Here is a series of photo compilations from a baseball game between two Howard County teams: Atholton and Mt. Hebron on Thursday, April 24. Each image was made in Photoshop using three images taken fractions of a second apart. [More on how I did this below.]
In 2002, the stark signs erected around town by Baltimore’s “Believe” campaign intrigued photographer Amy Davis. “I wondered what impact, if any, they would have on people in those communities,” she says. Using an old-fashioned camera set up on a tripod, she invited passers-by to discuss their lives and beliefs.
US First Lady Michelle Obama hugs a young girl after she gave Obama a copy of her father’s resume, who has been out of work for 3 years, as Obama answered questions at the White Houses annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, a weeklong demonstration by farmers, ranchers and tribes with the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, to protest against the Keystone XL pipeline, and more.
Access. That’s always been my ask as a photographer, what angle or event can I photograph that others can’t. That’s what first piqued my interest when I first saw the DJI Phantom last year.
Militarized police abroad crack down on real and imagined dissidents alike, a boxer in Europe feels left out, a leader is remembered in Myanmar and more in today’s daily brief.
French photographer Frédéric Nauczyciel arrived on an artist’s grant in Baltimore in 2011 eager to point his lens at the culture that inspired the gay stick-up character “Omar” from the famed HBO series “The Wire.” Instead, he stumbled across queer ballroom voguers performing in a parking lot during Baltimore Pride, and decided he had found his muse.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama host the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House, a fire rages through Philippine slums, runners return to the Boston Marathon, and more in today’s daily brief.
Photos of Meb Keflezighi, Tatyana McFadden and other 2014 Boston Marathon participants and observers.