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Bicycle Portraits: What Do Bikes Say About A Culture?

It might sound cliched, but in South Africa, fewer people bike than you might think. Two guys with cameras want to change that.
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Poll: Are Your Friends Bombarding You With 'Food Porn'?

A recent parody on YouTube by musical comedians suggests that the amateur "culinary paparazzi" is out of control. We want to know what you think.
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Are Your Facebook Friends Really Your Friends?

If you were to photograph all of your Facebook friends, what would it look like? One photographer, Tanja Hollander, is on a mission to find out.
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Wounded Photographer Stays Focused On Syria

Photographer Paul Conroy survived the attack in Syria that killed journalist Marie Colvin and her colleague Remi Ochlik. Conroy would rather talk about others who don't survive — those with stories that don't get told in the news.
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You're Not Alone: Taxpayers Have Been Miserable For Decades

Photos from Life magazine's archives capture the candid faces of doleful taxpayers.
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Late Photographer Saw The Inner Lives Of Soldiers

War photographer Tim Hetherington was killed in Misrata, Libya, a year ago this week, and friends and family are still mourning their loss. At a show of his photographs in Washington, D.C., one of his friends tells us what made Hetherington a different kind of photographer.

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