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Fitchburg Art Museum gets a 500-piece photography donation

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Fitchburg Art Museum gets a 500-piece photography donation


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Seen@ The 43 towns Photography Exhibit at Mass Mutual Center in Springfield

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Seen@ The 43 towns Photography Exhibit at Mass Mutual Center in Springfield


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Kathy Griffin withdraws apology over gruesome Trump photo shoot

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Kathy Griffin withdraws apology over gruesome Trump photo shoot


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She posted a photo of herself giving Trump the finger. She lost her job. Was her firing fair?

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She posted a photo of herself giving Trump the finger. She lost her job. Was her firing fair?


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Photo exhibit at National Blues Museum takes insider's look at Chicago blues scene

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Photo exhibit at National Blues Museum takes insider's look at Chicago blues scene


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ART crews to begin camera installation at intersections

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Seriously ill 5-year-old gets the wedding photo shoot of her dreams

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Vernon Hills creates drone policy as village discovers new uses for aerial photography
Vernon Hills is taking to the sky in an effort to capture images that can be used for everything from police planning to stream inspections. The aerial footage, some of which is posted to YouTube, includes flights over the Mellody Farm construction site at Milwaukee Avenue and Townline Road, the Menards construction near Gregg’s Landing, and the housing project next to the Cuneo Mansion   Read More ...
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Stephen Shore’s MoMA Survey Shows a Restless Reformer as a Master of Photography
In the art world of the 1960s and 1970s, the photograph came to have a multiplicity of functions: it could document a performance (as in the art of Carolee Schneemann), advocate a social message (Danny Lyon), underpin a conceptual practice (Sol LeWitt), or relate a fictional narrative (Eleanor Antin). And today, now that cameras are ubiquitous and cloud-compatible, we often expect photography to serve as a tool for other efforts   Read More ...
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California Couple Renews Vows in Jaw-Dropping Cliffside Photo Shoot: 'It Was So Worth It'
An adventurous couple hiked miles to a jaw-dropping scenic cliff to capture stunning photographs as they recited their vows. Tim and Kylie Healy have been married since February 2015, but they were unable take the wedding pictures they imagined back then due to some unfortunate weather problems and unforeseen circumstances. So the couple, along with photographer Nick Falangas of Priscila Valentina Photography, recently flew to Norway to hike Trolltunga, a famous rock formation that has become a major tourist attraction   Read More ...
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California Couple Renews Vows in Jaw-Dropping Cliffside Photo Shoot: ‘It Was So Worth It’
An adventurous couple hiked miles to a jaw-dropping scenic cliff to capture stunning photographs as they recited their vows. Tim and Kylie Healy have been married since February 2015, but they were unable take the wedding pictures they imagined back then due to some unfortunate weather problems and unforeseen circumstances. So the couple, along with photographer Priscila Valentina, recently flew to Norway to hike Trolltunga, a famous rock formation that has become a major tourist attraction   Read More ...
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Smithsonian, Christo stole credit from top photographer, lawsuit says
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Smithsonian Institution and the artist Christo were sued on Tuesday by a New York photographer who accused them of stealing credit for his photos of “Running Fence,” a 1976 installation that remains one of Christo’s best-known works. Gianfranco Gorgoni said he never gave permission to use his copyrighted photos of the 24-mile (39 km) nylon-and-steel installation for a 2010 book, “Remembering the Running Fence,” and film accompanying a Smithsonian exhibition   Read More ...
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Boys with Special Needs Who Dream of Being Cops Get Sweet Police-Themed Photo Shoot
A trio of South Dakota boys with special needs got the surprise of a lifetime when a group of police officers shut down a road and used four squad cars to give the boys an extra special photo shoot. Zane, 13, Owen, 11, and 7-year-old Elliott have long dreamed of being police officers. So, earlier this month, photographer Carrie Lewis of Glass Crown Photography enlisted the help of the Rapid City Police Department to give the boys a police-themed shoot   Read More ...
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How the Fashions of the 1960s Reflected Social Change
The book Mod New York: Fashion Takes a Trip , which is being released in coordination with a show of the same name at the Museum of the City of New York (opening Wednesday), takes a look at the influences behind and lasting influence of American fashion in the years between 1960 and 1973. As this sampling of photos shows, fashion's reach was broad, stretching all the way to the White House   Read More ...
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Photography as a salve for loneliness | Ryan Pfluger | TEDxPasadena
