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  1. Capturing Love, It’s the Brooklyn Way Styles, May 27

    Love isn’t always black and white, and photographer Andre Wagner shows the range of the emotion through his gray-scale images....

  2. A Note for Memorial Day and the End of the School Year Learning, May 26

    A few things to read or view that express the meaning of this holiday — and information about what will publish when on our site in June....

  3. Australia’s ‘Stolen Generations’ Tell Their Stories Multimedia/Photos, May 24

    In “Generations Stolen,” Matthew Sherwood documents the fates of mixed-race aboriginal children who had been kidnapped from their families during Australia’s disastrous experiment with forced assimilation....

  4. Friday Mailbag: Manchester, Stereotypes and Social Security Math Editorial, May 26

    Readers wondered about the continued naming of the arena’s performer. Other concerns: a photo of food stamp recipients and a take on the U.S. debt....

  5. The Bombing, the Crime Scene Photos and the Outcry Editorial, May 25

    The smoke had barely cleared from the Manchester attack before The New York Times ran forensic-evidence images. British officials were angry. So were readers....

  6. A Mother’s Help Learning, May 26

    Though this mother’s role in her son’s life may be more newsworthy than most, what have your parents or guardians done for you that is particularly memorable?...

  7. The Week in Pictures: May 26, 2017 Multimedia/Photos, May 26

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  8. The Week in Pictures: May 26, 2017 Lens, May 26

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  9. The Week in Pictures: May 26, 2017 Slideshow, May 26

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  10. The Week in Pictures: May 26, 2017 Slideshow, May 26

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  11. ‘Magnum Manifesto,’ a 70-Year History Lesson in Photojournalism Weekend, May 25

    The International Center of Photography’s summer exhibition features the work of 75 professionals for Magnum Photos, including Henri Cartier-Bresson....

  12. Dani Mathers, Former Playboy Model, Gets Community Service for Snapchat of Woman in Gym National, May 25

    Ms. Mathers must remove graffiti in Los Angeles after taking a photograph of a naked 70-year-old in a shower area, in a case seen as body shaming....

  13. Real Life Film Noir in San Francisco Multimedia/Photos, May 25

    When Pamela Gentile became the staff photographer for the San Francisco International Film Festival, the event became her muse, with her photos evoking a sense of film noir mystery....

  14. Real Life Film Noir in San Francisco Lens, May 25

    When Pamela Gentile became the staff photographer for the San Francisco International Film Festival, the event became her muse, with her photos evoking a sense of film noir mystery.

  15. Australia’s ‘Stolen Generations’ Tell Their Stories Lens, May 24

    In “Generations Stolen,” Matthew Sherwood documents the fates of mixed-race aboriginal children who had been kidnapped from their families during Australia’s disastrous experiment with forced assimilation.

  16. Australia’s ‘Stolen Generations’ Tell Their Stories Slideshow, May 24

    In “Generations Stolen,” Matthew Sherwood documents the fates of mixed-race children who had been kidnapped from their families during Australia’s disastrous experiment with forced assimilation....

  17. Australia’s ‘Stolen Generations’ Tell Their Stories Slideshow, May 24

    In “Generations Stolen,” Matthew Sherwood documents the fates of mixed-race children who had been kidnapped from their families during Australia’s disastrous experiment with forced assimilation.

  18. Body Image Learning, May 24

    How accepting are you of your own body and looks?...

  19. Doing a 180 on Facebook 360 Photos Business, May 23

    Facebook converts many wide-angle panorama photos to 360-degree interactive images when they are uploaded, but you can revert to the original....

  20. The Manchester Concert Bombing in Pictures Foreign, May 23

    The deadly blast at an arena in Manchester, England, happened just as an Ariana Grande concert was ending....

  21. Rethinking How Science Is Seen Multimedia/Photos, May 23

    Since their earliest days, photography and science have been intertwined, going from single images of fleeting phenomena to using cameras that shoot a trillion frames per second....

  22. Rethinking How Science Is Seen Lens, May 23

    Since their earliest days, photography and science have been intertwined, going from single images of fleeting phenomena to using cameras that shoot a trillion frames per second.

