Ulli Hartmann is an expert in photographing food, and he does this by using the real thing and very little technology. He uses fresh produce and his atelier in Halle in western Germany is a mixture of photo studio and country kitchen.
A polar bear can barely walk through an Arctic landscape almost void of ice. The photographer has said his team members were "pushing through their tears" to film the scene.
Sheep are able to learn to recognize faces from photographs, according to new research. The findings help advance research into treating neurodegenerative diseases.
Police near Friedrichshafen in Germany's south are looking for one or more people who have threatened to poison food across the country. The suspect(s) have demanded millions of euros from retailers.
"Refugee" has become an abstract, overused term, says Berlin photographer Daniel Sonnentag. So in his moving photo series "They Have Names," he's set out to show the humanness of asylum-seekers.
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