Photographer Ryan Pfluger shares how he came to use the medium of photography as a means for therapy and connection. During several solitary road trips within the United States, Ryan unexpectedly discovered that by the spontaneous meeting of strangers and the gentle expression of kindness showed by acknowledging someone else’s true self-worth, he was able to not only heal his own loneliness but that of many others. Ryan Pfluger is a New York-based photographer. His photographs often deal with the subtly of body posture, the gaze, and the role of self-portraiture, as an exploration of what portraiture means in our presently-saturated culture of images   Read More ...
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Sen. Al Franken groped Arianna Huffington in 2000 photo shoot, NY Post reports
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., touched Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington on the breast and buttocks during a 2000 photo shoot, The New York Post reported Friday. Huffington said there was nothing "remotely inappropriate" about the photos. The Post published two photos: one showing Franken touching Huffington as the pair stood back to back, and the other showing Franken grabbing her breast as he hugged her from behind   Read More ...
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Camera operator dies in Ghana on set of Netflix drama
LONDON — A British camera operator has died on the set of the BBC/Netflix miniseries "The Forgiving Earth." Agent Sarah Prince said Monday that Mark Milsome died in Ghana over the weekend while filming a night-time stunt sequence for the thriller. She said an investigation is underway. Prince said Milsome was "an incredibly humble and talented man. ... We are all devastated by his loss   Read More ...
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Camera operator dies in Ghana on set of Netflix drama
LONDON (AP) — A British camera operator has died on the set of the BBC/Netflix miniseries "The Forgiving Earth." Agent Sarah Prince said Monday that Mark Milsome died in Ghana over the weekend while filming a night-time stunt sequence for the thriller. She said an investigation is underway. Prince said Milsome was "an incredibly humble and talented man. ... We are all devastated by his loss   Read More ...
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Columbia gallery filled with Maryland photographers
Artists tend to work on their own, but sometimes there is strength in numbers. The Maryland Photography Alliance Juried Exhibition at the Columbia Art Center showcases a newly-formed alliance of photography clubs from around the state. Photographers from all over Maryland get to share the same gallery walls, and in doing so they also give a sense of the state of photography in terms of subject matter and style   Read More ...
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Photographer photoshops Channing Tatum's head on body of client's ex in family photoshoot
DALLAS (WIS) - It pays to have friends that are photographers. That's probably how Keri Gray Dryman feels about her friend Kirsten Mackie of Starling Photography. "Keri was a client first, and then a friend," Mackie said. "She’s used me for all of her photography needs over the last several years and we have become pretty close friends!" Dryman took a family photoshoot with her kids and her now ex-husband before their break-up   Read More ...
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Platinum Love! See Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's 70th Anniversary-Themed Photo Shoot
After , Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have earned their platinum milestone. And they are celebrating their long-lasting marriage with a perfectly-themed photo shoot. On Sunday — just one day after releasing their first anniversary portrait — the royal couple released a second sequence of three new photos. Only this time, they are photographed against a platinum-textured backdrop. And just like the metal, their union is strong, precious and rare   Read More ...
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Platinum Love! See Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s 70th Anniversary-Themed Photo Shoot
After , Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have earned their platinum milestone. And they are celebrating their long-lasting marriage with a perfectly-themed photo shoot. On Sunday — just one day after releasing their first anniversary portrait — the royal couple released a second sequence of three new photos. Only this time, they are photographed against a platinum-textured backdrop. And just like the metal, their union is strong, precious and rare   Read More ...
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Local photographer chronicles “A Connecticut Christmas” in new book
Chester-based photographer Caryn B. Davis started her career 30 years ago as a cameraperson, editor, and documentary producer, and since 2000 has been a professional photographer specializing in architectural photography. Her work has taken across the United States and to many foreign countries, but her latest project is a visual holiday tour of her (and our) beloved Connecticut. For more information about Caryn's work and a schedule of book signings, visit her website   Read More ...
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Playboy casts Molly Constable, a plus-sized model, for new photo shoot
Playboy is stepping out of its comfort zone by featuring Molly Constable, a plus-sized model. The men's magazine teased Constable's photo shoot with photographer Heather Hazzan on Instagram with the caption, "@mollyconstable revisits her roots in the beautiful upstate New York countryside. Constable told Harper's Bazaar in February that she was discovered on Instagram. The social media platform has paid off for Constable, where she has over 27,700 followers   Read More ...
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NFL’s Thursday Night Football looked like a video game. Plenty of fans didn’t like it
