Archive for April, 2013
Recalling Boston
Volunteer Kathy LeClair hugs a runner after she gave medal and bags behind the barricade. At least 1,000 goodie bags were left for pick-up

On my sixth day on the job, I was sent out to cover the Boston Bombing. I’m new to the world of journalism. When breaking news happens, you’re immediately dispatched. It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, you have to go. It so happens, I was six-half hours away. I covered the Kennard-Dale […]

Stumbling onto history
Rusty keys found in an Emigsville yard. Image edited using Snapseed app. DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS -- EILEEN JOYCE

In a post from almost exactly a year ago Paul Kuehnel wrote, “Old attics tell stories.” I now live in that house with the old attic and I’m quickly learning that it’s not just the attic with stories to tell. While checking out my freshly tilled garden plot yesterday, I saw what looked like a […]

Looking into the eyes of a crab
A young live female Virginia Blue Crab at Jeff's Got Crabs in Springettsbury Township.

YORK DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS – PAUL KUEHNEL Humans relate to faces. This small face of a Virginia Blue Crab is brought to life with a macro shot.

Deceptive photographs
Shooting victim"  Shelly Witta acts out in pain during the mock shooting drill at York Hospital on Saturday, April 20, 2013

Post by Jason Plotkin This woman looks like she’s in pain, right? Well, looks can be deceiving. And so can photographs. I was out covering a “disaster drill” at York Hospital where volunteers, who portrayed victims, are brought in to a triage area and treated for gunshot wounds. It’s a fantastic opportunity for the staff […]

Instagram Baseball: York Revolution Opening Day
Play Ball: Bunting waves in the wind as the scoreboard operator watches the first inning of action.

Last MLB season, photographer Brad Mangin spent a great deal of time on a project documenting America’s pastime with nothing but his iPhone and a couple iOS apps, primarily Instagram. The photographs were so well executed and composed that Sports Illustrated published a six-page spread of Brad’s photos in its print magazine. Like many photojournalists […]

Songs of worship in Chick-fil-A
Songs of worship in Chick-fil-A

Sometimes, your editor will tell you to do something that doesn’t sound very exciting. But you go do it, and then strange things start happening and you do your job and report on strange things. Then you return to the newsroom and tell your editor what happened, and your editor gets to gloat about how […]

Reporting from Boston
Reporting from Boston

Sony Paclob was dispatched to Boston on Monday night to help cover the marathon bombings. Here is recap of how her week is going so far. [View the story “Covering Boston on team Thunderdome” on Storify]

Holocaust memorials are timeless
Jack Kay, left, lights a candle with a group of children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors Sunday April 7, 2013 at Temple Beth Israel during A seder for Remembering the Shoah, A New Seder for Our Time (Holocaust remembrance Seder) YORK DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - PAUL KUEHNEL

YORK DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS – PAUL KUEHNEL
A group of children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors gather to remember loved ones. All you have to do is ask how they are connected and stories will flow with clarity 70 years after the end of WWII.

Stupid is….
Stupid is….

Post by Jason Plotkin Sometimes I fall in love with an idea for a photo and the execution just doesn’t pay off. The problem is, I don’t always know it when I look at the picture. I was covering the York Revolution yesterday and had an idea to get a photo next to the pitching […]

Lines, lines and more lines in photos
Cory Brower, of Jay Fulkroad & Sons, Inc., works on demolishing a wing wall on the Emig Road Bridge in Manchester Township April 2, 2013 while beams are exposed where concrete decking has been removed from half the bridge. 
In the background, Kinsley Construction woks on a pier that will carry the rail trail bridge over the Codorus Creek connecting John Rudy Park and York city.

DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS – PAUL KUEHNEL
Lines in a photo can lead you into a photo. Lines can intersect squaring off a photo. Lines bring order to disorder and we all like order in our lives to balance out the excitement of random.

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