(Paul Kuehnel – York Daily Record/Sunday News)
Anything about Walmart brings up all kinds of comments in social media, actual news happening at Walmart brings people to my facebook profile wanting to know what is going on.
Last week, I was assigned to photograph Regal Dance Clubs’ weekly group dance and lesson. I love to dance — in fact, Jeff and I used to take lessons there — so it was completely familiar territory. The challenge was to come out with at least five different photos of the same 20 people dancing. […]
I wrote last week that it’s rare that I get to photograph a swim meet as a feature. Well, I got to do it again on Saturday, when South Western hosted its 36th annual relays. I swam competitively when I was much, much younger, so a lot of those memories came back full force as […]
The bread and butter journalism video has evolved into short, quick, almost live along with the popularity of YouTube, Vine and Instagram videos.
For the past couple months, I have found myself editing video often in the Tout iOS app on a tablet, even when the content originates in a DSLR.
Warning: I’m about to indulge in some shop talk. A few years ago, the annual Pictures of the Year International photojournalism competition debuted a new category, “One Week’s Worth.” Below is the category description and criteria for entries: The spirit of One Week’s Work is to honor the general assignment photojournalist who best demonstrates versatility […]
(Paul Kuehnel – Daily Record/Sunday News)
It’s always an interesting moment to record a group of political leaders that served the same office at different times. All the campaigning against each other, the history of the time periods they served, compresses into one visual moment. The reactions are riveting, even if it is a very public moment for the cameras.
Not gonna lie: Some days, I feel like this kid: Especially on cold, windy days where I have to work outside in the wind and snow. Fortunately (knock on wood), there haven’t been too many of those days so far this winter, which has been relatively mild. More pictures from last week:
The York City Fire Department lost eight firefighter positions — four of which were vacant — effective Jan. 1, thanks to budget cuts approved by York City Council. When I learned I was assigned to photograph two of the soon-to-be-laid-off firefighters on their final shifts on Dec. 31, I was initially apprehensive. Usually, when we […]
Post by Jason Plotkin Every once in a while I get a good idea. Or at least what I think is a good idea. I was covering the children’s New Year’s Eve celebration at Central Market on Wednesday evening. It was getting close to the 8pm balloon drop and I thought it might be neat […]