For more then 30 years, The New York Times Magazine has played a determining role in photography in the media, via commisions and as well as publications of work of all types, from photojournalism to fashion photography by way of portraits. With Photographs of the New York Times Magazine, Kathy Ryan, director of photography for the weekly, presents the behind the scenes of her work as well as those who accompany her. There we discover the methodology of the publication : the original idea of the page in itself all the way to the production of the project and the conditions of the shoots or photographic reportages. From her beginnings at the New York Times, Kathy Ryan worked her mentors.
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