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  • Rihanna has a new single (not an album) dropping Thursday

    Rihanna has a new single (not an album) dropping Thursday
    At a time when surprise releases are the new normal, Rihanna did the unimaginable: She actually gave fans a heads up that new music was coming in fewer than 24 hours. After posting a photo on Instagram with a Frida Kahlo-esque look with the hashtag...
  • No charges for kids who posted other kids' nude pics on Instagram

    No charges for kids who posted other kids' nude pics on Instagram
    Three 13-year-old Pines Middle School students who posted nude photos of other kids on Instagram will participate in therapy and community service rather than face criminal charges, prosecutors said Wednesday. The students, a girl and two boys, will...
  • 24 Hour Project co-founder reflects on 2015 global photo event, looks ahead

    24 Hour Project co-founder reflects on 2015 global photo event, looks ahead
    Last Saturday, 2,030 registered photographers from 101 countries participated in the fourth annual 24 Hour Project, a worldwide interactive, online event. Photographers -- including one of the project's co-creators, Sam Smotherman, a frequent Southern...
  • Jaime King is Kim K's unlikely ally, taps Taylor Swift as godmother

    Jaime King is Kim K's unlikely ally, taps Taylor Swift as godmother
    Jaime King's livid feelings toward body-shamers seemingly come as a direct result of Kim Kardashian. The "Hart of Dixie" star, who's also appeared in "Pearl Harbor" and "Sin City," has explained why she decided to post topless photos of her pregnant...
  • Worldwide InstaMeet 11

    Worldwide InstaMeet 11
    On Saturday, for Worldwide InstaMeet 11, I met a group of 42 photography enthusiasts on the industrial outskirts of downtown L.A. to make pictures inside the Los Angeles Times printing facility. Members of the group had responded to an Instagram...
  • Rob Kardashian reappears on Instagram with provocative post about Kim

    Rob Kardashian reappears on Instagram with provocative post about Kim
    Rob Kardashian has surfaced again on social media after a hiatus, as Rob Kardashian has been known to do.  This time, he's invoked sister Kim Kardashian's name in an Instagram post that folks aren't sure whether to take seriously or laugh off as a joke....
  • Instagram lanza nueva aplicación para collages de fotos

    Instagram lanza nueva aplicación para collages de fotos
    La más reciente aplicación independiente de Instagram, dada a conocer el lunes, permite a los usuarios combinar varias fotografías y publicarlas como una sola imagen. Con el nombre de Layout, es la segunda aplicación que ha lanzado Instagram, que...
  • The 728 through downtown L.A.

    The 728 through downtown L.A.
    A good lens can last a lifetime with the right care. To capture this image of a bus in downtown Los Angeles, Richard Hammond used a lens he bought about 20 years ago.  To get the effect he was looking for, Hammond shot this image at an exposure of 1/...
  • Red dress

    Red dress
    In his years practicing photography, David Patrick Valera has grown to know every curve of the Disney Concert Hall, frequently traversing the building to capture unique images from the light that bounces off its walls. Last winter, while walking through...
  • Hours after Rep. Schock announces resignation, Instagram account also goes private

    Hours after Rep. Schock announces resignation, Instagram account also goes private
    If a picture is worth a thousand words, Rep. Aaron Schock isn’t saying much today. The Peoria congressman abruptly announced his resignation Tuesday afternoon. Hours later, his globe-trotting Instagram account at instagram.com/aaronschock was...
  • Robert B. Reich: The 'iEverything' and the redistributional imperative

    It's now possible to sell a new product to hundreds of millions of people without needing many, if any, workers to produce or distribute it. At its prime in 1988, Eastman Kodak, the iconic American photography company, had more than 145,000 employees. In...