  23. Rethinking How Science Is Seen Slideshow, May 23

    Since their earliest days, photography and science have been intertwined, going from single images of fleeting phenomena to using cameras that shoot a trillion frames per second....

  24. Rethinking How Science Is Seen Slideshow, May 23

    Since their earliest days, photography and science have been intertwined, going from single images of fleeting phenomena to using cameras that shoot a trillion frames per second.

  25. The ’60s Photographer Who Captured the Street in Vivid Color T Style, May 22

    A new show in London revisits the work of Joel Meyerowitz, who is known for his iconic pictures of Americana....

  26. Museum of the Future: Portable and Personal Multimedia/Photos, May 22

    Dayanita Singh has spent the past decade creating customizable photo books that are a portable exhibit and catalog in one....

  27. Museum of the Future: Portable and Personal Lens, May 22

    Dayanita Singh has spent the past decade creating customizable photo books that are a portable exhibit and catalog in one.

  28. Characters in an Untitled Film Series Styles, May 20

    The photographer Jake Michaels was inspired by Cindy Sherman’s “Untitled Film Stills” (1977-80) and sought to evoke something similar in modern-day Los Angeles....

  29. Stanley Greene, Whose Camera Captured War’s Brutality, Dies at 68 Business, May 19

    Mr. Greene, one of the leading war photographers of his generation, was a founding member of Noor Images who covered global conflicts with unblinking honesty....

  30. Stanley Greene, Teller of Uncomfortable Truths, Dies at 68 Multimedia/Photos, May 19

    Stanley Greene, a founding member of Noor Images who covered global conflicts with unblinking honesty, has died in Paris....

  31. Uncovering Missing or Deleted Photos Business, May 19

    If you inadvertently trash files from a drive or memory card, you may be able to get them back with file recovery software....

  32. Stanley Greene, Teller of Uncomfortable Truths, Dies at 68 Lens, May 19

    Stanley Greene, a founding member of Noor Images who covered global conflicts with unblinking honesty, has died in Paris.

  33. The Week in Pictures: May 19, 2017 Multimedia/Photos, May 19

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  34. The Week in Pictures: May 19, 2017 Lens, May 19

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  35. The Week in Pictures: May 19, 2017 Slideshow, May 19

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  36. The Week in Pictures: May 19, 2017 Slideshow, May 19

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  37. Food Photography, Over the Years T Style, May 18

    The writer and cookbook author Julia Turshen looks back on decades of delectable imagery in the new book "Feast for the Eyes."...

  38. ‘Standpipes of New York’ Multimedia/Photos, May 18

    Clay Benskin’s photographs of New York standpipes show them to have as much personality as the city’s residents....

  39. ‘Standpipes of New York’ Lens, May 18

    Clay Benskin’s photographs of New York standpipes show them to have as much personality as the city’s residents.

  40. ‘Standpipes of New York’ Slideshow, May 18

    Clay Benskin’s photographs of New York standpipes show them to have as much personality as the city’s residents....

  41. ‘Standpipes of New York’ Slideshow, May 18

    Clay Benskin’s photographs of New York standpipes show them to have as much personality as the city’s residents.

  42. Step Into Our Selfie Booth and Help Us Build Our Brand Business, May 17

    Retailers, restaurants and gyms are adding places for people to take pictures and post them online — a boon for the companies’ marketing....

  43. Britain’s Young Muslim Men as They Want to Be Seen Multimedia/Photos, May 17

    For years Mahtab Hussain has photographed working-class Asian Muslim men in England as part of a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists....

  44. Britain’s Young Muslim Men as They Want to Be Seen Lens, May 17

    For years Mahtab Hussain has photographed working-class Asian Muslim men in England as part of a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists.

  45. Britain’s Young Muslim Men as They Want to Be Seen Slideshow, May 17

    Mahtab Hussain has photographed Asian Muslim men in England in a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists....

  46. Britain’s Young Muslim Men as They Want to Be Seen Slideshow, May 17

    Mahtab Hussain has photographed Asian Muslim men in England in a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists.

