My Moments with Moo -- Pet Photography Moo leads a dog’s life, a good thing since he is a dog. As a photographer’s pet, he lives with my additional demands of him that go beyond fetch and roll over. Therefore, he serves as my model for pet portraits. He also helps me documents our walks, hikes, and adventures. In fact, my go to hashtag for
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Commercial window fronts in Baltimore have been boarded up and decorated with purple hearts during Covid-19 [/caption] As Maryland has moved into Phase II of pandemic guidelines, see back to business, I am following the guidelines for professional photography outlined by the CDC (see Professional Photographers of America guidelines, CDC guidelines during Covid-19. Protective clothing: I will wear a mask and will use
When it comes to head shots there are two types of people. Those who are comfortable having their photo taken and those who would rather have a root canal than smile at a camera. As a photographer, it’s my role to help you relax. Maybe you are apprehensive about having your photo taken. My job as your photographer is assessing the best angles and lighting
4th of July Parade - Made in America, For Photographers What could be more mom, apple pie and red, white and blue than a good 4th of July parade? The Baltimore metropolitan area has several, Towson, Catonsville, Dundalk, as well as smaller neighborhood events. Each one offers photographers wonderful opportunities to capture images of marching bands, politicians, parade floats, children and pets. I love it.
Freelancing as a Photojournalist the Original Plan When I went off to college, my plan was to major in photojournalism. My love for photography started at the age of ten when I learned how to develop film in a darkroom. Like many photographers, I experienced that rush of excitement seeing images come to light in a chemical bath under the red hue of a darkroom
MaryBeth Hyland, a millenial, would be the first to tell you that there is no such thing as natural charisma. She has it but it’s an attribute she learned. Her classroom was restaurants where she waitressed and where you get better tips when you engage with customers. It was in classrooms where she tutored Baltimore City School children. It was in the nonprofit arena where
Building Confidence, Showing Confidence Journalists Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of the Confidence Code, sponsored a program by the same name at the Hilton Baltimore this spring. Building confidence in young girls was an underlying theme. The American Business Journals, corporate parent of the Baltimore Business Journal hired me to be the conference photographer and I consider myself lucky to have gotten this job.
W.C. Fields allegedly said he'd never be on the same stage with children and pet dogs. He recognized you can't compete with kids, not to mention Chihuahuas. So, who better to lobby for children than children themselves. Maryland Family Support Network With that in mind, every year, the Maryland Family Support Network) brings parents, staff, and children from its statewide constituencies to meet with legislators
Meet tomorrow's next member of the Maryland House of Delegates. I photographed this little girl on an assignment for the Baltimore Business Journal. She wasn't the focus of my assignment, it was getting photos of folks like her dad, a Montgomery County delegate and his colleagues. But, she caught my attention and I captured a lighter moment of the General Assembly’s opening day. Like most
There’s a New Dog in Town The best cure for recovering from the loss of an old dog is to get a new one. Give yourself time to grieve and then move on. We moved on with Moo. A few weeks after losing Ginger to an untimely death due to liver cancer, we began to look at the prospects for bringing a new pet into