself.

  5. Survivors: Faces of Life After the Holocaust Interactive, January 24

    Portraits of Holocaust survivors, shot by Martin Schoeller for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp in Germany.

  6. Sounds of the City Arts, January 22

    We sent four photographers to capture New York’s soundscape in images. Here’s what they saw (and heard).

  7. What Happened to Choupette? Style, January 21

    Karl Lagerfeld’s cat, and rumored heir, has become a business unto herself.

  8. Los 17 retratos gigantes que sacudieron a un pueblito del sur de Estados Unidos en Español, January 20

    Newnan, Georgia, decidió utilizar el arte para ayudar a la comunidad a celebrar la diversidad y abrazar el cambio. No todos estaban listos para lo que vieron.

  9. How 17 Outsize Portraits Rattled a Small Southern Town U.S., January 19

    Newnan, Ga., decided to use art to help the community celebrate diversity and embrace change. Not everyone was ready for what they saw.

  10. National Archives Apologizes for Altering Image of 2017 Women’s March U.S., January 18

    A photo from the march displayed at the National Archives was altered to blur signs that were critical of President Trump or might be offensive, officials said.

  11. The Changing Colors of Istanbul Opinion, January 18

    Orhan Pamuk walks through his city, photographing its streets at night. He discovers new light and new realities.

  12. The Real Fashion Trend of Glenda Bailey’s Bazaar Style, January 17

    Make no mistake: The departing editor actually changed glossy magazines as we knew them. But to what end?

  13. Two Days of History on Capitol Hill U.S., January 16

    As the impeachment trial of President Trump begins, theatrical ritual — and gravity — are on display.

  14. I.C.P. to Reopen at Essex Crossing Arts, January 14

    A four-story, 40,000-square-foot space will bring the photography center’s exhibition and education spaces together under the same roof.

  15. Andy Warhol Through the Lens Arts, January 14

    Photography was Andy Warhol’s secret weapon — the architecture of his oeuvre. A new show highlights many of his rarely seen images.

  16. How I Captured the Devastation of Australia’s Fires in One Photo Reader Center, January 9

    In the image, viewers could see the impact on people and the planet. But at the time, I was just focusing on what to shoot next.

  17. ‘I’m Finished When I Start Looking at the World in a Different Way’ T Magazine, January 9

    The photographer Pieter Hugo, who has captured scenes from Nigeria to Mexico, takes T inside his studio.

  18. 3 … 2 … 1. Then Their Real Countdown Began. Reader Center, January 4

    Two Times photographers reflect on trying to capture the perfect shot on New Year’s Eve. In a sea of bodies. In three minutes.

  19. The Australia Wildfires in Pictures World, January 3

    Images of destruction, escape and the struggle to contain dozens of blazes as the country faces one of the worst wildfire seasons in its history.

  20. What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries Arts, January 2

    A baroness’s watercolors; Jasper Johns’s crosshatches; a survey of abstract photography; and Alice Miceli’s radiographs of Chernobyl.

  21. What the Year in Business News Looked Like Business, December 31

    A snapshot of our best photography and graphic illustrations from 2019.