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Legendary Photo Editor John G. Morris Dies at 100

Legendary photo editor John G. Morris died today in Paris. He was 100. Morris was a titan in the world of photojournalism, serving as photo editor for LIFE, The New York Times, National Geographic, and Magnum.

Bowens: Yes, We’re Dead, and Chinese Brands Killed Us

It’s now official: Bowens is dead. The well-known 94-year-old lighting equipment brand has officially confirmed that it has discontinued operations, and one of the main factors in its demise was the rise of cheaper gear by Chinese manufacturers.

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GoPro Kills the Karma and Exits the Drone Business

GoPro just announced that it’s exiting the drone business and cutting 20% of its workforce, confirming earlier reports of major layoffs in the company’s aerial division. The company’s stock also plunged after it missed revenue estimates.

Pete Turner, Color Photography Icon, Dies at 83

Pete Turner, the American photographer who’s recognized as one of the first masters of color photography, has died. He was 83. The New York Times reports that Turner passed away from cancer at his home on Long Island, New York, on September 18th.

Photographer Khadija Saye Dies in London Grenfell Tower Fire

Photographer Khadija Saye has been confirmed as one of the 30 confirmed victims of the tragic Grenfell tower block fire that shook London, and the world, earlier this week. On the June 14th, 2017, a tower block in West London caught fire in the early hours of the morning. The cause of the fire is […]

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Iconic Israeli Photographer David Rubinger Dies at 92

David Rubinger, Israel’s most famous photographer, died in Jerusalem on Wednesday, March 1st, 2017. He was 92. Rubinger’s most famous photo, captured during the Six-Day War, shows Israeli paratroopers after the Western Wall was recaptured.