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Flickr was not the right fit for Yahoo, says an executive at SmugMug, which acquired the photo sharing site.
There’s only one women’s prison in Israel — and a photographer documented the inmates in harrowing detail
At Neve Tirza, the only women's prison in Israel, Jews, Muslims, and Christians languish in overcrowded cells and receive little care from guards.
The goal of establishing a firm boundary to separate the US from Mexico is nothing new.
These are the top 10 best smartphone cameras in the world, according to Consumer Reports' testing.
Selfies can make your face — especially your nose — look about 30% larger than it really is because of the way phone camera lenses distort close-up objects.
A wedding day comes with a mix of emotions, from stress to sadness to utter joy.
Inside the insane, dangerous lives of Alaskan crab fishermen who work 20-hour days in a ‘constant barrage of storms’
Working as a crab fisherman is back-breaking work. In 2002, photographer Corey Arnold left behind San Francisco to try it out. He's been doing it ever since.
Majestic images of a flock of starlings that looks like a giant bird have been shortlisted for a major photography prize
The winners will be revealed on April 19 at Somerset House in London.
If you've ever taken a stellar shot on your smartphone and felt like you could be the next Annie Leibovitz, you may have one or more of these features to thank.
20 incredible photos from one of the most legendary war photographers of all time, who was killed on assignment during the Arab Spring
After 15 years covering conflicts, photojournalist Chris Hondros was killed in 2011. Close friend Greg Campbell is turning his story into a documentary.