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This Legendary Street Photographer Traveled to State Fairs. See the Haunting Portraits He Captured
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The photos are part of a series called 'Farm Boys and Farm Girls'
What McCain Knows That Kelly Forgot
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One veteran offered a dark picture of a nation estranged from its military—the other, a more hopeful vision of a future brighter than the past.
Donald Trump Is Rush-Shipping Condolences to Military Families
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Three families of fallen servicemembers received next-day UPS letters from President Trump after a turbulent week in which Trump falsely claimed he had called “virtually all” of the families.
How Google Camera HDR+ Improves the Image Quality of Xiaomi Budget Phones
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In this article, we analyze the improvements that the Google Camera HDR+ brings to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 over the MIUI Camera app. Check it out!
Remembering Kevin Carter and the photo that made the world weep
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Kevin Carter's Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph September 13, 2017 / Photography News / Born 57 years ago, on 13 September 1960 (d. 2...
A new portrait of photographer Vivian Maier emerges in biography
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Pamela Bannos goes beyond the nanny narrative to offer nuanced account of the life of photographer
The Anguish of John Kelly
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The White House chief of staff decried the desacralization of military deaths—but it was the president he serves who politicized condolence calls.
Adobe Said It Would Offer Standalone Lightroom 'Indefinitely'
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Adobe unveiled its cloud-centric Lightroom CC yesterday and announced that desktop Lightroom has been rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC. The company also s
Why Hasn't Trump Addressed U.S. Casualties in Niger?
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The president managed to cause a brief firestorm by falsely accusing predecessors of neglecting slain soldiers, but real answers about why four men were killed are still elusive.
The amazing images in the new Landscape Photographer of the Year book
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The 11th edition of the Landscape Photographer of the Year book is out now and it contains some of the most stunning images of Britain you?re ever likely to see. Here's a jaw-dropping sneak peek.
The autumn cult of Jenne Farm - The Boston Globe
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In the world of fall foliage photography, a small farm in Vermont has developed a cult following.
This Photographer Shot the Same Strangers Going to Work Over 9 Years
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How do you photograph the same strangers on the street over the course of nearly a decade? Here's one strategy: visit the same street corner at the same ti
Photo of butchered rhino wins top award
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A shocking image of a dehorned black rhino makes Brent Stirton Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
Google Camera with HDR+ Supposedly Working on Exynos Galaxy S7/S8/Note 8
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The Google Camera app with HDR+ processing is now working on the Exynos variants of the Galaxy S7, the Galaxy S8, and the Galaxy Note 8.
Landscape photographer of the year 2017: the UK's best scenery – in pictures
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In this selection of winning and shortlisted images from this year’s competition, amateur and professional photographers worked to a brief of showcasing Britain’s eclectic landscapes
Yes, Using a Copyrighted Photo Without Permission Can Get You Sued...
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Here's a basic fact everyone should know: just because a photo appears in a Google search doesn't mean it's a free photo that you can use for any purpose.
Seductress swipes NYC man's pricey camera after one-night stand
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A one-night stand proved costly for a Lower East Side man after his nighttime fling ran off with his bling and a pricey camera, police said.
Courtroom sketch artists: Documenting history where cameras aren't allowed
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Meet the journalist-artists who capture the famous and the infamous on trial
US Urging Airlines to Ban Cameras in Checked Bags
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The U.S. government is urging airlines around the world to ban cameras, laptops, and other large personal electronic devices from checked luggage, citing t
NYT's Leslye Davis And Her Alternative Facts about Photojournalism's Future
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One of the problems with the internet is that a Ph.D. in science can post a researched report online, only to be critisized in the comment...
Juno Calypso: ‘It can get lonely and weird'
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The acclaimed young photographer talks to us about the lengthy and unconventional processes behind her images.
NEW: Proposed Jupiter police body cameras have added intriguing detail
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Jupiter would join 8 other Palm Beach County police departments with cameras
Nursing mothers use photography to promote breastfeeding
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Several San Antonio mothers are trying to normalize breastfeeding in public by capturing the beauty of the natural act through photography.
