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Official: Paparazzi pursuit of Justin Bieber 'tragedy waiting to happen' updated: Tue Jul 10 2012 09:19:00

The paparazzi pursuit of Justin Bieber along Los Angeles freeways is a "tragedy waiting to happen," a Los Angeles city councilman warned.

Four tips for tough photo scenariosupdated: Fri Mar 16 2012 13:51:00

Photographer Adam Fernandez reveals how travelers can take better photos while grappling with motion, glass surfaces, the elements, and?perhaps most challenging of all?other people.

Opinion: Why Instagram photos cheat the viewerupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 20:18:00

It started on Facebook, then spread to Twitter. Now Hipstamatic and Instagram-style pictures are everywhere, including the news media.

Life, in black, white and colorupdated: Sun Jan 15 2012 09:05:00

Winston Churchill, glaring, resolute, combative, left hand on hip, stares straight off the page -- a moment, and an image, like no other.

How Flickr can help save the whalesupdated: Sat Oct 22 2011 09:05:00

Want to help save the humpback whale? Pick up a camera and start taking pictures, says Gale McCullough, a "fluke matcher" at Allied Whale, a research group.

Using vacation photos to save the whalesupdated: Sat Oct 22 2011 09:05:00

Onetime nursery school teacher Gale McCullough explains how the photo site Flickr helps her global whale research.

How to take good pictures with different camerasupdated: Thu Sep 22 2011 09:43:00

In photojournalism, good hardware can go a long way in helping you capture high-quality images, but someone who can properly use a cellphone camera is just as likely to take great photos as a novice equipped with a top-of-the-line DSLR. Knowing whether you're trying to capture spot news or shooting a photo essay is only half the battle: You also need to know how to use different cameras and which tool is appropriate for which situation.

iReport boot camp: Taking better picturesupdated: Thu Aug 11 2011 11:13:00

One topic that has dominated my career is how to photograph a scene that quickly gets to the heart of the story without explanation or embellishment. So how do you do that? Well, the answer doesn't lie with a fancy camera. Excellent visual communication is primarily driven by your unique visual sense, the time spent shooting and a deep connection to the story. In essence, you must do more than take pictures: You must make them. Images that transcend snapshots require extra effort.

Migrant workers shown as superheroes at photography festivalupdated: Fri Jun 03 2011 06:25:00

Ever since the dawn of photography, human beings have turned the camera on themselves, capturing the most expressive part of the human body -- the face.

Catlanta draws on social media to spur scavenger hunt for street artupdated: Mon Apr 11 2011 10:59:00

The hunt begins as soon as word hits the internet. Then they're off, prowling the urban landscape, smartphones in hand, in search of the coveted kitties by the street artist known as Catlanta.

Will lawsuit fears keep photographers away from Kate Middleton?updated: Fri Jan 07 2011 14:00:00

In the days after Diana, Princess of Wales, died in a Paris car crash in 1997, the public mood turned against the paparazzi, the army of photographers whose relentless pursuit of her satisfied an intense demand for celebrity pictures.

New world awaits Kate Middletonupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 14:00:00

CNN's Max Foster spoke with an ex-bodyguard to Princess Diana on what lies ahead for the new royal couple.

Galleries, photographers capture spirit of children in need of homesupdated: Thu Nov 11 2010 02:05:00

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but for foster children in New York City and across the country, a picture is worth improved self-esteem, and potentially, a new home and family.

Leaf-cutting ants carve out photo winupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 13:35:00

Hungarian photographer Bence Mate has won the 2010 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year title for his photo "A marvel of ants." Russell Brand Arrested - by a Paparazzoupdated: Sat Sep 18 2010 15:09:00

The photographer makes the "private person's arrest" after an alleged tussle at LAX, police say

Kardashian, Bieber racy photo shootupdated: Fri Aug 13 2010 12:46:00

Kim Kardashian explains what was going on between her and Justin Bieber during a racy photo shoot. Kim Kardashian Channels Her Inner Cougar with Justin Bieberupdated: Wed Aug 11 2010 07:27:00

The reality star debuts a The Graduate-themed fashion spread with the teen pop star

Three-time war veteran shares his photosupdated: Fri May 28 2010 16:12:00

In his West Virginia home, Peter Ruplenas, a three-time war veteran spends his days thumbing through his personal photography collection.

Facing enemy fire from behind the lensupdated: Fri May 28 2010 16:12:00

Cpl. Reynaldo Leal of the U.S. Marines captures life behind the scenes of the Iraq War.

