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David Yarrow Accused of Feeding Fox for Photo, Denies Wrongdoing

Renowned wildlife photographer David Yarrow has found himself at the center of a new controversy this month after another photographer levied claims that she witnessed his crew feeding and enticing wild foxes in a National Park while Yarrow photographed them. Jackson, Wyoming-based photographer Tiffany Taxis says she was in Grand Teton National Park on January …

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These Are The Winners of the Portrait of Humanity 2021 Competition

The British Journal of Photography and 1854 have announced the winners of the Portrait of Humanity competition, a global photography award designed to show that despite the vast distances between us, there is more that unites than divides. The two groups are calling this particular set of images “defined by the struggles” of the previous …

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Science Photographer of the Year Winners Focus on Climate Change

The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) has announced the winners of its 2020 Science Photographer of the Year competition, which exists to celebrate the stories behind scientific exploration and application. TPS says this year’s selections throw light on the climate emergency. The RPS says that the competition is designed to highlight images that show science’s impact …

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Photo from Space Reveals ‘Gold Rivers’ Slicing Through the Amazon

An unnamed astronaut aboard the International Space Station recently captured this stunning photo of “gold rivers” in eastern Peru. These pits stand out unusually brilliantly here, as they are usually obscured by cloud cover or outside the sun’s glint point. This rare view of the pits shines brightly thanks to reflected sunlight, and as NASA …

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Photo Archive of U.S. Pres. Transition First to Be Authenticated by CAI

A photo archive that documents the 78 days between the U.S. election and inauguration is the first to be been verified by the standards set by Adobe’s Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI), illustrating how newsrooms can address the problem of false or misleading information. Called Project Starling, the USC Shoah Foundation and Standford University’s Department of …

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