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  1. Canada Debates Whether Gift of Leibovitz Photos Is Also a Tax Dodge Culture, Yesterday

    Four years after the donation of 2,070 photos created by Annie Leibovitz to a Nova Scotia museum, a government panel is balking at its $20 million valuation.

  2. 1967’s Other Summer of Love Lens, Yesterday

    Haight-Ashbury’s flower-bedecked hippie scene may have gotten most of the attention during 1967’s Summer of Love, but Nathan Farb’s photos from the Lower East Side that summer show a grittier side.

  3. 1967’s Other Summer of Love Multimedia/Photos, Yesterday

    Haight-Ashbury’s flower-bedecked hippie scene may have gotten most of the attention during 1967’s Summer of Love, but Nathan Farb’s photos from the Lower East Side that summer show a grittier side.

  4. 1967’s Other Summer of Love Slideshow, Yesterday

    Haight-Ashbury’s flower-bedecked hippie scene may have gotten most of the attention during 1967’s Summer of Love, but Nathan Farb’s photos from the Lower East Side that summer show a grittier side.

  5. Using Your Phone to Scan Pictures of Prints Business, July 24

    Many sophisticated apps can capture images of photo prints and create good-quality digital versions that take up much less space in the closet.

  6. Exposing Life Behind the Berlin Wall Lens, July 24

    Harf Zimmermann recorded the day-to-day of his East German neighborhood during the ’80s.

  7. Exposing Life Behind the Berlin Wall Multimedia/Photos, July 24

    Harf Zimmermann recorded the day-to-day of his East German neighborhood during the ’80s.

  8. The Faces of New York City’s Pride Parade Styles, July 22

    “The point was to represent a group of people who were in the same place while an event was happening and show the diversity that exists within that group,” said Ryan Pfluger, a photographer who took portraits of paradegoers in Washington Squa...

  9. Behind the Cover: 7.23.17 Magazine, July 21

    For this issue, a look at the human cost of war.

  10. Coney Island, Ever Changing Metropolitan, July 20

    The photographer Lauren Welles sees a tableau of collective escape on the beach.

  11. The Annie Leibovitz of the Alt-Right Magazine, July 20

    The photographer Peter Duke is on a mission to make reactionaries look glamorous.

  12. Copyright Case Over Richard Prince Instagram Show to Go Forward Weekend, July 20

    A photographer has sued Mr. Prince over the use of an Instagram photo in a gallery show. A New York federal judge has declined to dismiss the case.

  13. Finding the Date on a Map Image Business, July 20

    The Street View feature of Google Maps stitches together 360-degree photos of a location, and there is a way to see when an image was created.

  14. Amid Crisis, Venezuela’s Youth Wait to Live Again Lens, July 20

    As Venezuela’s political crisis deepens, young people are desperate to find a resolution to a crisis they have inherited from their elders.

  15. Amid Crisis, Venezuela’s Youth Wait to Live Again Multimedia/Photos, July 20

    As Venezuela’s political crisis deepens, young people are desperate to find a resolution to a crisis they have inherited from their elders.

  16. What the 2018 Pirelli Calendar Says About Race Styles, July 20

    The Italian company’s latest offering is a reimagining of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” with an all-black cast.

  17. Finding Visual Poetry in Russia Lens, July 19

    Igor Posner returned to St. Petersburg looking for the “half-seen, half-recollected” moments that had stayed in his mind since he left Russia in the early 1990s.

  18. Finding Visual Poetry in Russia Multimedia/Photos, July 19

    Igor Posner returned to St. Petersburg looking for the “half-seen, half-recollected” moments that had stayed in his mind since he left Russia in the early 1990s.

  19. Finding Visual Poetry in Russia Slideshow, July 19

    Igor Posner returned to St. Petersburg looking for the “half-seen, half-recollected” moments that had stayed in his mind since he left Russia in the early 1990s.

  20. When Education Is Hijacked by War Lens, July 18

    After witnessing teachers, pupils and schools caught in the crossfire of war, Diego Ibarra Sánchez began working on “Hijacked Education,” which examines how constant conflict has upended education.

  21. When Education Is Hijacked by War Multimedia/Photos, July 18

    After witnessing teachers, pupils and schools caught in the crossfire of war, Diego Ibarra Sánchez began working on “Hijacked Education,” which examines how constant conflict has upended education.

  22. When Education Is Hijacked by War Slideshow, July 18

    After witnessing teachers, pupils and schools caught in the crossfire of war, Diego Ibarra Sánchez began working on “Hijacked Education,” which examines how constant conflict has upended education.