Adobe's new Photoshop: Worth the upgradeupdated: Mon Apr 12 2010 15:00:00

Photographers have their own version of sleight of hand. They can manipulate people, objects, landscapes and light in images, fooling lesser humans into believing the final product is a representation of reality, rather than something created by hand.

High-flying shutterbugs document small-scale worldupdated: Thu Mar 18 2010 14:39:00

As long as humans have inched closer to the heavens, they have sought to document the view below. From up high, patterns emerge from landscapes and neighborhoods. Things hidden are revealed. Tim Layden: Twice as nice for SI cover girl Vonnupdated: Thu Feb 11 2010 15:57:00

It has been a year of unique moments for Lindsey Vonn. She met Roger Federer at Wimbledon. She spent a day on the set of her beloved Law & Order (although she has not yet fulfilled her goal of playing a corpse on the show). She walked the red carpet at the Emmys. (All of this in addition to becoming the best U.S. women's ski racer in history, which is her day job).

Photographers speak out in UKupdated: Sat Jan 23 2010 17:33:00

Photographers say they are tired of being stopped and searched by police under Britain's terrorism laws.

Photographers protest UK terror lawupdated: Sat Jan 23 2010 17:33:00

Photographers fed up with being stopped and searched by British police under the country's terrorism laws gathered in London to protest against the practice.

Volunteer portraitsupdated: Mon Dec 14 2009 03:23:00

CNN's Susan Candiotti covers international daylong photo shoot of the disadvantaged by volunteers.

Worldwide photo shoot turns camera on those often overlookedupdated: Mon Dec 14 2009 03:23:00

Jeremy Cowart is a professional artist in Nashville, Tennessee, who has photographed rock stars such as Sting and Britney Spears. But on Saturday, he turned his lens on people unlikely to be recognized by anyone but family.

Photographer: Royals entitled to privacyupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 12:08:00

A warning from Britain's queen over paparazzi intrusions won backing from a leading royal photographer Tuesday as speculation mounted that the move could indicate Prince William's imminent engagement.

Royal fight for privacyupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 12:08:00

The British royal family is taking on the tabloids over paparazzi photos. ITN's Jackie Kabler reports

Old-school portraits see resurgence onlineupdated: Thu Aug 27 2009 09:53:00

The art of portraiture, once reserved for the rich, the royal and the holy, has found a new mass appeal online. Report: Paparazzi and Security Guards Clash Outside Gosselin Photo Shootupdated: Mon Jul 20 2009 06:52:00

A disturbance erupts after Kate and her eight visit New York City for a marketing event

Jewelry goes missing from Lohan shootupdated: Tue Jun 16 2009 12:15:00

Police say they are investigating the disappearance of more than $400,000 worth of jewelry from a photo shoot involving Lindsay Lohan in London on June 6.

Early photo of New York fetches $62,500updated: Mon Mar 30 2009 13:43:00

One of the earliest photographs in existence sold for $62,500 at Sotheby's auction house in New York.

Early photograph of New York to be auctionedupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 18:24:00

One of the earliest photographs in existence is expected to fetch as much as $70,000 when it is auctioned off later this month at Sotheby's auction house in New York. Jeremy Piven Refuses to Do a 'Mediocre' Photo Shootupdated: Fri Jan 23 2009 20:19:00

The Entourage star gets surly – and rips the arms off his shirt during a shoot

FSB: E-commerce success fuels photojournalism fundupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 11:56:00

According to a Native American myth, crows look back with one eye and into the future with the other. Serial entrepreneur Andy Patrick, 47, applied that philosophy to create FiftyCrows Foundation, a nonprofit that funds photojournalists who document injustices throughout the world.

Photographs of Madonna could sell for $10,000 eachupdated: Fri Jan 16 2009 16:37:00

Two photographs of Madonna set to appear in a Christie's auction next month will probably sell for at least $10,000 each, according to estimates posted on the company's Web site.

Images of China win new photo awardupdated: Mon Jan 05 2009 10:36:00

The inaugural Prix Pictet photography award has been won by Canadian Benoit Aquin for his series of images depicting desertification in China entitled "The Chinese Dust Bowl".

How baby on iconic Nirvana album swam underwaterupdated: Thu Dec 11 2008 09:37:00

On a sunny day at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center in Pasadena, California, in 1991, photographer Kirk Weddle was setting up to shoot what would become an iconic image in rock music.

Fashion photographer sees warupdated: Fri Nov 07 2008 14:25:00

Fashion photographer Rankin takes time to make powerful pictures of people from Congo. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.

