From our first breath to the last goodbyes our lives are a collection of photographs.
Last week's deadly and tragic bombings in Boston prompted federal, state and local investigators to utilize the power of crowdsourced surveillance, a cache of images from cellphone and camera photos, videos and social network feeds.
In addition to their earlier images and video releases, FBI officials have released updated photos of the two individuals they have named as 'suspects' in the Boston marathon bombings and added a clear head shot of suspect 2.
With the advancements in digital photography, the antiquated days of classic portrait paintings are long gone.
Some news outlets understand the value of social media.