Israel-Gaza death toll rises above 500, Indian ‘Bonalu’ festival, towing the Costa Concordia | July 21
The day in photos around the world.
Patrick Maynard 0 Comment Entertainment, Maryland, Nation, Sports, The Baltimore Sun, World Australian Open tennis tournament, Award ceremonies, Budapest, Cambodia, Canada, Cannes Film Festival, China, Egypt, fencing, food, France, India, Maryland, Pakistan, pandas, Russia, Screen Actors Guild, Syria, Thailand
A look at what’s coming up on the East Coast and around the world. This week, that includes a new creamery, a new panda, and a continuation of a diplomatic spat with India.
Seventy-one fencers took part in the division I-A men’s epee event in the Regional Open Circuit (ROC) Charm City Classic at UMBC. The ROC is a qualifier for the Fencing National Championships that draws over 200 for the various classes. Fencers can score by touching any part of the body with the epee, unlike the foil or sabre which have specific target areas.
Jerry Jackson 0 Comment Daily Brief basketball, Congo, diving, England, fencing, Greece, Japan, London, Michael Phelps, New Zealand, Olympics, Philippines, sailing, swimming, Syria, table tennis, Typhoon Saola, United States
Typhoon Saola hits the Philippines, praying for peace in Congo and more Olympic moments in today’s daily brief.
Nick Tann 0 Comment Olympics, Sports, World 2012 Olympics, archery, badminton, boxing, canoeing, cycling, diving, fencing, field hockey, gymnastics, handball, judo, London, Michael Phelps, Olympics, rowing, swimming, synchronized swimming, table tennis, tennis, track, volleyball, weightlifting
The Darkroom highlights the art of motion by featuring some of the best experimental photography being taken at the 2012 Olympics in London. Weightlifting, canoeing and badminton are a few of the latest sports to be added to the creative series below.
The following gallery highlights the use of multiple exposures, fish-eye lenses and extended exposures in creating artistic sports shots.