Magnum In Motion online essays add new dimensions to to the traditional photographic narrative, using a combination of photos, audio, video, graphics, and interactivity.
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Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb

This book began as two separate projects: Alex’s exploration of the streets of Cuba and Rebecca’s surprising discovery of unique and sometimes mysterious animals. As we photographed in Cuba, we began to realize that our work sprang from the feel of a nation in a kind of bubble—an economic, political, cultural, and ecological bubble. For, thanks to the vagaries of history and politics, Cuba has now existed for some fifty years outside the world of globalization.

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Abbas

 

Abbas' three years journey within 12 countries which are predominantly Buddhist.

 

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Magnum Photographers
Magnum and Leica are collaborating to draw on their shared legacy: looking back to the iconic stories this relationship has produced and commissioning new work from the current generation of Magnum photographers.
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Larry Towell

Tuolumne used to be gold mine and lumber country. Now, each year hundreds of thousands of tourists rush through to Yosemite National Park, oblivious to the growing number of people who have taken up residence in empty trailers and homeless camps that dot the area.

Photojournalist Larry Towell and audio journalist Sandy Tolan went to visit those residents and to learn about the difficult decisions they make to survive.

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Christopher Anderson

More than 6 million Americans who are 60 and older don't have enough to eat. Many of them are eligible for federal help to buy food under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, which used to be called food stamps.

Photojournalist Christopher Anderson and audio journalist Jonathan Miller accompanied Hueske on her rounds and met people struggling to put food on the table.

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Bruce Gilden
After the Soviet Union fell apart, the big shots once in charge of organized Russian crime vanished, either dead or unleashed through the world, and small potato villains have survived on the periphery of large cities in a now cleaned up Russian wild West.
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