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At $12.4 million, Man Ray’s ‘Le Violon d’Ingres’ is now the most expensive image ever sold at auction
Originally valued between $5 to $7 million, the Surrealist photograph smashes expectations.
Photographic proof of a black hole at the center of our galaxy
The gargantuan black hole, Sagittarius A*, sits at the center of the Milky Way and is 4 million times larger than the Sun.
Meta launches NFTs on Instagram… and they ‘shimmer’
Select creators and collectors can now flaunt their digital artwork on the platform. The feature will soon be coming to Facebook.
2022 Pulitzer Prize winners capture turmoil at home and abroad
The winning photographs highlight the US's withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Capitol insurrection, and COVID-19's toll on India.
A newly discovered supernova companion star may prove Einstein’s theories correct
NASA astronomers have discovered a surviving witness to a supernova, which may reveal information about gravitational waves, a relatively new field in astrophysics.
Newlyweds discover ‘crazy eyes’ Photoshopped onto their wedding images
Anaya Ramos-Bridgeford, now known as ‘The Crazy-Eyed Bride,’ is taking the bizarre and hilarious situation in stride.
Pixy is a tiny, $230 selfie drone built for Snapchat
Snap Inc.’s happy yellow pocket drone should make capturing short selfies and videos a breeze.
Shimoda Explore v2 review: a versatile camera backpack for nearly any adventure
Whether you're hitting the mountain trails, city streets, or airport jet bridge, Shimoda's new Explore v2 camera backpacks are both comfortable and functional.
These winning food photos will make you hungry
The winners of the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year contest invite you to experience food with a global perspective.
Ten glorious photos of world-famous monuments
Winners of the 2021 Wiki Loves Monuments contest have been unveiled. From Brazil to Iran to upstate New York, photographers are preserving cultural monuments while they last.