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  1. A Mix of Tradition and Trend in Kabul Styles, Today

    In Afghanistan, the photographer Loulou d’Aki made appointments to photograph stylish residents of the capital city. And when the air cooled down, she captured more natural moments in public spaces.

  2. Pete Turner, Whose Color Photography Could Alter Reality, Dies at 83 Obits, Yesterday

    With saturated colors, often on global assignments, Mr. Turner created spectacular images, some for the covers of record albums.

  3. Reviews in Pictures: Harry Bliss on Norman Douglas’s ‘South Wind’ Book Review, Yesterday

    The 1917 novel from the British travel writer uses landscape as character.

  4. The Voyages Issue: How Do Families Around the World Spend Their Vacations? Interactive, September 21

    Photo essays from around the world by Joakim Eskildsen, Moises Saman, Sim Chi Yin, Mark Neville, Mamadi Doumbouya, Massimo Vitali, Newsha Tavakolian, Justine Kurland and Christopher Anderson.

  5. Global Voices and Emerging Photographers at Photoville Lens, September 21

    Photoville, the temporary photo festival underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, is featuring “emergicubes,” 4×4 foot wooden cubes displaying the work of 11 up-and-coming photographers from around the world.

  6. Global Voices and Emerging Photographers at Photoville , September 21

    Photoville, the temporary photo festival underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, is featuring “emergicubes,” 4×4 foot wooden cubes displaying the work of 11 up-and-coming photographers from around the world.

  7. Avoiding Cameras While Training the Lens on Food Business, September 20

    Pete Wells, The Times’s restaurant critic, discussed how he avoids cameras to protect his identity and how technology has transformed the dining scene.

  8. Christopher Bailey Captures His Week — in Polaroids T Style, September 20

    Burberry's President and Chief Creative Officer captured his time backstage, curating an exhibition — and more.

  9. Street Style: London Slideshow, September 20

    The fashion crowds move to Britain for London Fashion Week, bringing their best street style looks along for the trip.

  10. The Awful Beauty of the ‘White War’ Insider, September 20

    One of the most perilous and least known battlefields of the war was in the Dolomites. Corpses are still emerging.

  11. Women Finding Empowerment in ‘A World of Smoke’ Lens, September 20

    In an impoverished port city in the Ivory Coast, women formed a cooperative to eke out a living making charcoal from the castoffs of sawmills and workshops.

  12. Women Finding Empowerment in ‘A World of Smoke’ , September 20

    In an impoverished port city in the Ivory Coast, women formed a cooperative to eke out a living making charcoal from the castoffs of sawmills and workshops.

  13. Chasing Fashion’s Cutting Edge Styles, September 19

    Dustin Pittman points his lens at the strange, the brash and the sublime.

  14. Looking for the Soul of Abkhazia Lens, September 19

    Isolated since a bloody 1992 conflict with Georgian troops, Abkhazia is like a time capsule, still dependent on Russian tourist dollars. Ksenia Kuleshova looked beyond the bullet holes to find its soul.

  15. Looking for the Soul of Abkhazia , September 19

    Isolated since a bloody 1992 conflict with Georgian troops, Abkhazia is like a time capsule, still dependent on Russian tourist dollars. Ksenia Kuleshova looked beyond the bullet holes to find its soul.

  16. An Ode to Acts of Kindness on the New York City Subway Styles, September 16

    “The New York City subway is this great equalizer,” said the photographer Andre Wagner, who spent four years taking photographs on its platforms and in its cars. “For this brief moment in time, we’re all in it together.”

  17. Behind the Cover: 9.17.17 Magazine, September 15

    For this issue, a look inside the information war waged by Russia’s media network.

  18. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Briefs Slideshow, September 14

    For more than 20 years, Bob Walden took photographs for negligence lawsuits. Though the images appear to document reality, they’re really points in an argument.

  19. Nikon Picked 32 Photographers to Promote a Camera. All 32 Were Men. Business, September 14

    The Tokyo-based company said the women it invited had been unable to attend, but female photographers were unsatisfied by the explanation.

  20. Détente, Over a Cigarette Insider, September 14

    Against a wide field of horror, there were small kindnesses to be found, as The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial noted 100 years ago.

  21. T’s 25 Best Photos of New York Fashion Week T Style, September 14

    Highlights from Tom Ford, Calvin Klein and more — on (and off) the runway.

  22. Making Chicano Life Visible Lens, September 14

    The relatively unknown story of photography’s important role in the Chicano movement is featured in a new exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West.

  23. Making Chicano Life Visible , September 14

    The relatively unknown story of photography’s important role in the Chicano movement is featured in a new exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West.

