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With beautiful spring and summer weather on the horizon, you may be looking to get out of the house and explore. Whether you're searching for the perfect photography location or just want to go for a walk in some of Raleigh's most beautiful locations - here are some of the most Instagram-worthy spots in the Raleigh area.
Heather Leah, WRAL multiplatform producer
Those AI selfies may pose a security and privacy risk.
NBC's Savannah Sellers digs into the latest social media craze - AI portrait selfies.
This photography studio bills itself as the "most Instagram-able place in the nation."
Kathy Hanrahan, WRAL lifestyle editor
Selfies reign on social media! A new business in Durham is all about making those self-portrait photos look even better.
Monica Laliberte, WRAL executive producer/5 on Your Side reporter
Investigators say a Houston boy's 19-year-old aunt admitted she was taking photos with a gun when it went off. (Video from KPRC)
A man took a selfie every day for years to show the aging process in a creative way.
A photograph taken last week on a Caribbean cruise ship quickly gained widespread attention, but it wasn't of a pink-sand beach, a zip-lining adventure or an onboard sky-diving simulator.
Neil Vigdor, New York Times
Experts say you shouldn't panic about it. Meanwhile meet the Selfiebot -- the first robotic photographer.
This week, two years after being widely panned for a filter that critics described as little more than "digital blackface," FaceApp, a photo-altering smartphone app, found itself at the center of a popular social media challenge.
Niraj Chokshi, New York Times
A Tennessee woman describes how a zebra bit her while she was taking a selfie with it. The sheriff's office says four people have gotten bitten by the animal recently with the zebra, which is on private property
Experts say beach-goers are more likely to die taking a selfie than being bitten by a shark.
A middle-school teacher said she planned to sue the school district, its superintendent and members of its Board of Education over her termination after a student obtained a topless photo of her without her consent.
Michael Gold, New York Times
Human beings can't seem to stop documenting themselves. It's gotten to the point where these places are putting their foot down, making the act illegal.
When it comes to cosmetic procedures and injections like Botox, many of the patients are much younger than you'd think. Recent reports show that fighting off those fine lines is becoming more common, and a growing number of millennials are trying to perfect their appearance.
Rick Armstrong, producer and Jeff Hogan, anchor/reporter
Cassie Sweet, a 31-year-old client, said Botox injections are part of her regular routine.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is reminding people that walking on railroad tracks is illegal and dangerous.
Jessica Patrick, WRAL digital journalist
A zoo in Arizona says the female jaguar that injured a woman there on Saturday will not be euthanized, and witnesses are describing what they did to help the injured woman.
Plastic surgeons say they're seeing more patients who want to look like they've been through a Snapchat filter.
Mandy Mitchell, WRAL reporter
Snapping the perfect selfie can be fun. But if it involves flying a plane or holding a loaded handgun or standing on slippery rocks near the top of a waterfall, you may want to think twice.
By Doug Criss, CNN
An Alaska bear camera captured a man who risked his life by entering water near feeding bears to get a selfie.
A new study is raising questions about selfies and the motivation behind them.
For many people, posting "selfies" is a way to boost their mood or to play a game of comparison but a recent study suggests that taking too many photos of one's self could be a gateway to addiction.
Allen Mask, M.D., WRAL Health Team physician