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external Photos That Cross Borders and Challenge Perceptions

— David Gonzalez at NY Times

“This was a story about an enormous topic, so what could I do that was different?” said Ms. Jarman, who lives in Mexico City. “But this got to the essence of why I entered journalism in the first place, to bring people together and help us recognize our common humanity.”

 
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external Tip: Restore And Digitize Old Photos With Your Smartphone —DIY Photography

 
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external Joe Biden Makes His Instagram Debut In Style —NY Daily News

bidenVice President Joe Biden made his first appearance on Instagram this Wednesday with shots including a “selfie” with President Obama, earning over 3,600 Likes within the first 27 minutes of posting.

 
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external “Google makes it easier to email your smartphone snaps from the web” —Engadget

 
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external 1944 Aerial Photo of Manhattan —Flickr

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In 1944, LIFE magazine photographer Andreas Feininger shot this mesmerizing aerial photo of Manhattan.

 
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external Light And Dark: The Racial Biases That Remain In Photography —NPR

 
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external Instagram Begins Purging Spam Accounts —Time

Instagram announced yesterday that it is now deleting inactive, old, and spam user accounts on a mass scale for the first time. The number of people following you may change through this purge.

 
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external “Former Kodak CEO Doubled Total Pay In 2013″ —USA Today

Then-CEO Antonio M. Perez received $4.46 million in cash: His $1.15 million salary, which was roughly flat compared to 2012 when Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from creditors and a $3.3 million cash bonus through Kodak’s EXCEL bonus plan. And when Kodak emerged from bankruptcy, he received $2.25 million worth of restricted stock units, according to Eastman Kodak’s 2013 proxy statement.

 
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external Iconic Boston Bombing Photograph Tells The Story Of Rescue

— Jeff Bauman at The Guardian

ADDITION Boston Marathon Explosion“[...] the photograph isn’t what most people think it is. It’s not a picture of the bombing. It doesn’t show the explosion, and it doesn’t show me being injured. It is a photograph of the rescue.”

 
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external New Models are Changing the Way Photographers Publish Books —American Photo

“The publisher takes on the financial burden, and it goes out into the world, and if it sells 250 copies or it sells 2,000 copies, the photographer has got their 50 copies and they see the book in print [...] In our model, there’s a possibility that the book is not even going to happen. That’s scary for all of us. But the truth is, we have more books today than we have audiences to buy them—and so that’s pushing people to try things in new and different ways.”

 
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