Category Archives: photography

Camera Lens Incites Paranoia

The lens incites paranoia. In the past 40 years or so, I have experienced other people’s paranoia because I shoot lots of photos–innocent and not intrusive or pornographic, mind you.This paranoia seems to be growing with the ubiquity of cameras … Continue reading

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>Photographer: Evolution From Technician to Artist

> Showing through May 15, 2011 at the Baltimore Museum of Art  (Photo by Bonnie J. Schupp) Baltimore used to have an annual art show around either Montebello Lake or Druid Hill Lake. My memory is a little fuzzy but … Continue reading

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> Portrait of Connie Imboden © Bonnie J. Schupp The third showing of my Defining Ourselves photography exhibit closed at the Light Gallery in Baltimore. This exhibit has grown into something larger than I had foreseen and it has evolved … Continue reading

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>Defining Ourselves

>Have a heartThe opening reception of my Defining Ourselves exhibit, the third showing, took place Friday, January 15, 2010, at the Light Gallery, 1015 North Charles St. in Baltimore. It was phenomenal! The exhibit seemed to have sparked intriguing conversation … Continue reading

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>Defining Ourselves

>Photography exhibit opens in Baltimore, a two-year international and multi-generational photo and word project examining who we are Opening reception Friday, January 15, 7-9 p.m. at the Light Gallery, 1015 North Charles St., Baltimore. For two years, I challenged people … Continue reading

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>Defining Who We Are

>A unique exhibit where words are as important as photos My Defining Ourselves exhibit will soon be in its third showing but this time in Baltimore. For two years, I challenged people to answer the question, “How do you define … Continue reading

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>Smile !

>Yesterday, a few photographers, including me, from Creative Exposure Baltimore volunteered at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital where we took free portraits of patients and their families. Marc Siegel is shown here taking a picture of a tiny subject. Today’s Sun … Continue reading

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>Kevin Robinson plays his original piece “Shalom” in the background of a series of images I made of him:

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>Stretching Minds Through Photography

>A mind, once stretched by a new idea, never returns to its original dimensions. – Oliver Wendell Holmes Chris Jordan is no ordinary photographer. He has a vision of how he can graphically communicate statistics about the way we live. … Continue reading

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>Campaign Puts Stock in Generic Photos

>During the past several weeks we’ve visited friends in Germany, Denmark and now London. A couple days ago, David received an e-mail from a friend back in Baltimore that led to a discovery… David finally found out how one of … Continue reading

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