Penird knew WCC had the technology capable of creating the hand, thanks to $4.4 million in funding it received from the state's Community College Skilled Trades Equipment Program.
Bill Tuttle captured the image using a Deardorff 4×5 Special view camera, Nikkor-W 135mm f/5.6 lens, Fujichrome Velvia, a Zone VI tripod and a B+W polarizer.
As the agency turns 70, Magnum’s Executive Director David Kogan offers an intimate perspective on photography and why it matters.
Islamic State fighters in Syria have reportedly blown up the ancient ruins of Palmyra, an ancient World Heritage home to renowned Roman-era ruins.
Henry Ford (July 30, 1863 – April 7, 1947) was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and the sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production.
Born and raised on a ranch in western South Dakota, John Lopez already had a successful career as a bronze sculptor when he stumbled into the art form of welded statues.
Jacob Riis, a struggling immigrant from Denmark at the age of 21, became a pioneer in photojournalism -- his photos helping to improve the living conditions of the poor in New York City.
Trees are a vital part of our everyday lives even if we commonly fail to notice them. You’ll find them in city squares, suburban landscapes and forests all over the world.
Excellent views of this five-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom property of Oprah Winfrey's ski home in Telluride with wine mine, observation deck and seven-person hot tub with glass walls that open into the forest.
Daniel Jones has mastered large-format photography of nature scenes around his Long Island home, with a vividness and textural depth that is startling.
The video shows over 100 million stars and thousands of star clusters embedded in a section of the Galaxy, stretching over 40,000 light-years.
This state has long held deep pride in its Michigan-made products. Detroit was once the potato chip capital of the U.S., as well as a player in the pickle industry.