Barbara Haddock Taylor has been a staff photographer at The Baltimore Sun since 1984. Her assignments at The Sun have sent her from the political halls of Annapolis to Tuskegee, Alabama to Siberia, Russia.
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The summer violence in Baltimore has turned husbands into single parents, transformed rookie cops into veterans, left missing verses in half-finished rap songs, forced politicians to personally confront the city’s crime problems, and sent longtime residents to new places and new lives.
On March 20, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., The Baltimore Sun will chronicle a day in the life of Baltimore — and we want your help. Show us how you work, play and go about your business on the first day of spring here in Charm City. We’ll feature some of the best shots on our website and print.
If you have a camera or a cell phone with a camera, we want to see what you see: the places you go, the people you meet and whatever else you may encounter. For inspiration, take a look at our favorite submissions from past Picture This contests.
How to submit your photos:
- On Instagram and Twitter, tag your photos with #picturethis13
- Upload photos directly to our user photo gallery.
The Baltimore Sun has a rich history of great photographers and one of my personal favorites is Richard Stacks. His images are part art and part journalism. He is a master of light and composition and is able to maximize both qualities in his images.