  47. Water Escapes Learning, May 17

    What is your favorite escape on or near water, whether an ocean, lake, river, creek, pool or anywhere else?...

  48. Trove of Forgotten Steichen Photos Heads for Auction Culture, May 16

    The photos, with architectural plans, were produced for New York’s exhibition rooms at the “Century of Progress” world’s fair in Chicago in 1933....

  49. Susan Faludi: ‘In My World, Photographs Lie’ Multimedia/Photos, May 16

    Susan Faludi’s latest book, about her photographer father’s transition to a woman, originally had no photos. In time she realized that images are moments carved disingenuously out of continuous experience, but they can be redeemed by a...

  50. Susan Faludi: ‘In My World, Photographs Lie’ Lens, May 16

    Susan Faludi’s latest book, about her photographer father’s transition to a woman, originally had no photos. In time she realized that images are moments carved disingenuously out of continuous experience, but they can be redeemed by age.

  51. Susan Faludi: ‘In My World, Photographs Lie’ Slideshow, May 16

    Susan Faludi’s latest book, about her photographer father’s transition to a woman, originally had no photos. In time she realized that images are moments carved disingenuously out of continuous experience, but they can be redeemed by age....

  52. Susan Faludi: ‘In My World, Photographs Lie’ Slideshow, May 16

    Susan Faludi’s latest book, about her photographer father’s transition to a woman, originally had no photos. In time she realized that images are moments carved disingenuously out of continuous experience, but they can be redeemed by age.

  53. Math Problem Learning, May 16

    How long will it take you to figure out a problem that it took this boy less than a second to solve?...

  54. An Elegant, Lyrical Look at Black Lives by Black Photographers Multimedia/Photos, May 15

    The elegant, lyrical work from “The Black Photographers Annual,’’ a four-volume anthology published between 1973 and 1980 that showcased black photographers, is now exhibited at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts....

  55. An Elegant, Lyrical Look at Black Lives by Black Photographers Lens, May 15

    The elegant, lyrical work from “The Black Photographers Annual,’’ a four-volume anthology published between 1973 and 1980 that showcased black photographers, is now exhibited at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

  56. An Elegant, Lyrical Look at Black Lives by Black Photographers Slideshow, May 15

    A four-volume anthology published between 1973 and 1980 served as a showcase for black photographers who at the time had few places to display their work....

  57. An Elegant, Lyrical Look at Black Lives by Black Photographers Slideshow, May 15

    A four-volume anthology published between 1973 and 1980 served as a showcase for black photographers who at the time had few places to display their work.

  58. Amy Arbus Returns to Shooting Style, This Time Focusing on Headwear Styles, May 13

    “I decided to focus on headwear because I had gone to the Women’s March, and there was a crazy number of pussycat hats,” said Amy Arbus, a photographer who has been capturing street style in New York City since the 1980s. “I loved the fact...

  59. Far Rockaway: City, Sea and Wilderness Metropolitan, May 12

    Rob Stephenson’s photographs capture the contrasting environments and moods of a Queens neighborhood....

  60. How Photos Meant to Disappear May Not Business, May 12

    Instagram and Snapchat let you send photos and videos intended for a single viewing, but be advised: Those images may stick around longer....

  61. The Week in Pictures: May 12, 2017 Multimedia/Photos, May 12

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  62. On the Billboard Chart Learning, May 12

    What are you listening to these days?...

  63. The Week in Pictures: May 12, 2017 Lens, May 12

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  64. The Week in Pictures: May 12, 2017 Slideshow, May 12

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  65. The Week in Pictures: May 12, 2017 Slideshow, May 12

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  66. Point, Shoot, Belay: Snapping Pictures While Hanging From an Ice-Covered Mountain Insider, May 11

    “At each belay, Kacper would head up again and I’d take as many photos as I could while he remained in sight.”...

  67. Associated Press Rebuts Charge That It Aided Nazi Regime Business, May 11

    A review by the news agency acknowledges missteps but says it remained independent and provided factual reporting despite “intense pressures from Nazi Germany.”...

