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  1. The Police Photoshopped His Mug Shot for a Lineup. He’s Not the Only One. U.S., Yesterday

    When witness descriptions made no mention of a suspect’s facial tattoos, the police airbrushed them away for an identification lineup. The practice goes beyond one case.

  2. As Amazon Fires Spread, So Do the Misleading Photos World, August 23

    The fires are real. But the photographs that celebrities and politicians are sharing? Well, it depends.

  3. 12 Instagram Accounts That Reveal Life as a Times Journalist Reader Center, August 23

    Use these feeds to visit the New York Times Building, travel around Afghanistan, find cooking inspiration and more.

  4. La moda de tomarse fotos ultravioleta para detectar daños en la piel en Español, August 22

    Una tecnología se ha vuelto muy popular entre dermatólogos, marcas de protectores solares y artistas.

  5. How We Created Our 50 States Quiz Times Insider, August 22

    A team of editors wanted to highlight images from across America for the 60th anniversary of the day Hawaii became a state.

  6. Should You Get a Scary UV Photo of Your Skin Damage? Style, August 16

    A technology grows in popularity among dermatologists, sunscreen brands and artists.

  7. Barbara Crane, 91, Dies; Photographer Found Abstract in the Ordinary Arts, August 15

    A master of illusion, Ms. Crane transformed the quotidian into the quirky by distorting images through a variety of formats.

  8. Commuting Has Always Been Soul-Crushing, but There Are Inspiring Options Business, August 15

    Instead of the freeway, try a seaplane.

  9. New York Galleries: What to See Right Now Arts, August 14

    Gina Beavers’s vexing high-relief paintings; sculptural works in glass from Monica Cook; and RongRong chronicles the bohemians of Beijing’s East Village.

  10. Recapturing a Lost World in ‘Provincetown’ Style, August 14

    A chance remark led to the discovery of a cache of images by the photographer Joel Meyerowitz, documenting a vanished world and a time before AIDS.

  11. Documenting a City’s Nocturnal Living Reader Center, August 14

    Adjusting to the effects of climate change in Phoenix has been a slow burn for its residents. Covering it required these two journalists to flip their internal clocks.

  12. La novia, el novio y su gran sesión fotográfica griega en Español, August 13

    Para muchas parejas asiáticas, la isla de Santorini se ha convertido en un destino de lujo para hacerse fotos antes de la boda.

  13. Photos of Ferguson: What They Saw U.S., August 9

    Three photographers sent to cover the unrest in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s death reflect on their work for The New York Times.

  14. Beatles Fans Come Together on Abbey Road for a 50-Year Anniversary World, August 8

    Hundreds of people gathered at a London crosswalk, where musical history was made at a zebra crossing.

  15. Toni Morrison Dancing: Photos of the Author at Work and Play Books, August 6

    Irresistible vitality and intensity were cornerstones of her extraordinary life.

  16. Vogue Beyoncé Portrait Heading to Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Style, August 6

    Tyler Mitchell, the first African-American photographer and one of the youngest to shoot a cover for Vogue, announced the news on Tuesday.

  17. Roger Ballen Revisits His Never-Before-Published Woodstock Photos Arts, August 6

    The internationally renowned artist was just 19 when he took his trusty Nikon to the festival. Only one was ever published — till now.

  18. The Bride, the Groom and the Greek Sunset: A Perfect Wedding Picture World, August 6

    For many Asian couples, the Greek island of Santorini has become the ultimate destination for pre-wedding photographs.

  19. A Dish Towel for Your Instagrammer Food, August 5

    The vibrant food photos of the photographer Renée Comet cover these towels and aprons.

  20. In Chicago, Overlooked Achievements by L.G.B.T.Q. Artists Arts, August 2

    An ambitious survey of underrecognized gay artists of the last half century.

  21. ‘Jay Myself’ Review: A Photographer Parts With His SoHo Paradise Movies, July 30

    This documentary about Jay Maisel shows how a six-story building became his nest and a space for his hoardings.