Swedish photographer Paul Hansen did not artificially manipulate his prize-winning picture "Gaza Burial," the World Press Photo Foundation said Tuesday. Critics had said the image was a composite of several photos. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Lytro we received to demo is about four inches long. Claire O'Neill/NPR hide caption

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After hearing people shout that a woman was about to jump from a burning building, photographer Amy Weston snapped this image of the woman's leap to safety. Amy Weston/WENN hide caption

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When it comes to building Rube Goldberg machines, there are no limits. Well, as long as you can get it to work... calramen/flickr hide caption

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Stereo photographs, called Kromograms, show the earthquake-damaged San Francisco of 1906. They are thought to be the first color photographs from one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history. Frederick Eugene Ives/Smithsonian's National Museum of American History hide caption

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Say cheese: Picking up photography again in the digital age can be a bit intimidating. But remembering the basics will serve anyone well in the long run. drbimages/iStockphoto hide caption

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