Photography needs light, right? Usually quite a lot, if you don't want your image to turn out blurry. Most of us have taken a photo of birthday candles being blown out only to capture streaks of light and a niece that looks startlingly like Edvard Munch's The Scream.
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Sun photographer Dick Childress caught a sleighless Santa on North Ave back in the late 1970s. Meanwhile, we're awed by Childress' telephoto lens' ability to compress North Ave to almost unrecognizable proportions.
Sun photographer Dick Childress captured that late 1970s Baltimore holiday spirit.
At the opening of Unscripted Moments: the Life and Photography of Joseph Kohl, individuals from all walks of life convened in MdHS’s new photograph and prints gallery. As anticipated, a few individuals from Kohl’s images were identified by attendees.
What's going on here?
A not-quite-tender tender moment of band-audience communion in Baltimore’s hardcore punk scene, this shot by Joseph Kohl was taken during a rowdy (but apparently democratic) set by the local group Reptile House.
Four years. Five interns. Eighty-seven boxes. 55,000+ images. It's time to celebrate.
Way back in 2013, underbelly readers helped us solve this photo mystery:
In honor of Theo Anthony’s amazing documentary ending its 5-week run at the Parkway Theater, we offer this remembrance of the events that (in part) inspired Rat Film.
Recently our friends Greg Dohler and Cindy France lent us some amazing images for our upcoming exhibit, Unscripted Moments: The Life & Photography of Joseph Kohl. The opening for this show at MdHS will be on Thursday, November 9, 6:30pm–9pm, and it will feature DJ Landis Expandis. Stay tuned for…
In celebration of ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentary “Baltimore Boys” which examines the Dunbar Poets basketball teams of 1981–1983, we present one of our favorite photographs from one of our favorite collections, the Jonestown Community Photo Documentation Project. Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues, probably the most famous player from the team, grew…