Muslims gather to celebrate Eid al-Adha, the “human tower” and Hong Kong protesters occupy sleepy streets | Oct. 6
The day in pictures around the world.
Baltimore Sun community papers’ photographers were out again this past week capturing moments from high school sports games. Here’s a collection of shots from Howard, Harford and Baltimore counties.
“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the Orioles in the postseason. On Sunday, photojournalists Lloyd Fox and Karl Merton Ferron photographed the Orioles as they defeated the Detroit Tigers 2-1 in game three of the ALDS in Detroit. The Orioles advance to the American League Championship Series which will begin on Friday in Baltimore against the Kansas City Royals.
“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the National Football League. This week, photojournalist Kenneth K. Lam photographed the Ravens’ loss to the Indianapolis Colts, 20-13.
Muslim pilgrims take part in the “Jamarat” ritual in Mecca, Yom Kippur in Israel, Hindus celebrate the Durga and Bill Murray makes an appearance in Scotland. That, and more, in the day in pictures around the world.
While the quality of the iPhone camera has gotten better with every new release, I have generally considered it a backup camera for situations when my trusted Nikon DSLR is unavailable. Last month, however, I went on a safari of sorts in my front yard with a set of macro lens attachments on my iPhone 5s made by Olloclip. Although the focal plane was very limiting, requiring the tiny critters to be about half-an-inch from the lens, I found that I was able to get unique angles that would be hard to achieve with a traditional camera.
“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the Orioles post season game. This week photojournalists Karl Merton Ferron, Kenneth K. Lam and Jerry Jackson photographed the Baltimore Orioles as they take on the Detroit Tigers in game one of the American League Division Series.
The press was given a preview of the Paris Auto Show known as “Paris Mondial de l’Automobile 2014.” The show will feature near 115,000 square yards of exhibit space with more than 100 new international releases.