The Beatles: Two days in the lifeupdated: Fri May 30 2008 09:36:00

When Honey magazine commissioned photojournalist Michael Ward to follow and photograph an up-and-coming music group called The Beatles in February 1963, he had never heard of the Liverpool-based rock band.

The Beatles in picturesupdated: Fri May 30 2008 09:36:00

Never before seen images of the Fab Four in '63 and '68 on sale in London, reports CNN's Alphonso Van Marsh. Photojournalist Cornell Capa Diesupdated: Fri May 23 2008 16:00:00

Pioneer photojournalist Cornell Capa, who used his pictures to illuminate social and political causes and also founded the International Center of Photography has died Rosie O'Donnell: 'Leave Miley Cyrus Alone'updated: Tue Apr 29 2008 22:54:00

She uses her blog to discuss the controversy about the 15-year-old's Vanity Fair photos Jamie Lee Curtis: Adults Should Have Protected Mileyupdated: Tue Apr 29 2008 10:16:00

"She shouldn't have to deal with any of this," says Curtis, who had her own topless photo shoot Annie Leibovitz Sorry Miley Portrait Was 'Misinterpreted'updated: Tue Apr 29 2008 09:23:00

The famed photographer says she discussed the image with Cyrus and thinks it's "very beautiful"

Photographer defends Miley Cyrus photoupdated: Tue Apr 29 2008 08:00:00

Annie Leibovitz on Monday defended her provocative photograph for Vanity Fair magazine of teen heartthrob Miley Cyrus -- aka Hannah Montana -- who has expressed embarrassment about the pose. Miley Cyrus: I'm Sorry for Photosupdated: Mon Apr 28 2008 17:55:00

"I feel so embarrassed," the teen tells PEOPLE about a new set of provocative pictures Iraqis Free Accused Photojournalistupdated: Wed Apr 09 2008 16:00:00

A news photographer, detained two years by the US military on terrorism allegations, has been set free by an Iraqi judicial committee Ashton Reveals His Domestic Routine – And Underwear updated: Tue Mar 18 2008 08:04:00

Kutcher poses in his briefs for a futuristic photo spread with Mario Testino Lindsay's Mom: Nude Photos 'Tastefully Done'updated: Wed Feb 20 2008 16:22:00

Lindsay Lohan's nude pictorial in the current issue of New York magazine has received the stamp of approval from her manager-mom Dina. Mario Testino: Kate Middleton Isn't Working for Meupdated: Tue Feb 12 2008 09:23:00

Contrary to press reports, aspiring photographer Kate Middleton isn't teaming up with Mario Testino.

Lost negatives may shed new light on famed photographerupdated: Mon Feb 04 2008 14:03:00

Thousands of photographic negatives documenting the Spanish Civil War by famed photographer Robert Capa, presumed lost for decades, have found a permanent home at a photography center founded by Capa's brother.

'The Mexican Suitcase'updated: Mon Feb 04 2008 14:03:00

Thousands of photo negatives have been recovered, showing photographer Robert Capa's images of the Spanish Civil War. Looking Back on Edward Steichenupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 08:00:00

A major retrospective opens on the photographer often hailed as the greatest of the 20th century SNEAK PEEK: Laila Ali's 'Got Milk?' Photo Shootupdated: Wed Oct 17 2007 21:42:00

Laila Ali is going for a second helping of milk.

Q&A with Mario Testinoupdated: Sun Aug 12 2007 22:46:00

Peru-born Mario Testino is one of the world's most sought-after fashion photographers. Here, in extracts from his interviews with CNN, he talks about the power of photography, his South American roots and the 1997 images he took of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Planning a Versace campaignupdated: Sun Aug 12 2007 22:46:00

Planning a Versace campaign Queen Elizabeth Snaps at Annie Leibovitz in New Docupdated: Thu Jul 12 2007 16:53:00

Queen Elizabeth II was not amused when celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz suggested she remove her crown for a portrait, a clip from a new BBC documentary reveals.

'Rock 'n' roll photographer' comes of ageupdated: Thu May 10 2007 19:11:00

Annie Leibovitz lopes through the blond-floored galleries at the High Museum of Art, eyed by film stars, comedians, writers, dancers and those who have known and loved her best.

Fortune: Fortune's greatest photo archivesupdated: Mon Apr 23 2007 10:45:00

Fortune invented magazine photojournalism, hiring luminaries like Ansel Adams and Walker Evans. The photos featured here represent some of the best examples of that tradition.

Business 2.0: The best of digital camerasupdated: Thu Apr 12 2007 19:02:00

Affordable digital cameras have finally broken the 10-megapixel barrier. Business 2.0 Magazine picks three that will satisfy even the pickiest photographer.

