Posts Tagged ‘september11th’

10-Year Timelapse Shows the Construction of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

The 9/11 Memorial Museum opens officially in two days. It is the final piece of the decade-long endeavor to memorialize the victims and location of what was the deadliest terrorist attacks to ever take place on American soil.

The above time-lapse, shared by EarthCam, documents the almost ten-year process, from October 2004 to May 2014, of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum being built.

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Sarah Palin Sued for Using an Iconic 9/11 Photo Without Permission


Sarah Palin is being sued after her political action committee (or PAC) posted an iconic September 11th photo on her Facebook page and website without asking permission from the copyright owner. Read more…

One of Those Shots… September 13, 2001


I was divorced about a week, so it was perhaps understandable that I was already feeling a little shellshocked when I started another day of work as an advertising photographer at Filenes in Boston on September 11, 2001. Read more…

9/11 Photographed From the International Space Station

When the September 11th terrorist attacks happened exactly 11 years ago today, NASA astronaut Frank Culpertson was the only American not on planet Earth. Looking down at New York City from the International Space Station, he managed to snap the powerful photo above (high res here), showing the smoke plume from the World Trade Center site.
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Remembering 9/11 Through Glimpses into the Past

As a tribute to 9/11, Jason Powell revisited locations where photos of the attacks were captured on that fateful day and rephotographed them with the photos overlaid on the background.
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How Photographers’ Rights Have Eroded Since September 11th

Here’s a startling video on how 9/11 turned using a camera in public into a “suspicious activity”:

After 9/11, the government began encouraging local police, private security and everyday Americans to report so-called “suspicious activity” that may indicate a security threat. Taking photos of landmarks, walking “nervously” and writing in a notebook are all activities that have led to people being stopped and questioned.

A disconcerting fact from the video: more than 15,000 “suspicious activity” reports are currently being stored — perhaps indefinitely — in a national law enforcement database.