  68. ‘Save Some Film for This Jimi Hendrix Cat’ Multimedia/Photos, May 11

    In 1967, a quiet high school kid managed to get himself and his camera into the Monterey Pop Festival in California, where he witnessed Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar ablaze....

  69. ‘Save Some Film for This Jimi Hendrix Cat’ Lens, May 11

    In 1967, a quiet high school kid managed to get himself and his camera into the Monterey Pop Festival in California, where he witnessed Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar ablaze.

  70. ‘Save Some Film for This Jimi Hendrix Cat’ Slideshow, May 11

    In 1967, a quiet high school kid managed to get himself and his camera into the Monterey Pop Festival in California, where he witnessed Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar ablaze....

  71. ‘Save Some Film for This Jimi Hendrix Cat’ Slideshow, May 11

    In 1967, a quiet high school kid managed to get himself and his camera into the Monterey Pop Festival in California, where he witnessed Jimi Hendrix setting his guitar ablaze.

  72. Our Mothers as We Never Saw Them Op Ed, May 10

    Photos of our moms before they were mothers can challenge our ideas about motherhood....

  73. NYT Archives on Instagram: A Lighthearted Look Into Our Past Insider, May 10

    The Times archive has millions of photos. Each day, we resurface one....

  74. Meet Chen Man, the ‘Chinese Annie Leibovitz’ Styles, May 10

    Known for a dramatic style that challenges stereotypes about her home country, the photographer was recently honored at a gala in New York....

  75. How Photojournalists Cover Sexual Violence Against Women Multimedia/Photos, May 10

    The controversy over a young photographer’s depiction of a teenage girl forced into sex work raises questions of how to respectfully document victims of sexual violence....

  76. How Photojournalists Cover Sexual Violence Against Women Lens, May 10

    The controversy over a young photographer’s depiction of a teenage girl forced into sex work raises questions of how to respectfully document victims of sexual violence.

  77. The South Korean Election, in Pictures Foreign, May 9

    Voters turned out in large numbers to pick a new president after the ouster in March of Park Geun-hye over a corruption scandal....

  78. The Intimacy Behind Jazz’s Seminal Image Magazine, May 9

    Roy DeCarava wasn’t photographing giants of jazz. He was photographing the people and places he knew and understood....

  79. Hiroshi Sugimoto: Illuminating Opera Houses and Abandoned Movie Palaces Multimedia/Photos, May 9

    Hiroshi Sugimoto is continuing his surreal “Theater” series, a meditation on the nature of time that captures the splendor of cinema and the majestic opulence of Italian opera houses....

  80. Hiroshi Sugimoto: Illuminating Opera Houses and Abandoned Movie Palaces Lens, May 9

    Hiroshi Sugimoto is continuing his surreal “Theater” series, a meditation on the nature of time that captures the splendor of cinema and the majestic opulence of Italian opera houses.

  81. Hiroshi Sugimoto: Illuminating Opera Houses and Abandoned Movie Palaces Slideshow, May 9

    Hiroshi Sugimoto is continuing his surreal “Theater” series, a meditation on the nature of time that captures the splendor of cinema and the majestic opulence of Italian opera houses....

  82. Fidget Spinners Learning, May 9

    Are you a fan?...

  83. Hiroshi Sugimoto: Illuminating Opera Houses and Abandoned Movie Palaces Slideshow, May 9

    Hiroshi Sugimoto is continuing his surreal “Theater” series, a meditation on the nature of time that captures the splendor of cinema and the majestic opulence of Italian opera houses.

  84. What’s Going On in This Picture? | May 8, 2017 Learning, May 8

    Look closely at this image, stripped of its caption, and join the moderated conversation about what you and other students see....

  85. Looking at New Generations of African Photographers Multimedia/Photos, May 8

    A new generation of African artists, inspired by their predecessors and helped by technology, has been redefining how Africans look at themselves....

  86. Looking at New Generations of African Photographers Lens, May 8

    A new generation of African artists, inspired by their predecessors and helped by technology, has been redefining how Africans look at themselves.

