I have the greatest respect for capturing defining moments.
Moments that change history. Split seconds that change lives.
A moment captured before uncertainty can become a defining moment.
I’m pretty sure I can attribute my natural aversion to favoritism to my being the middle child (and the only daughter), which means everyone’s favorite (!) December task of compiling “Best of” and “Favorites from” the past year is… decidedly not my favorite December task. I’m pretty sure that graf made no sense. But! Here [...]
Post by Jason Plotkin My favorite photo of the year is more about history and technology than what I feel is my best image. After the tragic Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State resulted in the firing of longtime coach Joe Paterno, the team began the 2012 season with a new head football coach for [...]
Paul Kuehnel’s favorite videos for 2012. A look back at 13 videos and why they were important to me. The Challenges of multi-platform journalism
As an editor I don’t get out to shoot as much as the other photographers. I try to pick up some assignments on weekends and I fill in a lot when photographers are out or run on breaking news. I have to admit that I eagerly assigned myself to photograph dock dogs one Saturday. I [...]
Reporter Lauren Boyer and I went to Newtown, Conn., on Friday night to help The New Haven Register and our parent company Digital First Media with coverage of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Managing editor Randy Parker already blogged a write-up about why exactly two York, Pa., journalists were sent to cover a non-local [...]
The York City Police Departmental Awards Ceremony is a pretty long and dry affair. Commendations are read aloud word for word to a roomful of people still waking up. Any photo consisting of more than a handshake would be a gem from this event. When I spotted Ty fooling around in his father’s hat I [...]
There was something about this man smoking a pipe during the cleanup stages of a two-alarm fire on West King Street yesterday that struck me. I don’t know if it is funny or just weird but it’s something I hadn’t seen before.
(Paul Kuehnel) George Kelbaugh, of North York, said the water was too still at Codorus State Park for the fish to bite but he just enjoys getting out and the solitude. Originally processed from a Nikon NEF file and published on a Nexus 7 tablet. Open post for more information on how I processed this image.