Judith Fox Turns A Close-Up Lens On Alzheimer's

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One Man's 'Polar Obsession,' In Pictures

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How Did Your Folks Look Before They Were Parents?

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Robert Bergman, Emerging From The Darkroom

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Capturing The Beauty Of South Florida's Wetlands

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DeCarava's Photos Improvised The Music Of Life

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Remembering Roy DeCarava's 60 Years Of Photos

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Seeing Through The Eyes Of An Armadillo

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Iraqi Women Capture Their Lives On Film

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Computer science professor Marc Levoy of Stanford shows off his prototype "Frankencamera." It allows programs to be downloaded, much like the iPhone does, and might just change the future of photography. Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service hide caption

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'Frankencamera': A Giant Leap For Digital Photos?

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Photographer Irving Penn Remembered

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Photographer's Life Changed By Nobel-Winning Work

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Contemporary Iranian Art Takes Off In L.A.

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