  87. Looking at New Generations of African Photographers Slideshow, May 8

    A new generation of African artists, inspired by their predecessors and helped by technology, has been redefining how Africans look at themselves....

  88. Looking at New Generations of African Photographers Slideshow, May 8

    A new generation of African artists, inspired by their predecessors and helped by technology, has been redefining how Africans look at themselves.

  89. The French Election, in Pictures Foreign, May 7

    Voters faced the starkest of choices in the second round of the presidential election, with many expected to support neither Emmanuel Macron nor Marine Le Pen....

  90. Capturing the Colorful Style of Punjab, India Styles, May 6

    “People in Punjab wear very bright, vibrant colors,” said Mark Hartman, a photographer based in Brooklyn who spent March in India. “To me, it shows a sense of pride and confidence.”...

  91. A Fatal and Fiery Photograph Reawakens Memories of a Soldier’s Life National, May 5

    A photograph taken in Afghanistan by Specialist Hilda Clayton at the moment a mortar tube exploded in 2013 has been republished this week, reviving details of the lost life of the young soldier....

  92. Basketball Dreams Learning, May 5

    What can you learn from this very short video? What questions does it raise?...

  93. The Week in Pictures: May 5, 2017 Multimedia/Photos, May 5

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  94. The Week in Pictures: May 5, 2017 Lens, May 5

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  95. The Week in Pictures: May 5, 2017 Slideshow, May 5

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world....

  96. The Week in Pictures: May 5, 2017 Slideshow, May 5

    Photos by The New York Times and by photographers from around the world.

  97. An Irish Photographer’s Images of Refugee Camps Win the Prix Pictet Weekend, May 4

    “Heat Maps 2016-17,” Richard Mosse’s thermal-camera images of camps across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, captured this Swiss photography prize....

  98. Teenage Documentarians Show the Power of Photography Multimedia/Photos, May 4

    Three teenage photographers from different backgrounds learn the power of visual documentation. “When I get it right,” said one of them, “I kind of feel like I’m on top of the world.”...

  99. Teenage Documentarians Show the Power of Photography Lens, May 4

    Three teenage photographers from different backgrounds learn the power of visual documentation. “When I get it right,” said one of them, “I kind of feel like I’m on top of the world.”

  100. Dresses at the Met Gala Learning, May 4

    Would you enjoy going to a party like this that demanded “Avant-Garde” clothing? What would you wear?...

  101. Something to Smile About in Northern France Insider, May 3

    Household by household, families in northern France emerged into the daylight of liberation after three years of German occupation....

  102. In New York’s Automats, a Cup of Coffee and Community Lens, May 3

    Marcia Bricker Halperin’s photos of New York’s long-gone cafeterias show their graceful architecture, moody lighting and the characters who frequented them.

  103. In New York’s Automats, a Cup of Coffee and Community Slideshow, May 3

    Marcia Bricker Halperin’s photos of New York’s long-gone cafeterias show their graceful architecture, moody lighting and the characters who frequented them.

  104. Jamel Shabazz’s 40 Years of Sights and Styles in New York Lens, May 2

    Four decades ago, Jamel Shabazz set out to photograph black and Latino young people in New York City and explore the uplifting power of style, fashion, music and culture.

  105. Jamel Shabazz’s 40 Years of Sights and Styles in New York Slideshow, May 2

    Four decades ago, Mr. Shabazz set out to photograph black and Latino young people in New York City and explore the uplifting power of style, fashion, music and culture.

  106. 10 Classic Photographs — Reinterpreted Entirely in Play-Doh T Magazine, May 1

    The artist Eleanor Macnair has produced a series for the Magnum Photo agency, remaking some of its most historic images in Play-Doh.

  107. Meridith Kohut Wins Chris Hondros Award for Venezuela Coverage Lens, May 1

    Before Meridith Kohut won the award for documenting Venezuela’s crumbling mental hospitals, she had been mentored by Mr. Hondros.

  108. Meridith Kohut Wins Chris Hondros Award for Venezuela Coverage Slideshow, May 1

    Before Meridith Kohut won the award for documenting Venezuela’s crumbling mental hospitals, she had been mentored by Mr. Hondros.