A photographic tour of American slot canyons.
43 winners of Exposed DC’s annual Photo Show will be on exhibit starting this Thursday. Photos cover all aspects of life in the DC Area.
I’m proud to announce that one of my photos was chosen by Exposed DC for their 11th annual photo contest. My shot of the Harvest Moon over the DC skyline from the vantage of the Netherlands Carillon was chosen. On March 9 there will be an exhibit featuring all of the photos chosen as winners, whereContinue reading “Pawpro Among Winners of Expose DC Photo Contest”
Here’s proof that the early bird photographer gets the worm. These two shots of the Washington Monument were taken only minutes apart, but the results demonstrate the difference between good and spectacular lighting. I just needed to be there to capture the drama. Thanks, Mother Nature! If you’ve ever wondered why photographers are out soContinue reading “Spectacular Summer Sunrise at the Washington Monument”
Stroke is the #1 cause of long term disability in the U.S. and #3 cause of death. Often it is a silent killer whose signs and symptoms go unnoticed until it’s too late. I know this all too well. My mother suffered two strokes as a result of Arteriovenus Malformations (a.k.a. AVMs) which caused rupturesContinue reading “First in a Series of Stroke Awareness Videos from Pawpro”
The latest video produced by Pawpro Media is a good example of a business’ use of video, as well as a good example of why there’s a separate time and place for professionally produced video in contrast with do-it-yourself (DIY) content. The video link below for a top-tier commercial real estate firm, Griffith Properties, LLC,Continue reading “Pawpro Media’s Take on DIY Video for Business”
As the leaves begin to fall here in Washington, D.C., Pawpro is working on several projects. Three weeks left in the campaign and I’m putting the final touches on a Presidential Election video. This pro-Obama video is to be released on YouTube within the next 5 days. In November, I will resume night owl dutyContinue reading “Fall into Pawpro”
Today I am opening a gallery of photos taken while I followed Len Forkas in the 2012 Race Across America–a 3,000 mile, 12 day bike race. The social media coverage provided by Pawpro was a substantial part of why Forkas and his non-profit, Hopecam.org was able to raise more than $300,000. (shutterfly.com/pro/PawproMedia/PawproMedia) These are purelyContinue reading “Pawpro Unveils RAAM stills of Len Forkas/Hopecam Effort”
To hear former Hopecam user, Daniel, now 13 years old, recall his initial thoughts of being diagnosed with cancer, wondering how long he has to live, wondering whether he will ever see his friends again isn’t a topic of which we expect a child to be conversent. And his mother, Donna, recalling how she worried about how to “. . . keep him whole” in the process. But these children and families are forever changed by this event.
Perhaps it’s just the Valentine’s Day spirit, but I’ve got to say I just love the shots that come out of the GoPro Hero. The first Pawpro project to include GoPro footage is for Hopecam.org where we’ll focus on the founder’s upcoming cross-country bicycle trek in the famed Race Across America. Of course the BicycleContinue reading “Pawpro Loves GoPro”