The black and white world of workers conquering tasks large and small is the subject of Bodine’s Industry: The Dignity of Work, a recently released book of A. Aubrey Bodine photographs edited by his daughter Jennifer Bodine. It’s also the subject of an exhibit of 70 photographs at the Baltimore Museum of Industry that runs from Oct. 15, 2013 to Feb. 6, 2014.
Nine Baltimore County public high school marching bands got to show off their stuff at the Marching Band Showcase held at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium Sunday night. Photos by staff photographer Jen Rynda / Video (below) by multimedia intern Cara LaMaina.
Two protesters find love, voting begins in Manila, bullriding is documented in Lima and more in today’s daily brief.
Maryland prisoners are training service dogs for veterans in a program that has transformed hardened criminals into empathetic souls with soft hearts. The dogs have helped the inmates pass the days of their sentences with purpose, and have brought them and their supervisors closer.
One of the strongest storms Great Britain has seen in decades is expected to hit its southern half Monday. Nicknamed “Saint Jude” after the saint who is traditionally celebrated on the day the storm is expected to hit, the storm is expected to bring winds of about 80 miles per hour and heavy rain.
Dogs dressed in their Halloween best paraded in New York’s Tompkins Square Park Saturday for the 23rd annual event. Thousands of spectators gathered to watch hundreds of masquerading dogs in one of the the country’s largest Halloween Dog Parade.
Oct. 25 Photo Brief: ‘Stars of Hope’ on Superstorm Sandy anniversary, solar eruption ‘canyon of fire,’ Banksy tempts Bloomberg
“Stars of Hope” on Staten Island offer hope in the now yearlong recovery from Superstorm Sandy, a newly released NASA image of a solar eruption resembles a canyon of fire, British graffiti artist Banksy continues to incur the wrath of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and more in today’s Daily Brief.
Elevated Element, Baltimore’s pioneering drone photography duo, is flying high. Terry and Belinda Kilby — the husband and wife team behind some of the most breathtaking and unique aerial images of Baltimore and the surrounding region — have released their first book (Drone Art: Baltimore) just as an art exhibit showcasing their work opened high above the Inner Harbor, at the World Trade Center’s Top of the World observation level.
The Kilbys, who actually design and build the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) they use in their photography, shared some of their images with The Darkroom and recently took part in a wide-ranging Q&A on their techniques, equipment, what it’s like to be contacted by the FBI and much more.