While most of the of journalists who covered the Winter Olympics went home once the games ended, New York Times staff photographer Chang W. Lee remained to cover the Paralympics.
Our Malcolm Anderson recently was recently named honorary lifetime member of the Merrimack Valley Camera Club. He became a member of the club in 1986, served as the club's secretary for over 21 years, is the Carlson (B&W print competition) Chairman. and the club's historian. Only one other MVCC member, Art Vaughan, has ever achieved this level of distinction. In the photo, Malcolm, left, is getting his award from MVCC President Gerry Charest. Congrats, Malcolm!
Photos by Keri McAndrews
"I like to photograph things that give me joy, because there’s certainly enough heartache.”
Looking at the complex — and sometimes even illicit — history of photography in the United States.
Shared by our Steve Painter.
Open call to Visual Artists working in photography, film or any visual form of stories related to Global Climate Change, offered by Visura and United Photo Indu...stries.
This great athlete died this past week. This photo speaks volumes.
Oh this is gorgeous - perhaps some lovely photos can come out of it ...
It's always nice to read how people get the photos they take. Here is one from just a couple days ago:
Whoosh! Hard work seen in these photos from the wild weather yesterday ... enjoy from the safety of your home.
Tillamook Head Lighthouse on North Oregon coast yesterday. 30 - 60' ft. Waves out there. This Lighthouse stands 130' ft. tall. Photo taken by professional ph...otographer Shaun Peterson yesterday 1-18-2018. Location is just North of Cannon Beach at Ecola State Park, Oregon.
Shaun Peterson's Website below.
Just click this link, Smpetersonphotography.com
Who remembers developing your own film? What do you miss the most? The darkroom? The smell of chemicals?