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Attendees view Bob Adelman's photography exhibit at the Westwood Gallery in New York City. Ray Tamarra/Getty Images hide caption

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Bob Adelman, Who Photographed Iconic Civil Rights Moments, Dies

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"Really tiny motions or really fast motions — these are things that we don't typically see with our eyes." — Abe Davis Bret Hartman/TED hide caption

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Abe Davis: How Can Hidden Sounds Be Captured By Everyday Objects

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In a historic collaboration, the Getty and LACMA are exhibiting their massive joint acquisition of Mapplethorpe's archives. Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation/courtesy of HBO hide caption

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Robert Mapplethorpe's Provocative Art Finds A New Home In LA

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French criminologist Alphonse Bertillon's (left) techniques for identifying criminals in the late 19th century set the template that police use today. Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images hide caption

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Meet Alphonse Bertillon, The Man Behind The Modern Mug Shot

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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly takes a selfie inside the cupola, a special module that provides a 360-degree view of Earth. Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko have spent nearly a year aboard the International Space Station. NASA hide caption

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A Japanese woman in the door of her living quarters in San Bruno, Calif. Dorothea Lange/Courtesy of the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley hide caption

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Photos: 3 Very Different Views Of Japanese Internment

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Kodak To Revive Storied Super 8 Camera

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Rice University's FlatCam is thinner than a dime. Jeff Fitlow/Rice University hide caption

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Bulky Cameras, Meet The Lens-less FlatCam

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Guillermo & Joaquin, 2013. Catherine Opie/Courtesy of Regen Projects, Los Angeles hide caption

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'I Do Like To Stare': Catherine Opie On Her Portraits Of Modern America

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National Park Service Launches Search For Next Ansel Adams

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