NFL fans and commentators were again divided on Thursday night, only this time it wasn’t about players kneeling during the national anthem. It was over a camera angle. Thursday Night Football’s matchup between the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers looked an awful lot like a video game. That’s because the broadcast’s primary angle was from SkyCam, a moving camera attached to wires that hangs about 15 feet over the field   Read More ...
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NFL's Thursday Night Football looked like a video game. Plenty of fans didn't like it
NFL fans and commentators were again divided on Thursday night, only this time it wasn't about players kneeling during the national anthem. It was over a camera angle. Thursday Night Football's matchup between the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers looked an awful lot like a video game. That's because the broadcast's primary angle was from SkyCam, a moving camera attached to wires that hangs about 15 feet over the field   Read More ...
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Veteran WCVB photojournalist Stanley Forman honored
Veteran WCVB and Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Stanley Forman was honored Thursday night with the Silver Circle Award, a special recognition from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to honor veteran television professionals who have made significant contributions to their community.   Read More ...
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News Photography That Steps Back From Grief and Crime Scenes
Because of this, it is important to make images that go beyond grief and crime scenes. Step back. Give a sense of place. Show not just what a scene looks like but, more important, what it feels like. Get what you need and move on. While most of my recent work deals with current events, I am usually taking a granular look at the lives of those connected to a larger issue (immigration, the opioid crisis, politics)   Read More ...
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Michigan ranks No. 1 for fall color photography
Michigan's fall colors are the best and Nikon Inc. can back that up. For the second year in a row, Nikon named Michigan the No. 1 spot for "capturing stunning images of beautiful fall foliage." Nikon recently asked photographers to post their fall photos using hashtags such as #NikonFallMI on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Nikon used the hashtags to tally photos from each state to determine a winner of its Fall Foliage campaign   Read More ...
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Fitchburg Art Museum gets a 500-piece photography donation
Watertown photography collector and periodontist Anthony Terrana has donated a 500-piece collection to the Fitchburg Art Museum. That’s very big news for the local institution. The collection includes works by photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz, Alexander Rodchenko, Danny Lyon, Jim Dow, andNan Goldin. Capasso said Terrana chose Fitchburg because he wanted “the donation to make a transformative impact.” The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond   Read More ...
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Obama photographer Pete Souza publishes book of iconic photos
Photos of the most iconic moments of the Barack Obama presidency are available in a new book by Obama's chief official photographer, Pete Souza, a former Chicago Tribune photographer.   Read More ...
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The History of Photography is a History of Shattered Glass
Photo It has only been a few weeks, but I can already feel the events in Las Vegas slipping away from me. The horror that unfolded there is indelible: A single shooter killed at least 58 people and injured hundreds more. And yet the horror is not indelible; it is fading, as most public tragedies eventually do. (You might even have wondered, reading the above, Which events in Las Vegas?) Since Oct   Read More ...
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Empowering ‘Don’t Label Me’ Project Helps Women Stand Up to Body Shaming
A group of women created a powerful photo series that has them literally crossing out the names they’ve been called — with a bit of glitter. Abigail Spencer and Meg Bishop of Salt and Light Photography in Grants Pass, Oregon organized the “Don’t Label Me” project to help women reclaim power over their bodies. They photographed a diverse group of seven women, each with their own unique story and struggles   Read More ...
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Jenna Fischer's First Kiss Scene with John Krasinski Transported Her to a 'New Reality'
You never forget your first kiss … or in the case of The Office star Jenna Fischer, you never forget your first on-camera kiss with John Krasinski. In her new book, the 43-year-old actress presents advice for aspiring actors and reflects on the gig that launched her career: securing the role of Pam in The Office. As fans of the nine-season show know, it was Pam’s connection with her coworker, Jim, played by Krasinski, that became one of the most beloved aspects of the comedy series   Read More ...
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Mail photographer wins award in statewide art competition
Gazette-Mail photographer F. Brian Ferguson received an award of excellence last weekend in the state Division of Culture and History’s annual “West Virginia Juried Exhibition.” In January 2016, Ferguson profiled Ed Shepard, a then-92-year-old Welch resident who started his Union 76 service station in 1950 and was still in business at the time. It was one of those photos that won the prize   Read More ...
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Omarosa Manigault Banned From Publishing Wedding Photos After Crashing White House For PhotoShoot?
