Know Your Rights: The ACLU's guide to photography, video, and peaceful assembly

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How Photojournalism Killed Kevin Carter

Photojournalist Mannie Garcia, known best for his famous portrait of former President Obama, has finally succeeded in winning a $45,000 settlement for his

Photojournalist Mannie Garcia Awarded $45,000 in Police Lawsuit

Photojournalist Mannie Garcia, known best for his famous portrait of former President Obama, has finally succeeded in winning a $45,000 settlement for his

Know Your Rights: The ACLU's guide to photography, video, and peaceful assembly

Why’d You Do That? Running a Photo of a Killer on the Home Page - NYTimes.com

Why’d You Do That? Running a Photo of a Killer on the Home Page

Why’d You Do That? Running a Photo of a Killer on the Home Page - NYTimes.com

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The Times’s standards editor, Phil Corbett, discusses the publication of an image of a gunman standing beside the dead body of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey.

Why’d You Do That? Running a Photo of a Killer on the Home Page

The Times’s standards editor, Phil Corbett, discusses the publication of an image of a gunman standing beside the dead body of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey.

Neither side has budged on its view of the law, but they've agreed to work together and share the rights to make posters and merchandise based on the iconic poster.

Shepard Fairey And AP Settle Copyright Dispute Over 'Hope' Poster

Neither side has budged on its view of the law, but they've agreed to work together and share the rights to make posters and merchandise based on the iconic poster.

A safety director in a city that released photos of a 4-year-old boy in a vehicle with two adults slumped over after overdosing on heroin and fentanyl said Friday he and others wanted to send a message to addicts they should find safe places for their children when using debilitating drugs.

Photos of 4-year-old boy with overdosed adults show heroin scourge, police say

A safety director in a city that released photos of a 4-year-old boy in a vehicle with two adults slumped over after overdosing on heroin and fentanyl said Friday he and others wanted to send a message to addicts they should find safe places for their children when using debilitating drugs.

National Geographic’s top editors explain how to keep photography honest in the era of Photoshop—and why they’ll never move the pyramids again.

National Geographic’s top editors explain how to keep photography honest in the era of Photoshop—and why they’ll never move the pyramids again.

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