Business 2.0: Photo wars: A $2 billion business gets roughupdated: Wed Apr 04 2007 09:15:00

Steve Davis used to have a hard time explaining to his mom what he did for a living. She understood that he was the CEO of a Seattle company called Corbis, that it was owned by Bill Gates, and that...

Business 2.0: Remote-Controlled Creativityupdated: Thu Mar 15 2007 12:16:00

Halle Hutchison was in a bind. She needed an army of models and photographers for a big marketing campaign at T-Mobile, and fast. So she took a shortcut - no hiring freelancers, booking shoots, or ... Swimsuit secretsupdated: Wed Feb 14 2007 13:19:00

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- A story about models and rock stars needs to be written here. After all, long before Sports Illustrated brought the two groups together for this year's Swimsuit Issue, the Chateau Marmont helped facilitate their rendezvous inside the various suites, cottages and bungalows nestled alongside this hill overlooking Sunset Blvd.

Photographer Testino: Models not too thinupdated: Thu Feb 08 2007 09:36:00

Debating the merits of ultra-thin models is one of the hottest topics in fashion right now, but photographer Mario Testino does not believe the girls he photographs are causes for concern.

Fortune: Investors zoom in on photographyupdated: Fri Nov 17 2006 17:21:00

If you had wandered into the New York location of Christie's auction house in 1996, you could have purchased a print of Helmut Newton's "Two Pairs of Legs in Black Stockings, Paris" for about $2,30...

Q & A: David Bailey interview (part 2)updated: Thu Nov 02 2006 06:12:00

TS: What is it about a photographer that makes you notice them?

'This wasn't a job for him, it was his life'updated: Mon Aug 14 2006 17:25:00

Dan Young, director of CNN/US's field operations, died Sunday after a battle with leukemia. He was 47. During 24 years at CNN, he worked as a photographer on some of the biggest and most dangerous assignments of his time.

Bill Wyman's view of the worldupdated: Wed May 31 2006 10:56:00

In 1965 -- the year of "Satisfaction" -- the Rolling Stones were finally starting to make some rock-star money. The members of the group purchased houses, cars and started investing in their individual passions.

In defense of paparazziupdated: Tue May 09 2006 08:04:00

Frank Griffin, a photographer and co-owner of the paparazzi agency Bauer-Griffin, says he strives to be as "professional as I can" in his line of work.

FSB: The Image Is Everythingupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

I'm shivering on the shores of Jackson lake at dawn, waiting to catch my prey in the cross hairs. The sun is just beginning to peek over the horizon. Where are those rabbits, bison, and elk when yo...

FSB: The Wet Lookupdated: Thu Sep 01 2005 00:01:00

If you want to take a photo class in another medium, the Jim Church School of Underwater Photography, based in Miami, is the only school that uses live-aboard boats from the Aggressor fleet, specia...

Photography tips for the travelerupdated: Thu Jul 28 2005 12:21:00

Is that the Eiffel Tower shooting out of your spouse's head? And what was it about that tiny person in the distance that was so interesting to you?

Kidman wins paparazzi restraintupdated: Wed Jan 26 2005 20:31:00

Australian film star Nicole Kidman has won interim restraining orders against two Sydney-based paparazzi photographers.

Prince: No apology for club fracasupdated: Sat Oct 23 2004 04:50:00

Britain's Prince Harry will not apologize to a paparazzi photographer he scuffled with outside a London nightclub, a royal spokesman says.

Harry tussle: 'Apology to Charles'updated: Fri Oct 22 2004 06:55:00

Britain's Prince Harry has apologized to his father, Prince Charles, over his scuffle with a paparazzi photographer outside a nightclub, a London newspaper reported.

UK prince in tussle with paparazziupdated: Thu Oct 21 2004 04:28:00

Britain's Prince Harry has scuffled with photographers near a London nightclub, denting efforts to shrug off his image as a royal "wild child."

Through the war photographer's lensupdated: Fri May 14 2004 11:04:00

Award winning photojournalist Odd Anderson's images of the war in Iraq have been printed and broadcast around the world.

McCartney 'faces scuffle probe'updated: Fri Jan 16 2004 07:50:00

Police will question Sir Paul McCartney about a scuffle that broke out when the former Beatle went to see illusionist David Blaine in his glass box in London, reports say.

Money Magazine: Affordable Click DIGITAL CAMERASupdated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Around 40 years ago, the cameras that pros used--single-lens reflex numbers with interchangeable lenses--finally fell within a hobbyist's budget. Suddenly, the streets of Rome were overrun by folks...

