Alyssa Coppelman

Alyssa Coppelman is a freelance photo editor based in Austin, Texas, who spent most of the aughts as assistant art director at Harper’s.

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April 28 2014 11:02 AMA Rare Look Inside a Military Training Camp for Boys in Crimea
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Jan. 6 2014 10:19 AMRevisiting 1970s Detroit With Portraits From Today
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Dec. 17 2013 10:51 AMThe Life of Michael Jackson Impersonators
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Dec. 3 2013 3:24 PMA Stark Three Decades Documenting an Uncle’s Troubled Life
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Oct. 31 2013 12:13 PMPhotos of a Tiny New York Town That’s the World Hub for Spiritualism
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Sept. 29 2013 12:06 PMA Photographer Turns the Camera on Her Family
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Aug. 21 2013 11:02 AMAn Up-Close Look at the U.S.–Mexico Border
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Aug. 5 2013 12:44 PMStay Cool With Great Photos of Drinking
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July 29 2013 2:02 PMMaking Everyday Activities Trippy
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June 12 2013 11:30 AMCombing Through the Outtakes of Wedding Photography
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June 2 2013 10:00 AMThe Outrageous and Hilarious Requests of Rock Stars
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May 20 2013 11:14 AMGlory Days of Old-Fashioned Color Photography
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April 28 2013 11:00 AMBehind the Scenes at Demolition Derbies
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March 18 2013 10:51 AMThe Wild Streets of New York
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March 1 2013 11:00 AMIs the Herero Tribe of Namibia the Best-Dressed in Africa?
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Jan. 28 2014 11:01 AM40 Years of Photography Destroyed by Hurricane Sandy
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Dec. 26 2013 11:29 AMDocumenting a Way of Life Along the River Gambia
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Dec. 10 2013 12:06 PMA Photographic Journey Through Apartheid in Nelson Mandela’s South Africa
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Nov. 5 2013 11:04 AMYoung, Gay, and Black in a Southern Town
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Oct. 17 2013 9:03 AMGetting Intimate With a Captivating Burlesque Performer
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Sept. 11 2013 12:07 PMA Photographer Focuses on His Twin Brother’s Life With Cerebral Palsy
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Aug. 8 2013 11:38 AMThe Most Inspiring Senior Citizens You’ll Ever See
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Aug. 1 2013 12:47 PMExperimenting With the Instant Gratification of Polaroid Film
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June 14 2013 1:00 PMCapturing Birds Released Back Into the Wild
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June 10 2013 1:02 PMSurprisingly Sunny Photography From Soviet-Era Russia
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May 29 2013 11:00 AMHow a Book of Beards Helped Raise Money to Fight Cancer
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May 10 2013 11:00 AMA Shocking Look at America’s Altered Landscapes
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April 2 2013 11:17 AMThe Creepy Park Voyeurs of 1970s Tokyo
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March 11 2013 11:00 AMAn Epic, Grisly Look at 50 Years of Crime Scenes in Mexico City
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Feb. 26 2013 11:00 AMRare Color Photos of 1960s Chinese Operas

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