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Friday Happy Hour: Photographers Who Play With Their Food

Hungry? We have food photos that might not increase your appetite but they are visually stunning. Also some crazy camera news (rumors?) from Sony in …

Family Portrait Ideas

Every family needs a portrait, and not everyone wants the same traditional group photo. These days, people are after a more human touch. And many …

Then-and-Now Photos of New York City

NYC Grid is a website run by Paul Sahner that explores and documents New York neighborhoods, “street by street and block by block.” One of the …

How to Turn a Smartphone Panorama Into a ‘Tiny Planet’ Photo

Ever since Google released the Photosphere feature for their Nexus devices, I have been obsessed with making tiny planets. The photosphere feature …

From Above: Aerial Photographs from the Center for Creative Photography

Marilyn Bridges. Cattle Feeding, Parker Ranch, Hawaii, 1990. Gelatin silver print. Gift of Steven Soter. ©Marilyn Bridges 1990 [2011 .51.14 – AERIAL …

Backyard Photography Tips

One of the most common questions I am asked at workshops is where I go to get my reference photos. Most people assume that I travel far and wide to …

Composition and Negative Space

In portraiture, negative space is the area around the main subject of your photograph. The portrait above has negative space – it is the dark area …

Resort Photography Tips as a Commercial Photographer: Tell a Story

What’s your dream job? How does travel photography for a luxury island resort sound? Joe McNally was hired to do just that on Saint Lucia, one of the …

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Cosmonauts break record for longest Russian spacewalk

Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin works outside the International Space Station, with the Earth far below, in this still from a NASA broadcast on Aug. 16, 2013.<p>Two cosmonauts set a new record for the longest Russian spacewalk on Friday, spending more than seven hours working outside the …

Space Exploration

Tunisia democracy faces crucial moment | Egypt

<b>Tunis, Tunisia</b> - From uprising to democratic transition to deep political divides, Tunisia and Egypt have followed similar yet distinctive paths over the past two and a half years.<p>With political tensions between secularists and Islamists coming to a bloody head this week in Egypt, Tunisians are …

Out Of The Comics, Into Reality: Jet Pack Moves Closer To Market

From Buck Rogers to James Bond, we all have a pretty concrete mental image of a jet pack — a motorized backpack with little handles in front and smoke shooting out of the back.<p>The New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Co. doesn't just think it's turned the jet pack of your imagination into a reality. …

In Somalia, a major campaign to stop the spread of polio

A serious polio outbreak in Somalia is threatening to grow, while the urgent effort to deliver vaccinations continues.<p>MOGADISHU, Somalia, 14 August …

There Could Still Be A November Surprise For Apple TV

The Apple TV is the Cheshire cat of consumer tech. One minute smiling cat, the next, no cat, just smile. But as we approach the release of the next iPhone, and beyond that, the holiday season, there are signs that there is movement on the Apple TV front.<p>First, and most persuasively, Apple just …

Earth in crossfire on NASA hazardous asteroid map

Earth is near the center of a tangled mass of potentially hazardous asteroids. But there's little to worry about.<p>If you've been watching the skies for the spectacle of the Perseid meteor shower over the past few days, you've probably thought about some of the larger rocks up above.<p>A few are …

Asteroids

Kepler Spacecraft Disabled; "Exciting Discoveries" Still to Come

NASA officials announce that the Kepler spacecraft is damaged beyond repair.<p><b>The Kepler spacecraft, which has revolutionized our understanding of the vast number of exoplanets beyond our solar system, has been damaged beyond repair, NASA officials said today.</b><p>The space agency reported the end of the …