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  • Incredible images from Nikon's microscope photo contest

    Incredible images from Nikon's microscope photo contest
    Need a reminder that the world we live in is a totally incredible and visually bizarre place? You might consider looking under a microscope. This week, Nikon announced the results of its annual Small World Photomicrography Competition and the winning...
  • With '#Sandy,' photographers phone it in

    Last October, as Hurricane Sandy was approaching the Eastern Seaboard, photographer Benjamin Lowy, on assignment for Time magazine, ventured out to Coney Island to capture the swells coming in from the surge. A man had waded into the crashing waves,...
  • Review: It takes real drive to see 3-part John Divola retrospective

    Review: It takes real drive to see 3-part John Divola retrospective
    Are photographers vandals? Does the mere presence of a camera at an ordinary place or extraordinary event inevitably damage the experience of it, as vandalism does? Is photography a powerful creative tool for the willful destruction of established art,...
  • D-Rose and a Victorian celebrate the Bulls' win

    D-Rose and a Victorian celebrate the Bulls' win
    The story of the night at the United Center on Halloween was--of course--Derrick Rose's return to action in front of the home fans and his game-winning shot with less than 10 seconds to play. The morning after, however, another person is emerging as a...
  • Go to it: Family photography workshop

    Go to it: Family photography workshop
    Kids are moving targets. Moms (and would-be photographers) know this all too well: Children and their special moments can be fleeting, making it tough to capture memories on camera, especially if that new DSLR camera itself remains a mystery. But steady...
  • Will same-sex marriage photos prompt people to ask, 'So, which one is the woman?'

    Will same-sex marriage photos prompt people to ask, 'So, which one is the woman?'
    When I was younger, my sister and I would stay up to watch BET’s "ComicView." Throughout the '90s and 2000s, "ComicView" was the launching pad for many of our current top black stand-up comedians. One night, I recall hearing a performer make a...
  • Street photography: people watching with a camera

    Street photography: people watching with a camera
    I have always loved the art of street photography. I liken it to people watching with a camera, capturing those candid moments that we see everyday and pay very little attention to. Shooting pictures with little or no interaction with complete strangers...
  • Paul Natkin: Through the lens of rock 'n' roll

    Paul Natkin: Through the lens of rock 'n' roll
    Every picture tells a story. In Paul Natkin's world, sometimes multiple stories. Take, for example, his portrait of the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards. It's all there: the smirk, the skull ring, the cigarette butt in his right hand. And, yeah, he's...
  • David W. Ross hopes 'I Do' stirs action on gay marriage

    Talk about tapping into the zeitgeist. With most polls now showing a majority in favor of marriage equality, 12 states legally recognizing gay marriage and the U.S. Supreme Court poised to rule on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, or...
  • To do Tuesday: Caribbean Canvases and Frames, "Annie Leibovitz" and Killswitch Engage

    To do Tuesday: Caribbean Canvases and Frames, "Annie Leibovitz" and Killswitch Engage
    Art Caribbean Canvases and Frames: Here's an idea: Skip the summer vacation to the Cayman Islands and visit the Miramar Cultural Center instead. Hear us out. The island-themed paintings and photos posted in the venue's upstairs Ansin Family Gallery will...
  • Jean Bach dies at 94; made Oscar-nominated jazz documentary

    Jean Bach dies at 94; made Oscar-nominated jazz documentary
    Jean Bach first laid eyes on the astonishing photograph more than a decade after its 57 subjects — all illustrious figures from jazz's golden age — posed on the steps of a Harlem brownstone in the summer of 1958. The photo eventually...