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  • May 13, 2021
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Through The Viewfinder

On a Saturday about a month ago, I took a ride to Lancaster County Central Park to look for and photograph birds. Not long after I sat at the edge of a pavilion, I noticed this male house finch flying from above a light in the pavilion to a tree and back again. He was holding what looked lik…

This week’s Through the Viewfinder turned out to be an interesting photo, but it was not an easy shoot. If you have a lot of patience, I would challenge you to give this a try, but only if you possess this virtue.

A swimmer cruises underwater after coming off the blocks to start the 100-yard backstroke final during the PIAA Boys 3A Swimming and Diving Championships at Cumberland Valley High School on March 20.

My stepdaughter, Jo Anna Faircloth, enjoys having cactuses in her room in our house. This specific cactus got my attention, and I took a close-up photo of the plant. I turned this living thing into an abstract in terms of photography, showing the interesting colors and the depth of field, as…

In previous Through the Viewfinder columns, I’ve posted pictures of eagles I photographed on the Susquehanna River below Conowingo Dam in Maryland. In the past few years, I’ve made several trips to Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area to photograph thousands of migrating snow geese. I’ve al…

In November I celebrated my 20th anniversary working for LNP. Several assignments are memorable for a variety of reasons. I will share those stories over the next few months.

Artists are attracted to patterns. When I first laid my eyes on this beauty, I knew I would have to make an image to share with you for this week’s Through the Viewfinder.

I’ve always really loved film photography. It’s the medium that got me into photography in the first place. And as I’ve written in previous Through the Viewfinder columns, I still love shooting film.

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