White House officials are rumored to have banned cabinet member Omarosa Manigault from publishing certain photos from her 39-person bridal shower after she reportedly crashed the Oval Office for an unauthorized photo shoot. Politico reports the former reality TV star and Apprentice show villain escorted members of her party onto the grounds where they “loudly wandered around, looking to snap photos in the Rose Garden and throughout the West Wing   Read More ...
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Seen@ The 43 towns Photography Exhibit at Mass Mutual Center in Springfield
Photo example of what was Seen@ towns Photography Exhibit at Mass Mutual Center on November 10, 2017. (Jeremy Wilson Photo)   Read More ...
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New York Times photographer tweets ‘photo’ of black box to protest White House coverage blackout
DANANG, Vietnam — News photographers traveling with President Trump are protesting a lack of access provided by the White House to his events here at a regional economic conference. On Saturday, New York Times photographer Doug Mills, a member of the White House Correspondents' Association board, tweeted a “photo” of a black box, framed with a decorative border, to illustrate the group's frustration   Read More ...
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In a race against time, Ridley Scott cuts out Kevin Spacey
NEW YORK (AP) — Matt Damon walked onto the set of “The Martian” one morning to find Ridley Scott speaking into multiple walkie-talkies and directing an army of camera operators. “He was shooting four cameras at a time. I was skeptical about it, and each frame is, like, a Ridley Scott frame — beautiful,” Damon recalled in 2015. “I said, ‘God, Ridley, each of those shots is perfect   Read More ...
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This Photographer Captures Museum-goers Who Look Like the Art
Just as dog owners often look like their pets, romantic partners seem to mysteriously resemble each other more and more over time. So too, apparently, do museum-goers often bear a striking resemblance to the pieces of art that resonate with them. Stefan Draschan, 38, an Austrian-born photographer, first started noticing people who looked like paintings when he captured a man standing in front of a Georges Braque in Berlin in the summer of 2014   Read More ...
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Heather Unruh once delivered the news but now makes it
When Heather Unruh signed off for the final time last fall as anchor of the 6 p.m. newscast on WCVB-TV (Channel 5), it figured to be a while before she was in front of a camera again. It was only a year. Wednesday, Unruh was once more speaking into a camera — several of them, in fact — but this time the former TV journalist wasn’t delivering the news but making it   Read More ...
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Kathy Griffin withdraws apology over gruesome Trump photo shoot
Less than six months after begging for forgiveness for holding a faux bloody severed head resembling President Donald Trump during a photo shoot, Kathy Griffin now says has no regrets. In an interview with BBC World News on Wednesday, Griffin said she was not sorry for her actions and knew what she was doing at the time. "I take the apology back 1,000 percent," Griffin said   Read More ...
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She posted a photo of herself giving Trump the finger. She lost her job. Was her firing fair?
A Virginia woman out riding her bike on her own time, hair pulled back in a ponytail under her helmet, flashed her middle finger at President Trump’s passing motorcade. A photographer captured the moment. The photo of Juli Briskman went viral. Briskman posted the photo on her Facebook and Twitter pages. She then told her company about the photo and postings   Read More ...
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Barack Obama Unplugged: Former W.H. Photographer Pete Souza Shows Off Never-Before-Seen Shots
Former White House photographer Pete Souza was by President Barack Obama’s side, snapping away throughout his two terms in office. And in Souza’s new book, Obama: An Intimate Portrait, available now, he’s looking back at some of his favorite photos from the eight years.   Read More ...
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In pictures: A brief history of street photography
Since its birth in the first half of the 19th century, street photography has transformed into an art form in its own right. Simple and spontaneous, pictures by the genre's greats -- from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Robert Frank -- have served as historical documents, while speaking to something more universal and human. This rich history has been captured in the book "Bystander: A History of Street Photography," a collection of over 300 images compiled by photographer Joel Meyerowitz and writer Colin Westerbeck   Read More ...
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Photo exhibit at National Blues Museum takes insider's look at Chicago blues scene
The blues of Chicago is the focus of “Kirk West Photography: The Blues in Black and White,” a traveling exhibit on view through Feb. 4 at the National Blues Museum’s Scott and Diane McCuaig and Family Gallery. The collection, making its world premiere, features photos of blues greats shot by Kirk West during the 1970s and ’80s in Chicago. It’s curated by West and his wife, Kirsten West   Read More ...
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Former W.H. Photographer Reveals Never-Before-Seen Photos of Obama’s Anguish After Sandy Hook
Former official White House photographer Pete Souza shot close to two million photographs of then-President Barack Obama during his eight years in office — and they weren’t all cute candids with kids. In his new book, Obama: An Intimate Portrait, Souza reveals that one of his hardest days on the job was also what he described as “the worst day” of Obama’s presidency: December 14, 2012, when 20 first-grade students and six staff members died in the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut   Read More ...
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