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The day of your wedding is likely to be jam-packed from morning until night. With good planning and a little luck it will be a magical ride that goes by in a blur. Thankfully, your photographer will...

It’s been six years since Gohar Dashti took a trip to visit her childhood home in Ahvaz, Iran, roughly 22 years after her family fled the Iraq-Iran war. As she walked around her old concrete house and courtyard, she recognized a date palm tree in...

COLORADO SPRINGS — The City of Colorado Springs wants to charge commercial photographers $500 to take pictures at Garden of the Gods. A photo permit for all other parks excluding Garden of the Gods would be $250. Photographers tell us the proposed permit fee...

The City of Colorado Springs has recently proposed a new fee structure for photographers and videographers producing commercial content at city parks, including Garden of the Gods, removing an...

I had the opportunity to spend some time yesterday with Barbara Strauss who, along with others, helped to bring “THE FENCE” to Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota. It is a wonderful photo exhibit. Originally scheduled to run through February 8, 2020, we are pleased to...

Olga Korbut’s performance on the uneven bars at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, pictured here by Gerry Cranham, was a thing of beauty. The 30-second display featured what became known as the “Korbut flip” – an inconceivable, whirling sequence in which she...