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Watch McDonald's Make A Supermodel Out Of A Quarter Pounder

McDonald's Canada Marketing Director Hope Bagozzi responds to a customer's question about how and why the famous McDonald's burgers looks better in front of the lens, and it becomes a YouTube sensation.
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'Napalm Girl': An Iconic Image Of War Turns 40

The image of a girl running from her burning village 40 years ago showed the horrors of the Vietnam War to the world. Now, the little girl is grown up, and she's become a lifelong friend of the AP photographer who took the photo.
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'Canal Zone' Collages Test The Meaning Of 'Fair Use'

Art world superstar Richard Prince is appealing the 2011 ruling that found him liable for copyright infringement. Prince used dozens of images by photographer Patrick Cariou to create collages that his gallery then sold for millions of dollars.
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Shooting Vietnam: Remembering Horst Faas

Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Horst Faas, who captured iconic moments during the Vietnam War, has died. In 1997, he talked to Terry Gross about covering the conflict. "Being in Vietnam and being around a major story of the time was always a great shot of adrenaline," he said.
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Photo Tools and the Evolving Image

We discuss the new social art of photography, and explore the best apps, tools and projects that are changing the practice of photography and "phoneography."

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Dear Photograph: New-Age Nostalgia

A website invites readers to submit photos of photos — images from the past, set in the present.
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Faas Protege Remembers Legendary Photographer

Melissa Block talks to Hal Buell about the life and legacy of Horst Faas, a Vietnam War photographer. Fass died Thursday at the age of 79. Buell used to work with Faas at the Associated Press.

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