Photographing Baltimore, Annapolis & Maryland’s Eastern Shore

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Photographing Baltimore, Annapolis, & Maryland’s Eastern Shore Countryman Press, Woodstock, VT ISBN 978-0-88150-960-1 $14.95 112 pages Paperback   This photography guide is a result of my explorations and the photo workshops I teach in and around Baltimore and Maryland. It provides equal coverage of urban sights, natural areas, and photogenic seasonal events. Whether you are a Marylander looking to discover more of the sights our state offers, a visitor hoping to capture some great shots during your travels, or a seasoned photographer seeking to expand your professional portfolio, this guide tells you where to find...

Topping the bestseller list

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What a thrill that would be – having a book on the best seller list. While I may have to wait for that experience, I am excited to tell you about the forthcoming publication of my two new books. The first book is entitled Washington DC Memories. The 125 full-color photos in this photographic essay help you experience the iconic beauty, grandeur, and spectacular special events of our Nation’s Capital. Visit the monuments and memorials, including the inspiring new Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial; behold the treasures in our national museums; thrill at the thunderous July 4th...

Countdown of favorite images from 2011 – #6 and #5.

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Like many folks, I am busy reflecting on the year gone by and making plans for 2012. One thing I like to do at this time is select my favorite photos. Over the next few posts I will share these favorites with you. My top ten countdown continues with these images. Smith Island is a wonderful place to photograph. It is a small archipelago in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay, about a 45 minute ferry boat ride west of Crisfield, MD. The work basin in Ewell offers an abundant number and variety of subjects...

Countdown of favorite images from 2011… # 10 and #9

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Like many folks, I am busy reflecting on the year gone by and making plans for 2012. One thing I like to do at this time is select my favorite photos. Over the next few posts I will share these favorites with you. My top ten countdown begins with these images: When putting together a travelogue, many photographers include images only of the key attractions and major buildings of the cities they visited. That’s fine. However, to spice up the visual stories of your travels, include photos of annual events, local inhabitants at work and...

St. Michaels Photo Weekend

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Earlier this week, I returned home from teaching a weekend photo workshop in magnificent Talbot County, Maryland.  Nestled in the tidewaters of the Chesapeake Bay, Talbot County has over 600 miles of shoreline, including five rivers and their tributaries.  As they have done here for generations, watermen ply the waters of the Bay.  Their boats, harbors, fishing gear, crab pots, and fresh catches provide an endless array of photo opportunities. St. Michael’s, situated on the Miles River, is a key destination for boaters in the Mid-Atlantic Region.  With its wide variety of boats, reflections, and...