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Too Big to Sue: Why Getty Images Isn’t Pursuing a Copyright Case Against Google in the U.S.
Getty Images believes Google is violating their rights and those of their contributors, and engaging in anticompetitive business practices. So why don't they sue? In an interview, lawyers for Getty Images explain why Google is too big to challenge in court. 
May 16, 2016 - Archived
Ryan Struck Films Addicted to the Glide
Ryan Struck captures the unique style and glide of surfer Reilly Stone atop a longboard.
May 16, 2016 - PhotoServe
Attic Fire Shoots Architecture for Balongue Design
 Attic Fire photographs the grand style of   vacation home for Balongue  Design.
May 16, 2016 - PhotoServe
Joe Schmelzer Shoots for Dwell Magazine
 Joe Schmelzer of Treasurbite  had a lush assignment with Dwell Magazine to  showcase verdant interiors for a bungalow overhaul in Venice, California.
May 16, 2016 - PhotoServe
Wendy Hope Shoots COOL Photo Essays
 Wendy Hope shoots kids for her COOL photo essay personal project.
May 15, 2016 - PhotoServe
Broncolor Adds Battery-Powered Strobes to Siros Family
Broncolor's new Siros L monolights feature removable lithium ion batteries so you can roam beyond the power outlet. 
May 16, 2016 - Gear
Mini-Maven Wants to Meet at the Yellow Balloon
Kymberly Marciano creates her latest editorial fashion for stylish kids with "Meet Me at the Yellow Balloon."
May 14, 2016 - PhotoServe
How to Break into Kids' Photography
Successful kids' photographers explain how they developed their style, made connections in the industry, and used Instagram to get commercial assignments.
May 12, 2016 - Features
Interview: SFMOMA’s Sandra Phillips
As SFMOMA opens its expanded exhibition space for photography, longtime photography curator Sandra S. Phillips, who will retire next month, discusses the museum’s big investment in photography, the need to show and collect the work of women and artists with diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, and her plans for her new position as Curator Emeritus. 
May 11, 2016 - Features
Object of Desire: Peak Design CaptureLENS
Change lenses quickly and single-handedly with Peak Design's CaptureLENS, a system that mounts lenses to any bag, backpack or belt.
May 09, 2016 - Archived
Caleb Charland's Experimental Photographs Create a World of Wonder
In a new exhibition, Charland's photograms and film photographs reference the scientific principals of time and light to create a sense of wonder in viewers.
May 09, 2016 - Features
Kids' Photography Grows Up
Influenced by more fashion-savvy consumers and new platforms for showcasing innovative kids' photography, U.S. brands are embracing a more sophisticated esthetic.
May 08, 2016 - Features
Picture Story: A Soccer Team for the Homeless
ESPN picked up Preston Gannaway's photo essay about a soccer team for homeless youths, which is also the story of one young trans woman in San Francisco.
May 08, 2016 - Features
Kevin Dyer Presents Ancient City of Harar
Kevin Dyer of A World in Focus presents imagery from his travels to the ancient walled city of  Harar, Ethiopia.
May 07, 2016 - PhotoServe
Lens Review: Olympus 300mm f/4
Olympus's new telephoto lens is light yet durable, and delivers excellent close focusing and sharpness for MFT shooters.
May 08, 2016 - Archived
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