The renowned Antwerp photographer Marc Lagrange has died in a road accident on Tenerife. Lagrange built an international reputation with his artistic nude photography.
Source: Fine-art photographer Marc Lagrange has died
They are rare shots of the capital. In the early twentieth century, the French banker Albert Kahn wants to create a photographic record of cities around the world, using one of the first color reproduction processes, the autochrome, patented in 1903 by Auguste and Louis Lumière brothers.
Source: Rare color photographs of Paris 100 years ago
Images NASA recently captured of Pluto were black and white, but that didn’t keep them from being some of the clearest, most vivid close-up shots of Pluto’s surface that humans have ever seen.
Source: The clearest photos of Pluto you’ll ever see – CSMonitor.com