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Humanitarian Photography Award Calls for Entries
Amateur and professional photographers from any country are encouraged to enter their images related to humanitarian action, international cooperation and … Continued
Photojournalist Stephen Dupont is suing NBC for unauthorized use of his footage of U.S. soldiers burning the bodies of suspected Taliban fighters.
New Annie Leibovitz Exhibition
Merging public and private, "A Photographer's Life" will feature never-before-seen family photos as well as Annie's celebrity portraits.
Quicklinks for August 4, 2006
Microsoft teases 3-D photo technology, new issue of Blueeyes, Hey, Hot Shot! deadline approaches and more.
Reuters Pulls Doctored Photo
Photo from Beirut freelancer represents "a serious breach of Reuters standards."
A photo album sheds new light on a legendary exhibition.
Ode to Photo History
Len Prince puts the photo icon Jessie Mann back on center stage.
What the well-dressed paparazzo is wearing this year.
Gawker Offers Free Ad Space to Artists
Free promotion through unsold ad inventory is latest Denton scheme.
In Praise of Copying
Amid the frenzy to punish plagiarists, it's easy to forget that referencing and copying are time-honored literary and artistic devices.