Fortune: Picture-Perfect Gadgets Everything clicks with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel and the smartest of the new smart updated: Mon Oct 13 2003 00:01:00

It's hard to convince people that the Canon EOS Digital Rebel is a serious camera when you're drooling, grinning like a fool, making little "ooh, ahh" noises, and fondling its body like a mother c...

Money Magazine: Pixel Perfect Talk about everything clicking. The latest digital cameras are so smart and so powerful, it's updated: Fri Aug 01 2003 00:01:00

There's a lonely spot at your local camera store: the section of counter with the point-and-shoot film cameras. "We take them out and dust them and place them back on the shelf," says a clerk at a ...

Money Magazine: The best digital camerasupdated: Thu Jul 31 2003 10:45:00

Which digital cameras are best? It depends on how you want to use them. There are four basic kinds.

FSB: 360[degrees] Digital Photography Everything you need to shoot, print, and showcase.updated: Mon Jul 01 2002 00:01:00

CANON EOS-D60, $2,199 Stiffed on another wedding gig because your pics stank? Turn things around with this professional-photographer-friendly, six-megapixel camera that delivers stunning color. You...

Fortune: Pretty As A Picture Digital cameras--finally!--have gotten better, cheaper, and easier to use. Get snappy with updated: Mon Jan 22 2001 00:01:00

Early adopters of digital cameras often became surly adopters. That's because the first models were expensive and rarely performed as well as those $10 disposable cameras sold in drugstores. But in...

Money Magazine: Camera Lucidity Here are five great cameras, both digital and--for the best values--traditional 35mm.updated: Sat Jul 01 2000 00:01:00

Digital, digital, digital. When it comes to cameras, it's all you hear about these days. Yes, it is amazing that you can see your photos instantly and then delete the ones that make you look...well...

Fortune: Point, Click, Shoot...Score! What can digital photography do for you? In short, everything you've ever wupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

It's time for the family picnic--time to do your duty. While everyone else is eating, drinking, and generally having a great time, you take photos. On Monday you drop the film at the drugstore; on ...

Fortune: FORTUNE's Early Eye Photography has always been at the core of FORTUNE. But if that commitment hasn't changed, updated: Mon Mar 06 2000 00:01:00

When FORTUNE first appeared in February 1930, only one name got special billing on the table of contents: Margaret Bourke-White. In those days Henry Luce, co-founder of Time Inc., didn't give write...

Fortune: Why Kodak Still Isn't Fixed America's other famous troubled giants--IBM, GM, Sears--got turned around. Not this one. Can CEO Geoupdated: Mon May 11 1998 00:01:00

George Fisher, normally a cerebral, rational scientist, is mad. "We've run out of patience--we're in a kill mode," he said, sitting in his Rochester, N.Y., office on a recent rainy day. Kodak's 57-...


From the early 1930s to the mid-1940s, Arthur Fellig was at every tenement house fire, gangland shooting, shipwreck, and major disaster--natural and otherwise--that took place in New York City, cap...

Fortune: A STUDENT OF THE "BIG GUYS"updated: Mon Jan 15 1996 00:01:00

I FIRST CAME to know Louis Psihoyos--the extraordinarily talented photographer who shot the picture of Michael Jordan for our cover--on a bone-cold, rainy day in December 1988, just before Christma...

Fortune: THE CEO AS SHUTTERBUGupdated: Mon Jan 11 1993 00:01:00

To say Howard Stein, CEO of mutual fund giant Dreyfus, likes things in black and white has nothing to do with his job. But it has lots to do with his new hobby: still photography. ''I had a darkroo...

Money Magazine: SHOOT FOR SNAPPY PROFITS BY INVESTING IN PHOTOGRAPHSupdated: Mon Jun 01 1992 00:01:00

Yearning to own museum-quality art on a budget? It can be done -- again. Thanks to a slump that has depressed prices by up to 15% since early 1990, you can now buy vintage photographs for a few tho...

Fortune: THE NEW LOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY The transition from film to electronic imaging seems sure to excite consumers and create fast-growinupdated: Mon Jul 01 1991 00:01:00

HOLD ON to your lens caps, shutterbugs. A storm of technological innovations and new products is gathering over the world of photography. When it breaks sometime in the 1990s, it will blow away muc...

Money Magazine: Money Tip The dangers of no-printupdated: Thu Jun 01 1989 00:01:00

While the fine print in many contracts may contain clauses hazardous to consumers, there are other types of agreements where the absence of provisions can be just as dangerous. Hiring a contractor ...

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