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If You Teach A Man To Photograph: Haiti, As Seen By Haitians

It's been two years since Haiti suffered a devastating earthquake. You've seen plenty of photos taken by foreigners, but how many photos by actual Haitians have you seen?
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A Digital Death? Why Kodak Stopped Clicking

Kodak developed the first, 13-pound digital camera in 1975. But it was never really able to capitalize on the product it had invented and its digital strategy was a bust, analysts say. Now, it's trying to sell thousands of patents for the technology behind digital photography to stave off bankruptcy.
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The Death Of The Tangible Is Nigh! (Or Is It?) Share Your Photos Taken On Film

If camera stores are closing — and Kodak may be next — where does that leave photographers?
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Photojournalist Eve Arnold Dies At 99

She captured the ordinary and the extraordinary — but to her, they were all just people in front of the lens.
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Photographer Eve Arnold Dies At 99

Robert Siegel talks to Brigitte Lardinois, associate director photography at the University of the Arts in London, about the late photographer Eve Arnold whose work captured the lives of the rich and famous — and the down and out. Arnold died Wednesday at 99.
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Once A Blockbuster Video, Now A Campaign Headquarters

You might expect grandeur from a political campaign, but here's what they really look like.

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