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Within a collection of more than 80 million, one often comes across images that have lain dormant for many years. Just the other day, that happened to me....

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Unpretentious and good humoured, Hardy was self-taught, with an eye for a good story and a pretty girl, and nobody’s fool. ...

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Shortly before the show started, I was doing a quick shoot with Iggy, and it dawned on me- were these guys ever photographed together? ...

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I was sitting around backstage when a rep came up to me and said “You should meet the opening act -- they are going to be big someday!” ...

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The Space Age look seems particularly unique in hindsight in that it literally halted in 1969 with Armstrong's foot on the surface of the moon....

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Perspectives, an exhibition by Reportage by Getty Images photographer Tom Stoddart, is positioned on the south bank of the River Thames and stands in contrast to the celebration overtaking the rest of London. ...

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Both games, ironically enough, were blow-outs -- which reminds me of a classic quote from Yogi Berra: “It’s deja vu all over again.”...

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The legendary beauties who constituted Truman Capote's friends and muses were famously shot by the likes of Slim Aarons and Bert Morgan....

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Photographer Jamel Shabazz reflects on the lessons his father taught him, which proved true when he shot "Man & Dog" in 1980's NY. ...

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With the launch of Google World Wonders, we're reminded again of the importance of preserving visual history and our magical Hulton Archive. ...

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We're thrilled to be featuring Lawrence Schiller's stunning photos of Marilyn Monroe, but we want to know: What does Marilyn mean to you?...

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By now, you've probably heard that Queen will be bringing back Freddie Mercury -- via optical illusion. What will he wear? Some inspiration:...

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With Google and Corning imagining a future of glass (or glasses) we're pausing to reflect on what our forefathers thought of the road ahead....

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Photographer David Corio looks back at Dexys Midnight Runners (known for the often covered 'Come on Eileen') as they ready for a new release. ...

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