One of the negatives discovered by Rick Norsigian. Courtesy Rick Norsigian hide caption

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Ansel Adams Or Not? The Answer's Worth Millions

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Thomas Day: A Master Craftsman, With Complications

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The restored version of "The Gross Clinic," above, is characterized by darker hues that bring the image closer to what Thomas Eakins originally painted in 1875. The Philadelphia Museum of Art hide caption

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Eakins' Classic 'Gross Clinic' Gets Another Look

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Steve McCurry's famous "Afghan Girl," Peshawar, Pakistan, 1984. Steve McCurry hide caption

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Exposed: The Last Roll Of Kodachrome

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Why Do We Like What We Like?

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