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By JULIE E. GREENE | April 20, 2008
Reflected light, landscapes and skyscapes caught the attention of these Tri-State-area photographers. We invite readers to submit their best recent photographs taken in the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Quality is key. Sharp, large, color images look best. Close-up photos show detail better. If the subject is small, get close or use a telephoto lens to make the subject large in the photo. Digital photos must be sharp, at least 6 inches wide with a resolution of at least 300 dots per inch (dpi)
NEWS
April 20, 2007
We want to help you celebrate the joy of mom this Mother's Day. The Herald-Mail will run as many photographs of Tri-State-area moms as we have room for on our Gallery page this Mother's Day, May 13. Mom must live in Washington or Frederick counties in Maryland; Franklin or Fulton counties in Pennsylvania; or Berkeley, Jefferson or Morgan counties in West Virginia. The photograph must have been taken within the last year. If you want the photograph returned, please include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
NEWS
December 30, 2007
We want to run readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their talent. Quality is key. If you have captured a spontaneous and beautiful moment between a parent and child, send it to us. If you've got an interesting exposure of the moon, we'll take a look at it. If it's just some crazy moment, send it in. We will not have space for family portraits, posed scenes or news photos that are published elsewhere in the newspaper.
NEWS
March 7, 2005
We want to run photos from readers on this Gallery page. So we're looking for the best recent photos from the Tri-State area. So many amazing things - big and small - happen in the area that we don't get to see. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their talent. Quality is key. If you have captured a spontaneous and beautiful moment between a parent and child, send it to us. If you've got an interesting exposure of the moon, we'll take a look at it. If it's just some crazy moment, send it in. We will not have space for family portraits, posed scenes or news photos that are published elsewhere in the newspaper.
NEWS
September 12, 2004
Once a month, we want to run photos from readers on this Gallery page. So we're looking for the best recent photos from the Tri-State area. So many amazing things - big and small - happen in the area that we don't get to see. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their talent. Quality is key. If you have captured a spontaneous and beautiful moment between a parent and child, send it to us. If you've got an interesting exposure of the moon, we'll take a look at it. If it's just some crazy moment, send it in. We will not have space for family portraits, posed scenes or news photos that are published elsewhere in the newspaper.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | October 10, 2009
View the Slideshow! These mushrooms, fruits and flowers were all grown and photographed locally. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition. We get lots of photos of deer, flowers, butterflies and sunsets, so offer something different.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | June 14, 2009
Summer will arrive soon. But first, let's recall the signs of spring captured this year by Tri-State area photographers. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And avoid repetition. Send us photos of things different from what you see here.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | September 28, 2009
The bear will probably elicit an "oh. " The beetle and skink will most likely draw an "ew" or "eh. " The bunny and chick are sure to result in "awwwwww. " The turtle and the salamander might just, too. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
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NEWS
By AMY DULEBOHN | November 21, 2009
"I'll buy you tall, tall trees and all the waters in the seas," was a line from a popular country song nearly 15 years ago. Trees, most of them tall, seem to be a topic fancied by amateur photographers in our area. We frequently feature readers' photos on our weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs - preferably from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
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NEWS
By AMY DULEBOHN | November 9, 2009
The air is developing a chill, and, by now, most leaves have fallen from the trees, so it's not too early to think back to the glorious colors of summer. Here is a look at some of the floral beauty captured by readers around the area. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs preferably from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | October 26, 2009
o View the slideshow Japan, Paris, Puerto Rico, Texas, Colorado, Fenway Park, and Luray, Va., are among the vacation spots these Tri-State-area photographers have visited in recent years. While we prefer to feature readers' photos of the Tri-State area on the Gallery page, we've received a number of photos taken outside the area, often during readers' vacations. This is the second week of two weeks of vacation photos from our readers. For more vacation shots, click here . We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | October 19, 2009
o View the slideshow While we prefer to feature readers' photos of the Tri-State area every week, we've received a number of photos taken outside the area, often during readers' vacations. Since school is back in session and, for many of us, vacation season has come to a close, we'll share many of these vacation photos with you. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs -- preferably from the Tri-State area.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | October 10, 2009
View the Slideshow! These mushrooms, fruits and flowers were all grown and photographed locally. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition. We get lots of photos of deer, flowers, butterflies and sunsets, so offer something different.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | September 28, 2009
The bear will probably elicit an "oh. " The beetle and skink will most likely draw an "ew" or "eh. " The bunny and chick are sure to result in "awwwwww. " The turtle and the salamander might just, too. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | September 12, 2009
o View slideshow Color's nice, but sometimes a black-and-white photo has more impact. Sometimes one-color photos do a better job of showing pattern, texture or composition. Other monochromatic techniques, such as sepia tone or infrared, also make an image stand out. We frequently feature readers' photos on a weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | July 26, 2009
View the slideshow We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition. We get lots of photos of deer, flowers and sunsets, so offer something different. Quality is key. Sharp, large, color images look best.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | July 19, 2009
View the slideshow From the rivers and the land to the clouds and the sunsets, landscapes are popular photo subjects for Tri-State-area photographers. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | June 20, 2009
Sometimes, stepping into your yard can be like walking into a natural art gallery. And some photos make you feel like you're in a garden. Welcome to our readers' garden. We frequently feature readers' photos on this weekly photo page. So we're looking for the best recent photographs from the Tri-State area. This is a chance for amateur photographers to share their best images. Send us a variety of subjects. Avoid family portraits, posed scenes or news photos. And please help us avoid repetition.
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