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  • Say 'cheese': Florida photo and video-friendly vacation packages

    Say 'cheese': Florida photo and video-friendly vacation packages
    As the saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” and lately with the growing popularity of social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, maybe even another thousand more. So naturally, some hotels and resorts are...
  • Ringling showcases 'L.A. Style' in Sarasota

    Ringling showcases 'L.A. Style' in Sarasota
    It's a fine time to be a photography fan in Florida. Less than a month ago, I reported on a terrific exhibit of Annie Leibovitz portraits on display through June 9 at the Norton Museum of Art (nortonmuseum.org) in West Palm Beach. Now, there's an...
  • The John Muir Trail was his trip of a lifetime — just look

    The John Muir Trail was his trip of a lifetime — just look
    Every New Year, Jeremy Evans made a promise to himself. This would be the year the Los Angeles freelance photographer and cinematographer would embark on the trip of a lifetime: a solo, 215-mile trek along the John Muir Trail in California's Sierra...
  • PASSINGS: Barbara Rossier; Robert N. Wold; Allan Sekula; Lisa Robin Kelly; Jane Barnett; Henry Polic II

    Barbara Rossier Special education expert Barbara Rossier, a special education expert who became one of the namesakes of USC's school of education after she and her husband pledged $20 million to it, died Sunday, the university announced. A resident of...
  • Christopher Koch dies at 81; 'Year of Living Dangerously' novelist

    Christopher Koch, one of Australia's most acclaimed novelists, whose 1978 thriller "The Year of Living Dangerously" illuminated the political and cultural turmoil in Indonesia after World War II, died of cancer Monday in Hobart, Australia. He was 81....
  • Remembering the space shuttle Columbia accident

    Remembering the space shuttle Columbia accident
    Landing the space shuttle seemed so routine.  After so many landings, NASA’s shuttle commanders and pilots made it look easy. So, I was there February 1, 2003 on top of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) waiting to document the landing of shuttle...
  • Funny campaign moments net honors from White House News Photographers Association

    Funny campaign moments net honors from White House News Photographers Association
    EDITOR'S NOTE: Announced this week, Orlando Sentinel photographer Joe Burbank won two awards in the prestigious White House News Photographers Association's National Eyes of History contest. He won both second and third-place awards in the Political Humor...
  • Find the right time and place for dynamic portraits

    Find the right time and place for dynamic portraits
    Palm tree? Check.  Skyline? Check.  Amazing sunset? Check. Sometimes the best way to make a nice portrait is to simply find a dynamic backdrop or location, square up your subject, and fire away.  Location, location, location. When I was planning my...
  • Fugitive charged with killing ex-girlfriend caught in Mexico

    Fugitive charged with killing ex-girlfriend caught in Mexico
    Fugitive Raul Andrade Tolentino has been captured in Mexico and faces extradition to Chicago, where he is charged with the January 7, 2000, killing of his former girlfriend, Alma Chavez, according to government officials in Mexico and the U.S. Mexican...
  • Street photography: people watching with a camera

    Street photography: people watching with a camera
    I have always loved the art of street photography. I liken it to people watching with a camera, capturing those candid moments that we see everyday and pay very little attention to. Shooting pictures with little or no interaction with complete strangers...
  • Behind the scenes of our basketball player of the year photo shoot

    Behind the scenes of our basketball player of the year photo shoot
    Every year we choose a girls and boys all area basketball player of the year and setup an assignment to photograph them. Charles King, our varsity project manager, has been wanting to do the portraits with the Orlando skyline as the backdrop. After...