  24. Making Chicano Life Visible Slideshow, September 14

    The relatively unknown story of photography’s important role in the Chicano movement is featured in a new exhibition at the Autry Museum of the American West.

  25. Diversity in Photojournalism: ‘Talk Is Cheap’ Lens, September 13

    Facing the dual challenges of changing demographics and technological innovations, new groups are taking steps to broaden opportunities for photographers of color.

  26. Diversity in Photojournalism: ‘Talk Is Cheap’ , September 13

    Facing the dual challenges of changing demographics and technological innovations, new groups are taking steps to broaden opportunities for photographers of color.

  27. Diversity in Photojournalism: ‘Talk Is Cheap’ Slideshow, September 13

    Facing the dual challenges of changing demographics and technological innovations, new groups are taking steps to broaden opportunities for photographers of color.

  28. John Ashbery, Poet, in All His Hunky Glory Styles, September 12

    He wasn’t always an éminence grise. Remembering his confident post-Stonewall style and those dashing author photos.

  29. Photoville: New York’s Premier Photo Festival Lens, September 12

    Some 90,000 visitors are expected at this year’s Photoville, the sprawling, free photo festival by the Brooklyn Bridge.

  30. Photoville: New York’s Premier Photo Festival , September 12

    Some 90,000 visitors are expected at this year’s Photoville, the sprawling, free photo festival by the Brooklyn Bridge.

  31. Who Owns a Monkey Selfie? Settlement Should Leave Him Smiling National, September 11

    Naruto, a monkey in Indonesia, snapped a picture in 2011. Under an settlement, part of the revenue from pictures he took will go to groups that protect him.

  32. In Guantanamo, Ensnared in the War on Terror Lens, September 11

    Debi Cornwall’s new book on the detainees held at Guantánamo Bay Naval Base looks at a complicated reality that has been forgotten by most.

  33. In Guantanamo, Ensnared in the War on Terror , September 11

    Debi Cornwall’s new book on the detainees held at Guantánamo Bay Naval Base looks at a complicated reality that has been forgotten by most.

  34. Hurricane Irma in Pictures Foreign, September 9

    Photographs from the storm and its aftermath.

  35. Behind the Cover: 9.10.17 Magazine, September 8

    For this issue, the children who still face racism in American Education.

  36. Getty Images Grant Winners Announced for 2017 Lens, September 7

    Photographers working on personal projects focused on underreported social issues received $10,000 each on Thursday from the 2017 Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography.

  37. Getty Images Grant Winners Announced for 2017 , September 7

    Photographers working on personal projects focused on underreported social issues received $10,000 each on Thursday from the 2017 Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography.

  38. Staten Island, for Locals Metropolitan, September 7

    Gareth Smit, a South African photographer, discovered the North Shore of the “forgotten borough” when working on a project about the death of Eric Garner.

  39. From Sex Object to Gritty Woman: The Evolution of Women in Stock Photos Upshot, September 7

    Generic images used in ads, billboards, magazines and blogs hold up a mirror to culture at a particular moment in time. But can they also subtly influence it?

  40. Still Lives That Won’t Hold Still Magazine, September 7

    Maria Cosindas’s dreamlike photographs have a magic all their own.

  41. School Lunch Learning, September 7

    How would you describe the lunches served in your school? Are they generally tasty? Healthy?

  42. One Lighting Assistant, Captured in Photos Over Two Decades T Style, September 6

    The photographer Glen Luchford always snaps a picture of his lighting assistant Jack Webb before the model gets into the frame. Now, those images are revealed — alongside the final photographs.

  43. Do Androids Dream of Being Featured in Portrait Competitions? Culture, September 6

    A portrait of an android has been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, as the debate about artificial intelligence intensifies.

  44. Czar Nicholas II, Under Arrest and Doomed to Die Insider, September 6

    One of the most famous photos from the Russian Revolution was published a century ago in The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial.

  45. Ruin and Reinvention in a Transforming Brooklyn Lens, September 6

    In “Brooklyn Photographs,” a group show at BRIC Arts, 11 photographers showcase the tension between old and new in Brooklyn’s changing neighborhoods.

  46. Ruin and Reinvention in a Transforming Brooklyn , September 6

    In “Brooklyn Photographs,” a group show at BRIC Arts, 11 photographers showcase the tension between old and new in Brooklyn’s changing neighborhoods.

  47. They Worked for America. Now These Afghans Face Violence and Poverty Here. Lens, September 5

    Afghans who risked their lives working for the U.S. military were granted safe haven in California. Danger awaited them there as well.

  48. They Worked for America. Now These Afghans Face Violence and Poverty Here. , September 5

    Afghans who risked their lives working for the U.S. military were granted safe haven in California. Danger awaited them there as well.

