photography

July 18, 2017 | Phil Fabrizio

10 Photo Tips for Taking Sunflower Pics (PHOTOS)

Sunflowers. Everyone is going crazy about the sunflower bloom. In the next 14 days all focus (ahh!) will be on the McKee-Beshers Wildlife Management Area (MBWMA) in Poolesville. I got out this weekend to take a sneak peak at the fields. Believe what the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is telling you. The bloom […]

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November 15, 2016 | Phil Fabrizio

On Observing Signs in Our Land: The Roadhouse Blues

BREAKING NEWS: this is not a photo blog essay; rather it’s my first hand observation of the American politic while traveling on four wheels going anywhere from 1 to 60 plus miles per hour. I am a photographer. I am an Independent. By nature it is a natural reflex to observe my surroundings, attuned to […]

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March 29, 2016 | Sonya Burke

BOE Says No Photos in Polling Place (VIDEO)

Were you planning to take a photo of your ballot on Primary Election Day? Think again. In this MyMCMedia Extra video, Board of Elections Spokesperson Marjorie Roher said no photos are allowed in the polling place. Instead she encourages you to take a photo of your “I voted” sticker. The Presidential Primary Election is scheduled […]

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March 26, 2016 | Staff Writer

Filmmaking (VIDEO)

Studio Producer Project Winter 2016 Interview of Tom Wright who is producing a short film, No Wings for the Caterpillar, in Montgomery County this Summer.

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February 4, 2016 | Willie James Inman

Media Festival and Competition Open to Montgomery County Youth

Gandhi Brigade is looking for the next big Hollywood director and photographer in Montgomery County. Middle School and high school students who reside in Montgomery County can now submit video and art submissions for the 2016 Montgomery County Youth Media Festival.  Gandhi Brigade Youth Media is hosting the festival and competition in partnership with  Montgomery County Public […]

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November 29, 2015 | Sonya Burke

Opting Outside in Montgomery County (PHOTOS)

How did you spend your holiday weekend? Many Montgomery County residents opted to spend their days outside over shopping on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. MyMCMedia’s Michael Walsh captured some beautiful photos of the sunset and the sunrise in Montgomery County and he discovered the rain didn’t discourage locals from enjoying the scenic outdoors […]

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November 12, 2015 | Mary Ann Garlic

Chillin in Chesapeake Beach

Maryland is a beautiful state steeped in history and bountiful in serene landscapes. There’s a never-ending supply of nature’s beauty right outside your door. One of my favorite ways to spend a beautiful Saturday morning or late afternoon is to grab my camera, hop in the car, and head no where in particular. What caught […]

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August 12, 2015 | Staff Writer

Bio of Alyscia Cunningham

Local author and photographer, Alyscia Cunningham, describes her journey as an artist and speaks about current projects. This video was a project for Field Producer class, produced and edited by Jessica Camacho.

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July 21, 2015 | Jeff Getek

Riderwood’s Feast For the Eyes III Art Showcase Begins Wednesday

“We have to do it.” Those were the words of Paul Forbes, a U.S. Army veteran in World War II & a lifetime artist, when asked why he continues to paint, sketch and experiment with other media…at age 86. He continued that “expressing one’s self through art is like breathing.” Paul’s passion is symbolic of […]

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July 18, 2015 | Phil Fabrizio

“A” Splash Dance Saturday (PHOTOS)

I stopped by the Upper County Recreational Center and pool this Saturday morning for my normal summer rain shower.  This MoCo pool was hosting the MCSL “A” Divisional Championships – the final team swim meet of a short season. It was a splash dance.  Water everywhere. On me. On them. On my cameras, one of […]

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