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Beta Israel: Snapshots Of The Ethiopian Jewish Community

Photographer Ilan Ossendryver admits he didn't know much about Ethiopian Jews before receiving an assignment to cover their migration to Israel.

Now And Then: Rephotographing Iraq

AP photographer Maya Alleruzzo has revisited physical sites photographed by various photographers in Iraq to see what has changed and what hasn't.

10 Years Ago, A Night Vision Of The Iraq Invasion

NPR's David Gilkey was on the ground the night U.S. troops invaded Iraq 10 years ago this week. He describes a photograph he made that first night — one of the first photos of the invasion to come out of Iraq.

Fake It 'Til You Make It: What Came Before Photoshop

"Photoshopping" has these days become synonymous with photo manipulation. But the practice is much older than the computer software — about as old as photography itself.

And The Award For Best Picture Goes To....

More than 450 photographers submitted a shot to SciFri's Winter Nature Photo Contest, and thousands of fans helped choose a winner. Contest judge Clay Bolt discusses the winning entry, and what makes for a prize-winning shot. Plus, tips for budding nature photographers.

It's Called 'De-Extinction' — It's Like 'Jurassic Park,' Except It's Real

Science writer Carl Zimmer says we're not going to bring back dinosaurs. But we might be able to resurrect other extinct species.

Film Cameras Help Young People Act On Nostalgia For A Time They Never Knew

Some young people are trying their hand at photography with old-fashioned film cameras. Urban Outfitters sells several kinds of mechanical cameras. Some like the surprise of not knowing until some time after the pictures are snapped to discover what's on the roll. Audie Cornish asks listeners to send in stories about the sounds older technologies made that they now miss.