  23. Liu Xiaobo’s Death Pushes China’s Censors Into Overdrive Foreign, July 17

    After Mr. Liu’s death, the number of keyword combinations that were blocked greatly increased, and images were automatically filtered in private chats, researchers said.

  24. What Happened to Ukraine’s 5,500 Lenin Statues? Lens, July 17

    Once there were thousands of Lenin statues in Ukraine. Today there are none officially standing, so Niels Ackermann and Sebastien Gobert set out to discover where they ended up.

  25. What Happened to Ukraine’s 5,500 Lenin Statues? Multimedia/Photos, July 17

    Once there were thousands of Lenin statues in Ukraine. Today there are none officially standing, so Niels Ackermann and Sebastien Gobert set out to discover where they ended up.

  26. A Photographer and His Subject Reconnect, 38 Years Later Metro, July 16

    Radames Pagan was 12 in 1979 when David Gonzalez snapped his picture in the Bronx. A chance encounter and a mutual friend got them back in touch.

  27. Oops! A Gallery Selfie Gone Wrong Causes $200,000 in Damage. Culture, July 14

    A woman knocked over 11 crowned pedestals while taking a selfie at a Simon Birch show in Los Angeles — leading to a cascading domino effect.

  28. How Poems Inspire Pictures National, July 14

    Six photographers read poems about America. Here's what they saw in the words.

  29. America Today, in Vision and Verse Interactive, July 14

    The long days of summer offer an opportunity to reflect. We selected six poems by contemporary American poets and asked six photographers to let the poems inspire them.

  30. Myth and Reality in the Outback Foreign, July 13

    This week’s Australia Letter brings you on a visual journey through Australia’s interior, and more must-see visual projects from The New York Times. Plus: Noosa.

  31. A Photographic Odyssey in the Australian Outback Insider, July 13

    A behind-the-scenes look at Adam Ferguson’s three-month, 12,000-mile odyssey across Australia’s vast interior.

  32. The Nebulous Passage Into Womanhood Lens, July 13

    Charmaine Poh explores the almost-unnoticed passage from childhood to adulthood, looking at the expectations placed upon women.

  33. The Nebulous Passage Into Womanhood Multimedia/Photos, July 13

    Charmaine Poh explores the almost-unnoticed passage from childhood to adulthood, looking at the expectations placed upon women.

  34. Argentina’s Community Radio Stations Offer an Alternative Look at News Lens, July 12

    Anita Pouchard Serra has been documenting several Argentine collectives that help community groups set up independent radio stations.

  35. Argentina’s Community Radio Stations Offer an Alternative Look at News Multimedia/Photos, July 12

    Anita Pouchard Serra has been documenting several Argentine collectives that help community groups set up independent radio stations.

  36. My Grandmother’s Shroud Magazine, July 11

    Her death prompted a search for her in photographs — our reservoirs of memory, our talismans of mourning.

  37. Three Generations of Black Women in Family Photos Lens, July 11

    In “Mitochondria,” Nona Faustine celebrates the lives of three generations of African-American women living under one roof.

  38. Three Generations of Black Women in Family Photos Multimedia/Photos, July 11

    In “Mitochondria,” Nona Faustine celebrates the lives of three generations of African-American women living under one roof.

  39. Start Your Engines: Photography’s Romance with the Car Lens, July 10

    A show at the Cartier Foundation in Paris explores the lasting romance between photographers and automobiles in images of beauty as well as blight.

  40. Start Your Engines: Photography’s Romance with the Car Multimedia/Photos, July 10

    A show at the Cartier Foundation in Paris explores the lasting romance between photographers and automobiles in images of beauty as well as blight.

  41. A Sicilian Photographer of the Mafia and Her ‘Archive of Blood’ Foreign, July 7

    Letizia Battaglia chronicled Palermo’s Mafia wars in the 1970s and ’80s for a local newspaper. Now, her images appear in museums and retrospectives.

  42. Of the Bronx and of Nigeria Metropolitan, July 7

    Photographs of home, thousands of miles apart.

  43. Behind the Cover: 7.9.17 Magazine, July 7

    For this issue, an investigation into the culture of brutality in the Marines.

  44. Telling Each Other Secrets in Pictures Video, July 7

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art commissioned 12 artists, paired together, to communicate using visuals for five months. Two paired artists discuss their experiences in this 360 video.

  45. How the East Was Won: A Photographic Portrait Weekend, July 6

    Images at the National Gallery of Art offer a lesson in how the Eastern wilderness — beautiful and grand — was tamed, exploited and transformed.

  46. Capturing the Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll Lens, July 6

    Eddie Rocco’s photographs contain all the action of Rock’s early days and its live-in-the-moment aesthetic.

