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Chicano Protests And Celebrity Portraits: George Rodriguez's Los Angeles

Los Angeles police arrest a Chicano student protester in the neighborhood of Boyle Heights in 1970. This image is seen on the cover to George Rodriguez's new book, Double Vision.George Rodriguez/all images courtesy of Hat & Beard Presshide caption

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Chicano Protests And Celebrity Portraits: George Rodriguez's Los Angeles

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Looking At Photographer George Rodriguez

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Crying Toddler On Widely Shared 'Time' Cover Was Not Separated From Mother

A 2-year-old Honduran girl cries as an official searches her mother in McAllen, Texas, near the U.S.-Mexico border, earlier this month. For many, the image has become indelibly associated with a Trump administration policy that for weeks separated migrant children from their parents — but the girl's father says she was not separated from her mother.John Moore/Getty Imageshide caption

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'It Was Hard To Take These Pictures, Knowing What Was Coming Next'

A 2-year-old Honduran asylum seeker cries as her mother is searched and detained near the U.S.-Mexico border on June 12 in McAllen, Texas. The asylum seekers had rafted across the Rio Grande River from Mexico and were detained by U.S. Border Patrol agents before being sent to a processing center for possible separation.John Moore/Getty Imageshide caption

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'It Was Hard To Take These Pictures, Knowing What Was Coming Next'

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David Douglas Duncan, Photographer Of Wars And Picasso, Dies At 102

David Douglas Duncan looking through camera fitted with prismatic lens. Duncan, who died Thursday in the south of France at age 102, was one of the greatest photojournalists of the 20th century.Sheila Duncan/Courtesy of Harry Ransom Centerhide caption

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What Grief Looks Like: Documenting The Mementos Left After School Shootings

An origami crane and a paper crown from the Archives of the University Libraries, Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va.Andres Gonzalezhide caption

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What Grief Looks Like: Documenting The Mementos Left After School Shootings

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'Get Something That No One Else Has Gotten', Says Photographer Mark Seliger

Mark Seliger says a sense of humor is what differentiates his portraits. Above, comedian Jerry Seinfeld as the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz.Mark Seligerhide caption

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'Get Something That No One Else Has Gotten', Says Photographer Mark Seliger

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3D Scans Help Preserve History, But Who Should Own Them?

A 360-degree camera is used to document the Khe Min Ga Zedi temple in Bagan, Myanmar.Kieran Kesner for CyArkhide caption

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3D Scans Help Preserve History, But Who Should Own Them?

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A Campaign Frozen In Time: Photographer Reflects On Covering Bobby Kennedy

David Kennerly says this 1968 photo of his, taken in Los Angeles at the beginning of Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, captures what it meant to cover the chaotic and carefree period as a photojournalist. "Everybody could get close, everybody wanted to," he says.David Hume Kennerly/Getty Imageshide caption

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How 1 Hawaii Resident Is Documenting The Kilauea Volcano Eruption

Lava flows at a lava fissure in the aftermath of eruptions from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. The U.S. Geological Survey said a recent lowering of the lava lake at the volcano's Halemaumau crater has raised the potential for explosive eruptions at the volcano.Mario Tama/Getty Imageshide caption

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How 1 Hawaii Resident Is Documenting The Kilauea Volcano Eruption

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Remembering Abbas, A Photographer Focused On The Religions Of The World

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The Wrong Stuff: Prize-Winning Wildlife Photographer Accused Of Using Taxidermy

Judges with London's Natural History Museum, which administers the Wildlife Photographer of the Year prize, determined that Marcio Cabral had faked The Night Raider with a taxidermy anteater — a charge he denies.Marcio Cabral/Natural History Museumhide caption

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Edible Oddities: David Bowie-Inspired Menus Reflect His Many Personas

From left: Aladdin Sane, Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust, Major Tom, The Man Who Fell to Earth, and Halloween Jack are Bowie-inspired cocktails made by BKW by Brooklyn Winery.Shelby Hearn/BKW by Brooklyn Wineryhide caption

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With Paint And A Camera, She's Forging A New Artistic Vision Of Africa

"The Departure" from Aïda Muluneh's "The World is 9" collection. The title comes from a saying of Muluneh's grandmother — meaning that the world will never be a perfect 10.Aïda Muluneh hide caption

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Art Exhibit Closes Early Amid Sexual Harassment Claims Against Photographer

The exhibit "Persistence of Vision" had been up since December, months before the allegations against Nicholas Nixon became public.Meredith Nierman/WGBH Newshide caption

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This Photographer Wants To Put A Museum In Your Pocket

Dayanita Singh's Museum Bhavan contains nine accordion books that expand into a 7.5-foot-long gallery of black and white photographs.Bilal Qureshihide caption

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This Photographer Wants To Put A Museum In Your Pocket

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