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Last week, 10 powerful works of journalism were cited as the best of a decade. None were photojournalism. Only one was set outside the US. @NatGeo  fixed that. Here's our list: 📷 Maggie Steber, @stephsinclair  @berehulak  @maryfcalvert 

“This corona-enforced solitude and quarantine has given me the time to observe the beauty and magic that occurs on a daily basis in my imagined garden and in the real garden just outside my door,” Maggie Steber writes from Miami.

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Being stuck inside hasn't stifled veteran photographer, Maggie Steber. She's drawn inspiration from kitchen tools and light flooding in through windows.

Our #WomanCrushWednesday  is Andrea Dutton@DrAndreaDutton )-- a geochemist and paleoclimatologist from Wisconsin who is studying ancient coral fossils to get an idea of what happened the last time sea levels rose significantly. #WCW  (pic by Maggie Steber)

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The cover of @foals  Part Two is photographed by Maggie Steber , who's a National Geographic@NatGeo ) photographer, and it's of a cross in the Day of the Dead ceremony in Wahaca. Learn more about their new LP

Obit: Street photographer Jill Freedman, 79. Maggie Steber, who edited Freedman when she shot for the @MiamiHerald  once said: “To me, Jill is one of the great American photographers. Always has been and always will be.”

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"His photographs educated me about issues and about the human experience," says documentary photographer Maggie Steber. "When school taught me I had to be objective, Robert Frank's work taught me that I should be subjective and commit to something."

7/ "His photographs educated me about issues and about the human experience," says Maggie Steber. "When school taught me I had to be objective, Robert Frank's work taught me that I should be subjective and commit to something."

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Katie's New Face takes viewers inside the groundbreaking face transplant that gave a young woman a second chance at life. Join Nat Geo's finalists, Maggie Steber on Saturday at as they present #PhotovilleLA 

Maggie Steber won the 2019 President’s Award from in recognition of her four-decade career “focusing on humanitarian, cultural and social stories” around the world.

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“Are we our faces? Katie lost hers when she was 18. This is a story of trauma, identity, devotion + medical miracles.” An absolutely stunning read by writer Joanna Connors, with emotional photography by Maggie Steber and Lynn Johnson, for ⁦⁩.

“It’s not about how you look,” says photographer Maggie Steber. “It’s about your spirit. Your face is a map of your life.”

Maggie Steber won a Guggenheim Fellowship to create a body of work from the perspective of an imagined alter-ego. Learn more about the work here:

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