Photos and text by Patrick Smith, Getty Images
Baltimore Street Photographer
At one point too depressed to leave the house, former Baltimore letter carrier Anthony Lupacchino found an outlet in film photography. Now, with a self-published book called Postal — yes, as in “going postal” — he shares images of the city streets he saw in rain or sleet or hail or snow.
Photos by J. M. Giordano/Baltimore City Paper
Every four years for a total of eight days, politicians, state delegates, political pundits, celebrities, photographers and protesters come together at the Republican and Democratic national conventions in separate US cities. This year, the RNC was held in Cleveland and the DNC in Philadelphia. Most of the action was inside the convention halls with police and protesters keeping things cool on the streets outside.
Sidney Jackson, who uses the artist name of SidJacks, enjoys many types of photography, but particularly architecture and long exposure work.
Photos and text by Lloyd Fox: When I am out looking for Instagram pictures the first thing I do is to find distinctive or dramatic light and then look for the interesting lines, shapes or graphic designs within that area of light.
John Petro has been photograhing the Baltimore area for nearly 40 years, but after the April unrest, he took to the neighborhoods to do environmental portraits of city residents — most of them captured on the stoops in front of their homes.
Brian George is one of the lucky ones. He’s been able to combine his two favorite things — dogs and photography — and fold them into a career. As an employee at BARCS, George trains and photographs the dogs, and in his spare time, roams Baltimore as a street photographer.
Omar Swanson doesn’t have a particular style in his photography, but is frequently drawn to subjects where he can convey some emotion in the image. Patterson Park is one of his favorite place to shoot because of its diversity. The latest subject on our series, Baltimore Street Photographer.