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St. Louis Police Ordered to Reaffirm Journalist Rights Once a Month


The St. Louis police department has just made a big move in support of photographer and journalist rights: police officers are now being ordered to read and acknowledge the rights of journalists once a month. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Interim Police Chief Lawrence O’Toole made the announcement this ...

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Hasselblad Launches Its Own ‘Rent a Hasselblad’ Service


Hasselblad has just launched its own in-house ‘Rent a Hasselblad‘ service, allowing photographers to shoot with the brand’s medium-format cameras for much, much less than the thousands it costs to actually own it. The service has been designed to make life a little easier for those on the fence about investing ...

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Photo of Android Gets a Top Prize in Prestigious Portrait Contest


One of the world’s prestigious international portrait photography competitions has sparked a conversation about the nature of portrait photography after it awarded a top prize to a photo that doesn’t even show an actual human being: the portrait is of an android. The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the ...

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This 89-Year-Old Shoots Playful Self-Portraits


Kimiko Nishimoto picked up a camera for the first time when she was 72 years old. 15 years later, the 89-year-old photographer is now receiving a good deal of attention in Japan for her photography. Nishimoto is a talented still life photographer who captures the tiny, beautiful details of flowers, ...

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