A Source of Photography Inspiration

One of the BROS – Epic Portraits of the Baltimore Rock Opera Society

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Daniel Bedell was on his way to photograph parades in Baltimore when he happened to come across a presentation by a group called the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, a.k.a. the BROS. “There was fire, spandex, fake blood and of course rock opera. It was magnificent and you just couldn’t take your eyes off of the people,” he says.

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20 Fantastic Pictures of Baseball in the Early 1900′s

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Even Americans who don’t follow baseball will recognize names of some of the great players in the 1910′s and 20′s: Ty Cobb, Cy Young, and of course, Babe Ruth. These fantastic photos from the Library of Congress show these players and many others doing what they love to do–playing baseball, and occasionally hamming it up in front of the camera.

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Photos From The Happiest Place On Earth: Disneyland

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I have a dark secret – I have a Disneyland ‘Annual Passport’. Living here in Southern California may be the very reason I have one (well, that, and all of my friends have one), but the truth of the matter is that when I actually do get a day off from shooting or editing, Disneyland is usually penciled in on my calendar.

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Death and Destruction: Stereoscope Cards of Gettysburg

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Photographs of the Civil War seem to focus around two themes: landscapes of fields and forests to help families back home visualize the places they read about in the newspapers, and photographs taken just after the battle of the many dead on those once beautiful fields. Stereoscope cards enhanced this experience, and allowed people 5 months to 5 years later to remember what happened.

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