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July 4, 2010 | By Jessica Guynn
Every day for six years, New York photography student Noah Kalina took a picture of himself with a digital camera. He toiled on the art project in obscurity until 2006, when he strung together all 2,356 self-portraits into a five-minute, time-lapse video and posted it on YouTube.com. The video surged in popularity, touching off a global phenomenon. More than 15 million people have viewed it, and the video inspired dozens of others to turn their cameras on themselves. Kalina's digital exhibitionism was even spoofed on an episode of "The Simpsons."
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February 27, 2014 | By Stuart Pfeifer
A Los Angeles woman has sued Sprint Corp., saying that one of its workers browsed through her traded-in phone, found two photographs of her engaged in sex and posted them on her Facebook page. The woman, identified in the lawsuit only as J. Johnson, said the Sprint employee used the Facebook application on her old phone to upload the photographs and make them visible to her family, friends and co-workers. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, seeks unspecified damages for invasion of privacy, infliction of emotional distress and identity theft.
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November 16, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly, Los Angeles Times
There are plenty of events in the calendar year that demand attention, planning and a patient liver. But only a few of these occasions duke it out for the title of "biggest party night" on the books. Halloween becomes a drink-a-thon (and skimpy costume competition) when one reaches drinking age, yet it pales in comparison to the pressure brought on by New Year's Eve: the annual race to change everything about your character and have made said transformation by Jan. 2 (because you were a little hungover on the 1st)
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February 6, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
It used to be that you could only access Instagram on your smartphone. Now, about the only thing you can't do on its website is upload photos. Instagram this week added a "Feed" feature to its website, giving users a central location for seeing all of their friends' latest photos. "We believe that you should be able to access Instagram on a variety of different devices, any of which may be convenient to you at a given moment -- including your desktop computer or tablet," Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom said in a blog post .  QUIZ: How much do you know about Facebook?
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March 21, 2012 | By Susan Brenneman
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February 25, 2012
Charlie Kulander visited Arches National Park in southeastern Utah in December 2010, hoping to photograph Delicate Arch. "There was only one other photographer here at the time, a man from Germany who was utterly speechless at the unfolding spectacle we were witnessing," said Kulander. "We were blessed with a rich sunset reflecting off the high clouds directly above, while the icy snow added to the brightness. " The Moab, Utah, resident used a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. View past photos we've featured . To upload your own, visit our reader travel photo gallery . When you upload your photo, tell us where it was taken and when.
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April 11, 2011
On a visit to India for a wedding, Times reader "bowener" captured this sunset scene at Kannur Beach in the state of Kerala . "We were invited to a wedding in a remote village," said the photographer. "We ended up being the guests of honor at a traditional Hindu temple wedding. This shot was taken the night before. " Kerala, in southwestern India, is known for its beaches and vast coconut groves. View past photos we've featured . To upload your own, visit our reader travel photo gallery . When you upload your photo, tell us where it was taken and when.
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June 30, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
During a trip in March to Ninh Thuan, one ofVietnam'smost forested provinces, Le Bao Ngoc photographed My Tan fishing port about 40 miles south of Nha Trang. He was drawn to the lonely feeling of the scene, created by the faint dawn light and the single bamboo basket, he said. The resident of Ho Chi Minh City used a Canon EOS 7D. View past photos we've featured . To upload your own, visit our reader travel photo gallery . When you upload your photo, tell us where it was taken and when.
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May 12, 2012
Contrast was the theme of Ralph Whittington's visit to India in January. While there for a wedding, he took the opportunity to visit the South Park Street Cemetery, a historic graveyard in Kolkata. Exploring the mossy burial grounds on an overcast day, Whittington crossed paths with this woman. "Her colored blanket stood out in the subdued ligh to of the day," he said. The Riverside resident used a Nikon D7000. View past photos we've featured . To upload your own, visit our reader travel photo gallery . When you upload your photo, tell us where it was taken and when.
