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Mujer ángel, Desierto de Sonora, México, 1979 gelatin silver print, ©️ Graciela Iturbide

A calf disturbing a flock of birds in India, self-portraits, an angel in the Sonoran desert — all have been subjects of the lens of influential Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide, who will give a talk at the opening of an exhibit of her work at Tucson's Etherton Gallery. Read more»

Rodeo photographer Louise Serpa in her Tucson home, Sept. 2006.

From the archive: Rodeo photographer, Tucson fixture, mother and legend of the West Louise Serpa died Thursday. There are a lot of things I wish I had the chance to say to Louise before she mounted up and rode out into the ether. Read more» 6

Events are planned throughout the weekend to celebrate Arizona's 100th birthday.

Arizona will celebrate its centennial birthday on Tuesday. Museums, musicians and artists will be showcasing their best to celebrate the state's 100th birthday. Read more»

Eastman Kodak Co., which brought photography buffs the Brownie in 1900 and the Instamatic in 1963 before inventing the digital camera, will stop making cameras in the first half of this year. Read more»

Parents of youth football league participants in Phoenix and Tucson say a photo studio sold them an incomplete and poor quality product. Read more» 1

Miguel Folch, a veteran pararescue jumper, sits in front of strobe spotlights at a photo studio in the Lost Barrio in Tucson as he waits for a model to change her wardrobe. Folch has decided to pursue his passion for photography to escape the stresses associated with being a Tucson firefighter.

Miguel Folch, 40, is a paramedic, firefighter and fashion photographer from Tucson. He's a veteran of the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command operatives, also known as the "pararescue jumpers." And he suffers from combat post-traumatic stress disorder. (with audio slideshow) Read more»

A Costa's hummingbird is one of many winged animals featured during the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum's Festival of Flight, which takes place Friday through Sunday.

The Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum will celebrate winged creatures and the Year of the Bat during the Festival of Flight beginning Friday. Read more»