The Genius of the Camera, circa 1938: A self-portrait Weegee/International Center of Photography hide caption

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Film Noir: Weegee Was His Name; Murder Was His Game

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A veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus) at the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure outside Salina, Kan. Joel Sartore hide caption

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One Man's Quest To Capture America's Endangered Zoo Animals (With A Camera)

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India's first female photojournalist, Homai Vyarawalla (center), seen with other press photographers at a photo session with Indira Gandhi in Delhi. Homai Vyarawalla/Alkazi Collection of Photography hide caption

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