Why let the Ravens have all the fun? Here’s a ‘rough cut’ of 101 raw (uncropped, unedited) images from the Howard vs. Centennial boys lacrosse game Tuesday, April 1.
Let’s just get the obvious out of the way: Ted Patterson, a former WBAL broadcaster, may have more Orioles memorabilia than you do. Ahead of Opening Day, BSMG photographer Brian Krista spent some time with Patterson last week, and came back with some photos and a video on his extensive collection.
In this ever-changing world of new media in news media, I wanted to call attention to a video produced by Howard County Times reporter Luke Lavoie that was shot entirely on his iPhone. Luke also used a Rode smartLav microphone to get better sound during the interviews and shot his “b-roll,” or secondary footage, as a videographer would.
Baltimore Sun pictures of the American Brewery through the years, from the 1970s through renovation in the 2000s to present day.
A special kind of fundraiser was held at Bill Bateman’s Bistro in Havre de Grace on Saturday, for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Participants had their heads shaved to support the foundation, which works to find cures for childhood cancers.
1982: It was Sunday in downtown Baltimore, Ireland, and a couple of visitors from Baltimore, Md., the city that got its name from family in the tiny Irish town, couldn’t help making comparisons.
There were some distinct similarities. The habits of the townfolk, for instance. In the harbor, sailboat captains were fussing over their craft. On shore, the locals were paging through the Sunday papers. And in the street, tourists were taking all the legal parking spaces.
With the winter high school 2013-14 sports season wrapping up this weekend, The Darkroom is taking a look back at some of the best photographs from the season. These images demonstrate the fierce competitive nature of these young athletes as they battle it out in basketball, track and wrestling.
The Colonial Athletic Association men’s basketball tournament wrapped last night as Delaware defeated William and Mary to take the crown. This was the first time the tournament was held at the Baltimore Arena. CAA officials are hoping the excitement from this year’s tournament will springboard into the future as the tournament is slated to return to Charm City for the next two years. With the conclusion of the 4 day tournament The Baltimore Sun takes a look back at some of the highlights from this year’s contest.
The winter sports season came to a close for many high school teams in the Baltimore area over the weekend. For a few, there was excitement; for many, disappointment. See it all in this week’s edition of the best in high school sports photography, brought to you by Baltimore Sun Media Group photographers.