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NASA Astronaut Brings 4-Year-Old Son to Spacesuit Photo Shoot

When NASA astronaut Anne McClain had her official spacesuit photo shoot leading up to her trip to the International Space Station in November, she decided to do something unusual: McClain brought along her 4-year-old son for the session, and the resulting photos are adorable. Business Insider reports that her (since ...

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How NOT to Reply When Your Request to Use Photos is Rejected

If you’re a business looking to license photos directly from a photographer, there are better and worse ways to respond if the photographer rejects your request and decides not to allow the use of their photos. That’s what one convention recently learned the hard way. It all started when photographer ...

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Photo Contest Judges Raise Alarm: We Didn’t Judge Anything…

There’s something strange going on with the International Photographer of the Year (IPOTY) photo contest. 11 of the 14 photographers listed as judges for the IPOTY 2017 contest say they weren’t asked to judge a single thing before the winners were announced in February (and the other 3 couldn’t be ...

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Nat Geo: ‘Our Coverage Was Racist’

National Geographic made ripples today by admitting that the famous yellow-bordered magazine spent decades of its history publishing coverage that was racist. After the April 2018 issue of National Geographic was scheduled to be a special issue on the subject of race, National Geographic “decided it had better take a ...

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Photo Shoot Helicopter Crash in NYC’s East River Kills 5

A private helicopter being used for a photography flight crashed into New York City’s East River on Sunday, killing the 5 passengers on board who were “tightly harnessed” when the chopper became submerged. The pilot managed to escape. The police department says the helicopter owned by Liberty Helicopters and operated ...

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