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A Photographer Captures Extraordinary Moments Of Everyday Indian Life

Photographer Steve McCurry — he took the famous Afghan girl portrait for National Geographic — shares scenes from across the subcontinent in his new book.
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In 'Heirloom Harvest,' Old-School Portraits Of Vegetable Treasures

A leading expert of the daguerreotype started photographing a gardener's collection of heirloom vegetables 15 years ago. They've published a book to honor the unusual varieties in the collection.
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The Sad, Happy Life Of Harry Whittier Frees

An early pioneer in American pet photography, Frees died in poverty and obscurity.
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It's Hard To Say What African Design Is, But It Sure Is Stunning

"Making Africa" at the Guggenheim Bilbao has dazzling portraits, strange videos and weird-looking glasses.
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Prepare For Takeoff: Smithsonian Celebrates The Art Of The Airport Tower

Photographer Carolyn Russo says these beacons of the landscape serve as "cultural greeters." Her dramatic photographs are on display at the Air and Space museum in Washington, D.C.
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Ghost Towns, Surreal Ebola Docs, Hip Hats: It's Africa's Big Photo Show

This year, the Biennale of Photography is all about "Telling Time" — and it comes at a telling time for the host country of Mali.
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Building The Library Of Congress — In A GIF

Strung together into a short video, images of the construction of the Library of Congress in the late 19th century illustrate a nation's commitment to knowledge.
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Photojournalist Pays It Forward After Earning Thousands In Copyright Fees

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to photojournalist Yunghi Kim who has taken copyright fees from her photographs and created small grants for other photographers.
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Heroic Women In Strong Poses: Serena Williams, Amy Schumer In Pirelli Calendar

"Beautiful, gross, strong, thin, fat, pretty, ugly, sexy, disgusting, flawless, woman." — that's how comedian Amy Schumer sums up this year's Pirelli calendar.
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Eye On The Invisible: A Photographer's Quest To Spotlight The Stateless

Greg Constantine has spent 10 years documenting the world's stateless people. They live without passports, without ID cards, without dignity — but not without hope.

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