How Trump Changed the Topic to Obama's Consolation Calls
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Instead of explaining to Americans why four soldiers were killed in Niger, the president commandeered the news cycle, focusing on a narrow and unrelated claim.
Lightroom and the Innovator’s Dilemma - The DAM Book
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Adobe announced some big changes to Lightroom today, including a new cloud-native version (Lightroom CC) as well as a re-branding of the familiar desktop version (Lightroom Classic). Additionally, they have discontinued development of a “perpetual” version and all new versions will be licensed on a subscription basis. What gives? The Innovator’s Dilemma Clayton Christensen’s 1997 ? Continue reading Lightroom and the Innovator’s Dilemma ?
Dear Minted, About Your $100 In-Home Photo Shoots...
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Dear Minted, I?ve been photographing families for seven years. Let me tell you; it?s been a long slog. I?ve learned so many things through the years that m
This Texas mom and sleeping baby became the faces of Hurricane Harvey — now what?
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HOUSTON -- In the SWAT officer's arms, Cathy Pham cradled her sleeping baby and wondered where they'd go next in their flooded city. She had no...
A Portrait of Britain: 20 years of farming
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Harry Borden’s selected image for Portrait of Britain 2017 is a testament to the farming community he grew up in
Photographer Creates Conceptual Self-Portraits to Understand Her Evolving Identity
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Photographer Reylia Slaby explores the changing nature of her identity in a series of conceptual self portrait photography
Insects Are In Serious Trouble
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In western Germany, populations of flying insects have fallen by around 80 percent in the last three decades.
Cameras About to Be Banned from Checked Luggage on Planes?
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Travelling on planes is about to get a whole lot less convenient for photographers. Citing the risk of explosion and catastrophic fire, the United States government is advising airlines around the world to ban cameras, laptops, and other electronic devices from checked luggage. The US Federal Aviation Administration filed a paper with the United Nations ?
Republicans Rally Around Raising the Deficit
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The Senate’s passage of a budget resolution on Thursday night was a victory for party unity, but a defeat for the GOP’s remaining fiscal hawks.
RIP Lightroom 6: Death by subscription model
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The announcement of a more cloud-integrated Lightroom product sees the death of the company's standalone version. This need to make payments in perpetuity (whether you choose Lightroom Classic or CC), chips away at the idea that your Lightroom library is a long-term solution, argues Richard Butler.
Google Camera NX Brings Pixel 2 Features to the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P
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Google Camera NX V7 brings Pixel 2 features like Motion Photo and Face Retouching to the Google Nexus 5X and Google Nexus 6p.
FAA wants airlines to ban cameras and other electronics from checked bags
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After conducting a series of safety tests, the FAA is recommending that all airlines ban cameras and other electronics with Lithium Ion batteries from checked baggage. The agency believe the risk of a catastrophic fire and explosion is too great.
These are the film stocks Fujifilm will abandon in 2018
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Every few months it seems like Fujifilm are going a bit less 'film'. To the point where they should probably get ready to just drop the latter half of their name altogether. In the latest round of culls, Fujifilm have announced a few more film stocks and formats that are going to be disappearing in 2018. Fujifilm seem hell bent on killing off their film products entirely. Well, if that's their plan, they're certainly doing a good job. Many film photographers have already made the switch to Kodak
Who Is Competent to Decide What Offends?
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New survey data casts doubt on a popular framework used by universities to identify microaggressions.  
Two Lenses You Should Own for Portrait Photography
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In many of the photography groups I am part of, I constantly come across the question of which lens should someone get as a portrait photographer. We all have different styles, and depending on what type of portraits and what other genres of photography we usually shoot in, we could all recommend you a different lens or pair of lenses.
Cameras on school buses catch thousands breaking law; less than half of drivers pay fines
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Five districts are participating in a program that was started about a year ago and has resulted in thousands of citations, but less than half of the drivers who are issued citations aren?t actually paying them.