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Here Are the First Real-World iPhone 7 Plus Photos: NFL and US Open

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In the moments after the September 11, 2001, attacks, Associated Press photojournalist Richard Drew shot a haunting photo of a man falling from the World Trade Center. In the new 4-minute video above by TIME, Drew shares the story behind that famous and controversial photo. Three weeks ago, photographer Lorenzo ...

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The Line Between Photo Illustrations and ‘Pure’ Photography

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What’s the place of digitally manipulated photo illustrations in the world of photography? The age-old discussion was rekindled this week after renowned Australian landscape photographer Ken Duncan spoke out, saying the Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA) have been “hijacked by manipulators.” Duncan posted his thoughts in a post on his ...

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Facebook Moments App Adds Full-Res Photos and Web Links

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In the moments after the September 11, 2001, attacks, Associated Press photojournalist Richard Drew shot a haunting photo of a man falling from the World Trade Center. In the new 4-minute video above by TIME, Drew shares the story behind that famous and controversial photo. A cafe based in Dublin, ...

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Facebook Censors Iconic ‘Napalm Girl’ Photo Because… Nudity

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Facebook is being slammed by Norway’s largest newspaper after the social network deleted a post showing the iconic Vietnam War ‘Napalm Girl’ photo because the shot contains nudity. Aftenposten today published an open letter written by editor-in-chief Espen Egil Hansen titled “Dear Mark. I am writing this to inform you ...

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GoPro’s Latest Karma Drone ‘Footage’: Real or Faked?

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A cafe based in Dublin, Ireland, rubbed photographers the wrong way today by poking fun at a photographer who had requested credit for a photo used without her permission. Apple just announced the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, a smartphone it calls “the world’s most advanced smartphone.” NASA ...

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