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The Whitney Museum of American Art has recently started a program that teaches teenagers from New York City about photography. The museum's Youth Insights Education Program works with Nikon to loan 15 students a digital single-lens reflex (D-SLR) camera.

A new exhibition of photography from Jean-Francois Rauzier is blurring the lines between technology and art, as it features "hyperphotos" that use computer programs to stitch thousands of photos together into one large image.

Readers interested in getting an inside look at what it was like to be on the front lines in Iraq can pick up a copy of the new book from Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Craig Walker, which details one soldier's experience going to the war and back home again.

Graham Nash may be best known for his prominent role in several major bands - including Crosby Stills and Nash and the Hollies - but a new book is giving fans a look at some of the other sides of the multi-faceted artist.

Both amateur and professional photographers will get a chance to put their work on display tonight at Santa Clarita Barnes and Noble, and the proceeds benefiting a local non-profit for aspiring baseball players.

A new photo exhibit in San Francisco may serve as proof that true artists are born, not created.

Shoe designer Cole Haan has partnered with fashion photographer Todd Selby for its new advertising campaign, which is titled The Inspired Life.

By Jason Segarra

Frank Stewart has been a creative photographer for nearly 50 years, combining color and black and white imagery to encapsulate places like Cuba and Cameroon, events like the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and cultural movements like jazz in Chicago and New York - images that will be on display at the Essie Green Galleries in NYC later this month.

By Jason Segarra

The Eddie Adams workshop in conjunction with Nikon cameras is sponsoring the 22nd annual Barnstorm Workshop competition for aspiring photographers.

By Jason Segarra

Annie Leibovitz, the jet-setting photographer whose recent financial troubles forced her to put up her four New York houses and –perhaps more notably – her entire body of work as collateral, has successfully retained control of her photographs and homes thanks to renegotiations of her loan terms.

In partnership with federal land management agencies, the National Park Foundation (NPF) launched an official photo contest of America's national parks and federal lands, and it has just announced its 2008 winners.

The work of Henry Leutwyler is the focus of the March-April issue of Clear Magazine, a publication devoted to objects and ideas in the world of fashion, art and design.

A New York Gallery has announced the opening of a unique exhibit of previously unpublished photographs of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones captured at work and during everyday activities.

Michelle Obama appeared on the cover of the March issue of Vogue Magazine to talk about her new life and her role as America's latest fashion siren.

Famous photographer Annie Leibovitz has opened an exhibition of her work in Berlin and paid tribute to her late partner Susan Sontag.

As part of the Black History month celebration, the American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum is holding a photo exhibit which chronicles the contributions of African-American employees of the company.

An online company will hold a special sale of photographs of the screen legend Marilyn Monroe which chronicle her path from the early days in the industry through the height of fame to her untimely death.

The Annenberg Foundation is sponsoring a three-month-long exhibit of photography whose inauguration will bring together renowned artists from the Los Angeles area.

A prestigious nature and exploration magazine has announced the list of winners of its photographic contest for kids.

An exhibition celebrating almost a century of the black community's history and transformation is on display in Washington, D.C.

Major American academic and cultural centers are teaming up to preserve photographic treasures of the Middle East.

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