How is a photo like a sound? They both sometime produce echos- as evidenced in today's news photo gallery. Our first photo was taken in Spain during a protest, and the second in California during a job fair, but the compositional ripples are clear. I wonder if they photographers even know...
Today's top news wasn't especially visual. Sure, a certain congressional representative made news over some photos, but we don't publish that kind of stuff here. Other top news included Apple's announcement of iCloud, an online storage system – not exactly easy to illustrate.
Weddings and photographs go together like peas and carrots. However, outside of the occasional celebrity hitch wedding photos rarely make the news. Today is an exception to that rule. You've probably heard that Illinois officially began recognizing same-sex civil unions today.
Morocco is claiming to generate 13% of it's energy from this thermal energy plant. And of course, miles of mirrors in the middle of a desert make for great photos. There's a similar project underway in the Mojave. Hopefully we'll have a photo gallery of mirrors on U.S.
Ever since Dominique Strauss-Kahn was placed on house arrest members of the media have been camped out, hoping to get a glimpse of the former head of the IMF. While the moment Strauss-Kahn leaves the building will surely be exciting, the downtime can get monotonous.
The devastation of Joplin, Missouri resulted in many solemn photos today from Getty. The American flag being recovered from the rubble in this one elevates the photo from straight documentation to metaphor.