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2015 Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Annual Photography Competition

Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Photo Contest Have a favorite photo of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens with lotus, water lily, wildlife or your friends and family enjoying the park? We invite you to share these photos and enter them into our photo contest.

Source: Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

2015 Sep. 13: Field Trip – Lanaconing Silk Mill

Lanaconing Silk Mill by Mike Thomas

 

Where: East Railroad Street, Lonaconing, Maryland 21539
Located about 6 miles south of Frostburg in Western Maryland
When: 2pm
Cost is $100 person. Session lasts 4 hours.
Tripods are Ok.
You will need to sign a release.
Ok to pay cash on the day.

Next we will figure out a place to Dinner in the area after the trip.

Abstract Photography

School Of Digital Photography: Abstract Photography a Beginners Guide

School Of Digital Photography: Abstract Photography a Beginners Guidehttp://www.school-of-digital-photography.com/2013/09/abstract-photography-beginners-guide.html?m=1The word abstract means that is an idea that exists in thoughts and not made of material; abstract art is something that seeks to achieve effect via shapes, symbols, forms,…

In Memory of Sunny Frank

Sunny

Lew Lorton Photography

A big thank you goes to Lew Lorton for judging our 2014 December Open competitions.

Lewis Lorton is a retired health care executive and Army Colonel.  His main interest is street photography and that ethic has affected everything he shoots including travel (which he loves). He believes that the technical issues of a photo are only relevant when they hurt the message of the photo. The amount of post-processing or manipulation is irrelevant; it is the end result that is important. Last year he switched from Nikon Full Frame to Micro four thirds and hasn’t looked back.

He lives in Columbia, MD with his wife of 32 years and has a bunch of children scattered around the US. His favorite travel destination is South East Asia and will be returning to Laos for the month of February.

Please visit Lew Lorton Photography.