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Newspaper Photog Fired for Altering Photo — Again
Three years after a reprimand for going too far in digitally altering a photo, Patrick Schneider did it again. This time it cost him his job.
Quicklinks for July 26, 2006
Today's installment highlights three photo-related video projects that are better than most prime time TV programming.
New York Times Selects Redux for Syndication
Redux will handle the Times' U.S. photo resale for the editorial market.
Adobe Extends Lightroom Beta to Windows
Windows-based photographers asked to test new beta download and submit feedback.
Quicklinks for July 14, 2006
The latest on the Jill Greenberg/Thomas Hawk dispute, plus photo essays examining life with cancer and women in the Muslim world and a new VII seminar.
PBS to Air Marilyn Monroe Documentary
"Marilyn Monroe: Still Life" examines star's life through imagery.
Ian Parry Scholarship Winners Announced
Female photographers take four out of the top five honors.
New York Times Photo Editor Takes Reader Questions
Michele McNally is participating in the Times' "Talk to the Newsroom" forum.
AP Protests Fox’s Handout Photo Policy
Media titans at odds over Fox decision to bar photographers from its news conferences at the Television Critics Association press tour.
Tomas Munita Wins Leica Oskar Barnack Prize
The 31-year-old photographer spent the last year living in Afghanistan and working for the Associated Press.