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  • Where the boys were: Iconic Beastie Boys photography

    Where the boys were: Iconic Beastie Boys photography
    Sunny Bak has a mountain of negatives from photo shoots she did over the years with her friends, the Beastie Boys, from concert scenes to moody studio portraits and outtakes from an iconic pose of the trio on the site of the old New York World’s...
  • One place, many stories

    One place, many stories
    At Eggslut in downtown Los Angeles' Grand Central Market, the line is almost always long.  Tom Szabadi was there on Sept. 1, and noticed how many people and their stories were colliding at once. "I think that is what compelled me to take the shot,"...
  • I always feel like somebody's watching me

    Although the Tallships Festival is now over, the joy of seeing an enormous rubber duck is something that will never go away. One of the funnier photos of Florentijn Hofman's floating artwork, Rubber Duck, comes courtesy of photographer Natalie C. Bell....
  • A relaxed look at the Hollywood Freeway

    A relaxed look at the Hollywood Freeway
    Neil Fitzpatrick photographed the Hollywood Freeway from an overpass at sunset July 25. From his vantage point, the freeway he saw was less manic and more relaxed than what most Angelenos see when they're driving on it, he said. Fitzpatrick used a Nikon...
  • Review: Nikon D3300

     
    Cameras keep getting smaller and the quality just keeps getting better. Since I’m still holding onto my SLR (single-lens-reflex) roots, when it comes to serious photography, I’m still the most comfortable with a DSLR (digital-single-lens-...
  • Digital footprint

    Digital footprint
    If the sun has set, chances are you'll find Terry McLaughlin roaming the streets of Los Angeles. The street photographer is particularly keen on "night shooting" because of the rich colors that transpire after dark. "My shooting partners and I are on...
  • Camera makers face shakeout as smartphones shatter mirrorless hopes

    Camera makers face shakeout as smartphones shatter mirrorless hopes
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Panasonic Corp and Japan's other mid-tier camera makers have a battle on their hands to win over a smartphone "selfie" generation to mirrorless cameras that held such promise when they were launched around five years ago. Panasonic,...
  • One travel writer's most valuable money lessons of 2013

    One travel writer's most valuable money lessons of 2013
    Last year was filled with great travels, which also presented opportunities for money errors — mistakes I had never made before and hope never to again. Herewith, the "If I Only Had a Brain" award winners of 2013: —Buying a gray market...
  • Charlie Sheen can't stop bashing Ashton Kutcher over 'Men'

    Charlie Sheen can't stop bashing Ashton Kutcher over 'Men'
    Has it really been close to three years since Charlie Sheen melted down and was fired from "Two and a Half Men"? You'd never know, judging by the attention he still pays to the show and to his replacement, Ashton Kutcher.  Sheen Twitter-bashed Kutcher...
  • Oak Park, River Forest police blotter: Jan. 14

    Oak Park, River Forest police blotter: Jan. 14
    The following items were taken from police reports: Oak Park A 28-year-old Chicago man was charged with retail theft after an incident at Deals on the 6400 block of North Avenue at 1:07 p.m. Jan. 6. A 25-year-old Oak Park man was charged with the...
  • Entertainment Education: America's Film School Programs

    American Film Institute, Los Angeles Graduate students in AFI's production-based program make 4-10 films in two years under the guidance of master filmmakers led by artistic director James L. Brooks. AFI alumni number 4,500, with an impressive 81% of them...