TIME.com Shines Light on Photography with LightBox Photo Blog

TIME.com Monday launched the first-ever blog edited and curated by its photography department, LightBox, aimed at showcasing imagery from TIME and enabling user commentary and sharing via social media.

LightBox is divided into seven sections: Profile, in-depth interviews with photographers and filmmakers; Photo Essay, photo stories and multimedia from TIME contributors; The Back Story, first-person accounts from subjects and photographers; In Progress, new projects from around the world; Out There, exhibits, books, and innovative uses of images; Man on the Wire, the latest news photos chosen by TIME‘s photo editors; and Toolbox, featuring new technologies and gadgets.

Contributors will include director of photography Kira Pollack; deputy photo editor Paul Moakley; international picture editor Patrick Witty; and TIME contract photographers Marco Grob, Peter Hapak, Dominic Nahr, Shaul Schwarz, Yuri Kozyrev, James Nachtwey, and Chris Morris.

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