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Ray LaMontagne and Jenny Lewis perform for Birmingham

Ray LaMontagne and Jenny Lewis perform for Birmingham

Music lovers in the Magic City descended on the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center on July 19th for a show headlined by Ray LaMontagne and also featuring Jenny Lewis.

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Tour de France photographer produces viral image in Yorkshire

Tour de France photographer produces viral image in Yorkshire

The photographer, James Maloney, eventually saw his image from the early days of the 2014 Tour de France go viral and captivate audiences all over the world.

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David Guttenfelder explores the world as a photographer

David Guttenfelder explores the world as a photographer

Photographer David Guttenfelder has gone into some rarely seen locations on earth to produce images. In 2011, he was granted access to document North Korea for the Associated Press.

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Michael Jackson’s photographer remembers King of Pop

Michael Jackson's photographer remembers King of Pop

One person who had a great deal of access to Michael Jackson was photographer Harrison Funk. Starting in the early 80's, Funk captured Jackson at various points of the singer's career until his death in June of 2009.

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Beach portraits with the James Family

Beach portraits with the James Family

Summer is officially here so that means it is the perfect time for beach portraits. I was lucky enough to take advantage of this recently when I headed to the Alabama Gulf Coast to do a session with the James family.

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Dustin Lynch entertains country fans at Birmingham’s Iron City

Dustin Lynch entertains country fans at Birmingham's Iron City

Country fans young and old flocked to Iron City on June 20th as Dustin Lynch rolled into town for a headlining performance.

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World Cup soccer brings the masses to Good People Brewing

World Cup soccer brings the masses to Good People Brewing

In the Magic City, one of the bigger parties took place at Good People Brewing and was hosted by the local chapter of the American Outlaws. Over 500 people filled the brewery to see the United States try and avenge their two past World Cup losses to Ghana.

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Drought affecting California farms photographed by Matt Black

The drought currently affecting California has reached the "official state of emergency" phase. One photographer, Matt Black, who is from the Central Valley has taken his camera out to document just what the drought has done to the area.