Bill Cunningham, Beloved New York Times Fashion Photographer, Dies At 87

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David Gilkey is seen in 2013 at NPR's Afghanistan bureau as he started a month in the country. David wore silver bracelets on his wrist as a kind of good luck charm. He said every time he had a near-death experience, he let one go. He threw one into the Euphrates River after the second battle of Fallujah. Another went into the Helmand River after he covered the arrival of U.S. Marines in 2009. Graham Paul Smith/NPR hide caption

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David Gilkey Was 'An Incredibly Thoughtful' Photographer In The Midst Of Plight

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Remembering NPR Photojournalist David Gilkey

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NPR photographer David Gilkey adjusts his glasses on the White House lawn before going to meet President Obama in 2011. Gilkey won the White House News Photographers Association's award for "Best Photographer of the Year, 2010." Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Zabihullah Tamanna (left) and David Gilkey in Afghanistan on June 2. Monika Evstatieva/NPR hide caption

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NPR's David Folkenflik reflects on colleague David Gilkey

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Neil Leifer took this photograph of sprinter Carl Lewis during the 1984 Olympics. Lewis won four gold medals that year. Photo from Relentless: The Stories behind the Photographs, by Neil Leifer with Diane K. Shah (University of Texas Press, 2016) Neil Leifer/ Courtesy of Sports Illustrated Content Management hide caption

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A 'Relentless' Sports Photographer Explains How He Got His Shots

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A young man from Bali, Indonesia, shows off his rainbow-colored rooster before a cockfight. Courtesy of Ruben Salgado Escudero and the World Photography Organization hide caption

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"My home," exclaims Movses Haneshyan, on seeing the enlarged image presented to him by photographer Diana Markosian. He'd fled with his father at age 5. Diana Markosian hide caption

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Elsa Dorfman and Allen Ginsberg. The inscription on the bottom of the photo reads, "October 15, 1988. The morning after our reception at Vision." Elsa Dorfman hide caption

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To Access Her Big, Boxy Muse, Photographer Set Her Sights On Allen Ginsberg

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"[My father] said 'Kitra, my beauty, don't cry. This is a blessing.'" — Kitra Cahana Courtesy TEDMED hide caption

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Can A Massive Stroke Change A Life — For The Better?

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Attendees view Bob Adelman's photography exhibit at the Westwood Gallery in New York City. Ray Tamarra/Getty Images hide caption

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Bob Adelman, Who Photographed Iconic Civil Rights Moments, Dies

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"Really tiny motions or really fast motions — these are things that we don't typically see with our eyes." — Abe Davis Bret Hartman/TED hide caption

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How Can Hidden Sounds Be Captured By Everyday Objects

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In a historic collaboration, the Getty and LACMA are exhibiting their massive joint acquisition of Mapplethorpe's archives. Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation/courtesy of HBO hide caption

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Robert Mapplethorpe's Provocative Art Finds A New Home In LA

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