  49. Art That Isn’t Pretty, in Pictures Slideshow, September 4

    The rebirth — and importance — of ugly painting.

  50. Land, Loss and Rebirth in Standing Rock Lens, September 4

    Photos taken by Larry Towell at Standing Rock over a period of six months are being exhibited at the Visa Pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France, this month.

  51. Land, Loss and Rebirth in Standing Rock , September 4

    Photos taken by Larry Towell at Standing Rock over a period of six months are being exhibited at the Visa Pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France, this month.

  52. Land, Loss and Rebirth in Standing Rock Slideshow, September 4

    Photos taken by Larry Towell at Standing Rock over a period of six months are being exhibited at the Visa Pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France, this month.

  53. New York City Parks in the Summer: Romance, Games and a Performance for a Dying Tree Styles, September 2

    Daniel Arnold spent the last two months photographing parks in all five boroughs. The experience showed him “a very different pulse of the city.”

  54. Capturing Action Just Off the Court at the U.S. Open Sports, September 1

    A photographer finds beauty in the margins of action and light at the United States Open.

  55. Photographer William Eggleston Will Release His First Album Weekend, August 31

    The album, titled “Musik,” will feature the renowned photographer playing his own compositions and improvisations on the synthesizer.

  56. With New Arts Space in San Francisco, a Private Collection Becomes Public Culture, August 31

    The McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, opening Oct. 28, will display photographs and other works Nion McEvoy has amassed.

  57. Unearthing America’s Hidden History Lens, August 31

    From tranquil suburban subdivisions to pastoral fields, Andrew Lichtenstein has sought out seemingly-ordinary places that in the past were scenes of struggle and conflict.

  58. Unearthing America’s Hidden History Slideshow, August 31

    From tranquil suburban subdivisions to pastoral fields, Andrew Lichtenstein has sought out seemingly-ordinary places that in the past were scenes of struggle and conflict.

  59. The Sodden, Haunted Fields of Flanders Insider, August 30

    The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial devoted five full pages 100 years ago to the devastation of Flanders, the northern region of Belgium.

  60. ‘I Am Not Useful for My Camera if I Die': A Syrian Photographer’s View Lens, August 30

    The story and work of Hosam Katan, a Syrian photographer, reveals much about how coverage of the Syrian conflict has changed.

  61. ‘I Am Not Useful for My Camera if I Die’: A Syrian Photographer’s View Slideshow, August 30

    Hosam Katan’s story reveals much about how coverage of the Syrian conflict has changed.

  62. Aura Photographs: Selfies for the New Age Set Styles, August 30

    Wherein our reporter’s inner dreamer is revealed.

  63. A Man on an Eco-Mission in Mixed Media Arts & Leisure, August 29

    The Brooklyn artist Justin Brice Guariglia has turned Greenland’s meltdown into a new show at the Norton Museum of Art.

  64. 10 Tours to Turn Travelers Into Photographers Travel, August 29

    The boom in photo-sharing apps and technology means that we are all traveling with a camera in tow. Here are tour operators that tell us how to shoot.

  65. A Marriage of Lives and Photos Lens, August 29

    In “Slant Rhymes,” Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb have a visual dialogue, sometimes ambiguous and suggestive, that spans the couple’s relationship.

  66. Paired in Life and Photos Slideshow, August 29

    In “Slant Rhymes,” Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb have a visual dialogue, sometimes ambiguous and suggestive, that spans the couple’s relationship.

  67. One Photographer’s Personal (and Visual) Journey T Magazine, August 28

    Jamie Hawkesworth is the subject of a new show in Amsterdam that encompasses much of his work over the last decade.

  68. Want to Take Great Travel Pictures? Jimmy Chin Has Advice Travel, August 28

    Mount Everest, the Chang Tang Plateau and the Sahara are among the landscapes captured by the photographer, filmmaker — and skier.

  69. The Cinematic Images of Gordon Parks Lens, August 28

    Mr. Parks, perhaps more than any mid-20th-century photographer, understood how film and television conditioned the contemporary eye and mind.

  70. One ‘Last Look’ at a Changing Street in Panama City Style, August 26

    Rose Marie Cromwell, who has lived in Panama, returned to photograph life on Avenida Central, a busy street near the city's old town.

  71. A Cozy London Townhouse, Both Spare and Filled to the Brim T Magazine, August 25

    Claudia and Matthew Donaldson married their two distinct styles into an airy oasis for their modern family.

  72. Your Vacation: Printed, Framed and Delivered to Your Door Travel, August 25

    One-stop shops to print and frame your digital travel photos without the hassle, and at prices that won’t bust your budget.

  73. Behind the Cover: 8.27.17 Magazine, August 25

    For this issue, the grace of Roger Federer.