A New Jersey prosecutor says no charges will be filed against the members of a high school wrestling team who posed in a photograph that simulated a lynching.
Jeremiah Watt captures people dangling off boulders and surfing down mountains, highlining between cliffs and deepwater diving into the abyss. We asked Watt for his top tips for taking amazing adventure photographs, and here’s what he had to say.
If you’re into photography, and not just selfies or pictures of your food, National Geographic has a contest that could be very valuable, maybe priceless.
Pa. Police Officer Facing Possible Disciplinary Action For Photo Involving Unicorn Mask And Porn Star
An unidentified police officer is facing possible discipline for having his picture taken — while wearing a unicorn mask next to a porn star who had just been thrown out of a Pittsburgh Pirates game for dancing in the aisle.
The internal effects of heavy drinking can be pretty scary, but a new app proves that the external ones can be just as frightening.
Feeling less than gorgeous in that recent photo? There’s an app that’ll help you change that.
You’ve probably got photos all over the place – on your phone, Facebook and Twitter. Ever wanted to just have ‘em all in one place? Cooliris lets you do that.
Still photos of missing woman Sarah Majoras crossing the bridge are being released to the public in the hopes that someone might remember seeing her that night.
By Jim Donovan: Families no longer need to stand in line for hours at a time to visit with Santa this holiday season. Some local malls are once again offering a Fast Pass so that […]
By Jim Donovan: If you’ve wanted to print photos off of Facebook and didn’t have the ability, well CVS has just announced that Social Network Connectivity is now available at all CVS Photo Centers with […]
Chris talks to Steve Cordasco about oil prices on Finance Friday, Daily News Columnist Will Bunch about the Skylar Kauffman case and global warming, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Chase Utley and the Phillies series in Atlanta, and Congressman Bob Brady about his briefing and viewing of the Osama bin Laden death photos.
Unsurprisingly, reaction is mixed across Philadelphia to President Obama’s decision not to release photos showing Osama bin Laden dead.