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October 8, 2011
Ken Highman was in Beijing in March when he decided to enjoy the fine day by taking a walk through Beihai Park near the Forbidden City. Among the park's blossoms, he came across these young women taking photos with their family. "These young ladies in particular, dressed in their colorful costumes and having their picture taken, seemed to embody the excitement of spring," he said. The Santa Ana resident used a Canon PowerShot G9. View past photos we've featured . To upload your own, visit our reader travel photo gallery . When you upload your photo, tell us where it was taken and when.
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December 8, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
The straw-colored balls dangling from this acacia tree look like tumbleweed, but they're actually bird nests, built by the aptly named weaver bird. Jack Seifert encountered the nests at the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya during a safari in early September. The Sherman Oaks resident explained that the male weaver builds these nests in hopes of luring a mate. Seifert used a Panasonic Lumix DMC- FZ150. To submit your photos, click the upload button below. When you upload your photos, tell us where they were taken and when.
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December 1, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
Amy Neiman and her husband, Alan, were in Mexico in November during the Dia de Los Muertos holiday. Near the Templo de Santo Domingo de Guzmán in Oaxaca, they saw people gathered for a parade, and one couple in particular stood out. "I was struck by the colors, the creativity, the seriousness of the young people," Neiman said. The woman's gown is made from Styrofoam cups, paper plates and plastic utensils. The Venice resident used an iPhone 4S.  To submit your photos, click the upload button below.
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November 16, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly, Los Angeles Times
There are plenty of events in the calendar year that demand attention, planning and a patient liver. But only a few of these occasions duke it out for the title of "biggest party night" on the books. Halloween becomes a drink-a-thon (and skimpy costume competition) when one reaches drinking age, yet it pales in comparison to the pressure brought on by New Year's Eve: the annual race to change everything about your character and have made said transformation by Jan. 2 (because you were a little hungover on the 1st)
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November 10, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
During a 17-day tour of Turkey this fall, Arthur Hoyle and his wife, Mimi, visited Cappadocia, a region known for its unique rock formations, many of which have been carved into dwellings over the millennia. Outside of Uchisar, Hoyle captured this scene. "Just as I snapped a photo of the distant town, a flock of pigeons flew in front of me," he said. The Pacific Palisades resident used a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS6. To submit your photos, click the upload button below. When you upload your photos, tell us where they were taken and when.
BUSINESS
November 8, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Instagram, the popular photo-sharing social network, said the number of photos uploaded more than doubled after President Obama was projected to be the winner of the 2012 presidential election. The Facebook-owned social network said that immediately after NBC made the projection, Instagram users began uploading photos at 2.1 times that of the normal upload rate. In all, at least 250,000 photos were uploaded Tuesday related to the election. Instagram said more than 100,000 pics were added with the hashtag #iVoted while another 150,000 went up with the hashtag #election2012.
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November 3, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
During a trip to Paris in September, Mary Resnick and her husband, Lawrence, visited the Musee d'Dorsay. Inside the art museum, hosted within a rail station built for the 1900 World's Fair, Resnick photographed this clock overlooking the Seine River. “The setting was surreal and thrilling,” she said. The West Los Angeles resident used an iPhone 4S. To submit your photos, click the upload button below. When you upload your photos, tell us where they were taken and when.
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October 27, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
In September, Roy Reel and his wife, Patricia, traveled to Hawaii to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary, staying at the Kauai Marriott Resort in Lihue. At the pond near the hotel's entrance, Reel photographed these colorful koi during a feeding frenzy. The Culver City resident used a Nikon N75 film camera. To submit your photos, click the upload button below. When you upload your photos, tell us where they were taken and when. The more we know about a photo, the more likely it is that we'll feature it in "Your Scene," a weekly photo feature that appears online and in print.
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October 20, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
In July, George Stoneman and his wife, Laurie, took a cruise through Broughton Archipelago in British Columbia, about 200 miles northwest of Vancouver, Canada. As they made their way through a narrow passage, a pod of dolphins began to follow them, chasing their wake. "I grabbed my camera and captured this image just as the dolphin came up for air," Stoneman said.  The Los Angeles resident used a Nikon D300. To submit your photos, click the upload button below. When you upload your photos, tell us where they were taken and when.
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