  47. Capturing the Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll Multimedia/Photos, July 6

    Eddie Rocco’s photographs contain all the action of Rock’s early days and its live-in-the-moment aesthetic.

  48. Grace Ahlbom: Photographer of the Skateboarding Set Styles, July 6

    After working for Ryan McGinley, Ms. Ahblom made a name for herself in the fashion and art circles with her senior thesis.

  49. Enlisting (Rock) Doves in the Cause of War Insider, July 5

    Despite awful advances in the technology of warfare, carrier pigeons were still needed when telephone wires were cut.

  50. The Wild of Nadar, an Early Photographer Who Knew How to Give a Party Culture, July 4

    Adam Begley’s “The Great Nadar” describes the 19th-century photographer and pioneering balloonist who lived large in Paris.

  51. Lee Friedlander’s Photos of 1960s T.V. Sets Lens, July 3

    Lee Friedlander’s series “The Little Screens” was an early artistic attempt to document television’s nascent dominance of America.

  52. Lee Friedlander’s Photos of 1960s T.V. Sets Multimedia/Photos, July 3

    Lee Friedlander’s series “The Little Screens” was an early artistic attempt to document television’s nascent dominance of America.

  53. Classic Americana in Las Vegas Styles, July 1

    “Vegas is one of those places that is always changing and always staying the same,” said the photographer Ryan Shorosky, who has been documenting its people for several years.

  54. How to Photograph Fireworks Like a Pro National, June 30

    Photographers whose work has appeared regularly in The New York Times offer some advice on how to nail the perfect shot.

  55. Emmanuel Macron Raises the Presidential Portrait Stakes Styles, June 30

    Never, it seems, has a politician been so transparent about the calculation behind an image...

  56. ‘The B-Side,’ Errol Morris’s Deft Portrait of a Photographer Weekend, June 29

    Elsa Dorfman, a subject of seemingly modest import for a documentary, emerges here as an artist of deep compassion, empathy, humor and wisdom.

  57. In the Marshlands, ‘Another Face of Iraq’ Lens, June 29

    Those living in the Mesopotamian marshes escape threats posed elsewhere in Iraq by ISIS and militias, but climate change and dam construction threaten their way of life.

  58. In the Marshlands, ‘Another Face of Iraq’ Multimedia/Photos, June 29

    Those living in the Mesopotamian marshes escape threats posed elsewhere in Iraq by ISIS and militias, but climate change and dam construction threaten their way of life.

  59. In the Marshlands, ‘Another Face of Iraq’ Slideshow, June 29

    Those living in the Mesopotamian marshes escape threats posed elsewhere in Iraq by ISIS and militias, but climate change and dam construction threaten their way of life.

  60. In the Marshlands, ‘Another Face of Iraq’ Slideshow, June 29

    Those living in the Mesopotamian marshes escape threats posed elsewhere in Iraq by ISIS and militias, but climate change and dam construction threaten their way of life.

  61. At the Scene of the Crime, Camera in Hand Metropolitan, June 28

    A new book features prints of murder victims from 1910 to 1920, images discovered during the renovation of the old Police Headquarters on Centre Street in Manhattan.

  62. Fijians Join the Fight, for France Insider, June 28

    To free their own men for the front, Europe’s colonial powers impressed peoples from around the world into hard labor.

  63. The Beauty and Power of Mexico’s Volcanoes Lens, June 28

    For Hector Guerrero, Mexico’s volcanoes embody the environmental and social challenges facing his country.

  64. The Beauty and Power of Mexico’s Volcanoes Multimedia/Photos, June 28

    For Hector Guerrero, Mexico’s volcanoes embody the environmental and social challenges facing his country.

  65. Richard Benson, Photographer and Printer, Dies at 73 Culture, June 27

    Mr. Benson believed in the painterly impact of reproducing the work of photographers like Irving Penn, Lee Friedlander and Helen Levitt on an offset printing press.

  66. After a Century, Syrian Refugees Return to Armenia Lens, June 27

    A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

  67. After a Century, Syrian Refugees Return to Armenia Multimedia/Photos, June 27

    A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

  68. After a Century, Syrian Refugees Return to Armenia Slideshow, June 27

    A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

  69. After a Century, Syrian Refugees Return to Armenia Slideshow, June 27

    A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

  70. To Photograph a Galápagos Tortoise, Get Out of the Race Insider, June 26

    Slow and steady, learns Federico Rios Escobar, isn’t just great advice for composing an image; it’s also an appealing state of mind.

  71. Hope Ryden, Wildlife Protector and Photographer, Dies at 87 Culture, June 26

    Ms. Ryden developed a passion for photography during breaks abroad as a flight attendant, and became a full-time naturalist and animal-rights advocate.