Photography

11:57am

Thu May 30, 2013
The Two-Way

'Chicago Sun-Times' Fires Its Photographers

The Chicago Sun Times' offices.
Scott Olson Getty Images

The shrinking of the staffs in the nation's newsrooms continues.

The Chicago Tribune broke the news Thursday that its Second City rival The Chicago Sun-Times has "laid off its entire photography staff."

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5:39pm

Wed May 15, 2013
The Two-Way

Take Your Seat, The 'No Photography' Sign Is Lit

Originally published on Wed May 15, 2013 7:35 pm

An American Airlines plane at Miami International Airport in February.
Joe Raedle Getty Images

You probably saw this bit of Internet virality earlier this week — showing a woman getting kicked off an American Airlines flight for channeling Whitney Houston.

What caught our attention was the sound of flight attendants repeatedly ordering passengers not to take pictures or (presumably) videos.

Apparently, it's an official rule at American Airlines:

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3:07pm

Tue May 14, 2013
The Two-Way

Experts Say Prize-Winning Photo Of Gaza Funeral Is Authentic

Originally published on Sun May 19, 2013 8:38 am

Swedish photographer Paul Hansen did not artificially manipulate his prize-winning picture "Gaza Burial," the World Press Photo Foundation said Tuesday. Critics had said the image was a composite of several photos.
AFP AFP/Getty Images

The striking image of grief-stricken men carrying two young boys to a mosque for their funeral in Gaza City was hailed for capturing a poignant human moment in an ongoing conflict.

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1:54pm

Mon May 6, 2013
The Picture Show

A Picture Postcard From Wild Wrangel Island

Originally published on Mon May 6, 2013 9:19 pm

Musk oxen, more akin to goats and sheep than to oxen, were introduced to Wrangel Island in 1975 and now number about 800. In September, with mating season underway, bulls engage in frequent head-butting confrontations to establish dominance.
Sergey Gorshkov National Geographic

If something seems impossibly remote, you call it Siberia. And if Siberians want to make the analogy, they could call it Wrangel Island. About 90 miles off the coast of northeastern Siberia, the 91-mile-long island has been inhabited by some humans over the years — but has been home to a superabundance of wildlife such as polar bears, Pacific walruses and musk oxen.

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9:17am

Mon May 6, 2013
The Two-Way

PHOTO: The Six-Story Rubber Ducky That's Gracing Hong Kong

Originally published on Mon May 6, 2013 9:25 am

That's one big duck floating in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor this month.
Li Peng Xinhua /Landov

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