“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the National Football League. Fanatic fans, marching bands, cheerleaders and lots of game action are just part of the spectacle that is the NFL. This week, photojournalists Algerina Perna, Kenneth K. Lam and Karl Merton Ferron photographed the Ravens as they lost to the Green Bay Packers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Kenyan and Tanzanian governments started a joint aerial count of elephants and other large mammals in the shared ecosystem of the Amboseli-West Kilimanjaro and Natron-Magadi landscape. The one-week exercise, which started Oct. 7 and costs $104,000 dollars, is a collaboration between the two countries and the Kenya Wildlife Service, Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute and the African Wildlife Foundation, among others.
In the long history of photojournalism at The Baltimore Sun, there have been a number of great photographers. The new book, “Darkroom: Iconic Photography from Seven Baltimore Sun Photographers,” highlights some of The Sun‘s most talented visual artists and their body of work.
Muslims make the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, India goes through dengue fever prevention, Ukrainian Fashion Week begins and more in today’s daily brief.
The grand reopening of Baltimore’s premier cinematic showcase, a 74-year-old art deco jewel gleaming anew after a $3.5-million renovation and expansion project, brought out the celebrities and the politicos to the Senator Theatre to see a sold-out showing of John Waters‘ movie, “Hairspray.”
Tonight’s the night. Baltimore’s iconic Senator Theatre, which has been dark since April 2012, will reopen in a couple hours with a sold-out showing of John Waters‘ movie, “Hairspray.” So grab some popcorn and take another look at photos from the $3.5 million renovation of the 74-year-old movie palace.
Oct. 10 Photo Brief: Festival of Lights in Berlin, Ritual Vegetarianism in Phuket, still shutdown in D.C.
The Festival of Lights starts in Germany, devotees pierce themselves with sharp objects as part of religious purification rituals in Thailand, protesters brave the rain on the 10th day of the government shutdown in D.C., and more in today’s daily brief.
Oct. 9 Photo Brief: Pilgrims arrive in Mecca for the Hajj, elephant census, Rockettes practice, flooding in Asia
Pilgrims arrive in Mecca for the Hajj, elephant census, Rockettes practice, flooding in Asia and more in today’s daily brief.
A typhoon wallops South Korea, the world’s largest book fair is set to begin in Germany, Diana Nyad attempts to swim for 48 consecutive hours and more in today’s daily brief.