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Remember 100 Years WWI through the weekly photo series.NewsEventPast is gone but none shall forget. The Atlantic.com will start publish images of World War I on its web site. This image series include images of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria which was the root of this war and had lead more than 65 million soldiers into the battle field,Blurb, on demand photobook platform, now available on Amazon.comNewsEventEileen Gittins CEO and the founder of Blurb, the online photobook platform that allow professional and amateur photographer publish their own book online, announced that now photographer can sell their book on Amazon.com.An advertisement without name and logo, Pentax K-5NewsEventPentax, one of the leading camera manufacturers decided to launch anti-advertising campaign that doesn’t show any brand logo or even camera itself. “SmugMug’s Saving Eliza” group of photographers sell their work to save a girl.NewsEventBenjamin Von Wong, photographer, and DL Cade, the editor of Petapixel, create fond rising campaign to helps the O’Neill get a proper cure for Eliza, a 4 years old girl who diagnosed as having Sanfilippo Syndrome. She will lose her speaking ability in 6 months and will suffer from brain tissue self-destroy within a year and a half – means her death.Museum of London revealed the first press female photographer’s images.NewsEventThe photography collection of female photographer – Christina Brooms would be shown at Museum of London to commemorate the precious work for next generation in order to study historical stories via photography.Anja Niedringhaus, Pulitzer photographer killed in AfghanistanNewsEventAnja were shot dead while sitting in her car while another reporter got injured badly during traveling to cover the Presidential election in eastern Afghanistan.The Winner of Beauty of Monochrome Contest was officially announced NewsEventThe Black and White Photographic Society of Thailand officially announced the winner of “Beauty of Monochrome Contest” which classified into 3 categories; Street/Documentary Photography, Landscape/Architecture and Creative/Manipulated. There were more than 4,500 images by more than 1,000 photographers participated in this contest.