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- RIP the great Leonard Nimoy, who died this morning. Known to most of us as Spock, Nimoy was also a lifelong photographer.
- When “photoshop” became a verb: The interesting history of software manipulation.
An interview with Ronald K. Fierstein, author of the new book, “A Triumph of Genius: Edwin Land, Polaroid, and the Kodak Patent War.”
Why your photograph in a National Park may be illegal.
- Hollywood food stylists explain how they get that Cubano sandwich picture perfect.
- “I want to introduce white America to people who they might never have met, and I want them to fall in love too.” An interview with photographer Ruddy Roye.
- Photos of, and by, America’s first lady photojournalist.
- Portraits of men with their cats. Real men.
- From ending violence to commemorating the past, Holly Falconer documents the reasons women march.
- French photographer Aurélien Chauvaud documents the eccentric riders of Shanghai’s motorcycle sidecar subculture.
- It takes more than just an Instagram filter to recreate that eighties high school portrait style.
“I’ve come to learn that photographing a person looking away from the lens can convey thoughtfulness, even deep emotion.” New York Times staff photographer Nicole Bengiveno finds herself shooting instinctively from her subjects’ point of view.
- Eduardo Leal ventured to El Alto to better understand the sisterhood behind the spectacle of Bolivia’s famous cholitas luchadoras.
- A pair of squirrels with insanely adorable ears “build” a snowman together. Some creative prop-work by Russian photographer Vadim Trunov.
- Indonesian man sleeps, eats, plays and even fights with his best buddy, a seven-year-old, 400 pound Bengal tiger.