Automarketing.com selected a George Sheldon image to illustrate a news story about a massive hiring event planned by used car seller CarMax. Photo Credit was given by Automarketing.com. The news article can be viewed on Automarketing.com by clicking here.
In what sounds like a juicy story, the Daily Dot published a story using a George Sheldon Photo. The article is called, “‘I’m out to eat with my momma and my daddy out to eat with his girlfriend’: Woman catches dad with ‘side chick’ at Logan’s Roadhouse.” I had nothing to do with the story,…
I was fortunate enough to spend part of a warm summer day in the quaint Maryland town of North East. Located at the northern border of the Chesapeake Bay. It was a great day to be creating images. It is a fun pace to visit, and I am likely to return soon when my schedule…
The Concord Promenade is a scenic walkway along the Susquehanna River in Port Deposit, Maryland. Here is an image of the walkway and a marina.
Beaumont Enterprises ran a story about a local man robbing a Dollar General store and used a George Sheldon Photo for illustration. The actual article can be view here. Photo credit was provided.
Photographing details might be one of the most fun things you can do as a working photographer. Here is an example of one of my most recent detailed images. George Washington Traveled This Road Marker caught my eye, so I created and several other images with the marker as the main subject. Whe on assignment,…
Photo credit was given t George Sheldon by Money Talk News when an image of Michaels Store Logo was used. The news story is here. Thanks to MoneyTalksNews for using one of my images, and the photo credit is also appreciated.
The USS Constellation is docked in Inner Harbor, in downtown Baltimore. The grand old historic ship makes a great subject for an image. There were not many people in the Inner Harbor during my visit, so I was able to get some images without people in them.
Cool Seat in Havre de Grace What a treat! And on the main street! Stroll through the downtown business district of Havre de Grace, and you will this waffle and Sundae-themed bench outside an ice cream parlor. You never know what you might find in this tourist-friendly, historic town situated on the Chesapeake Bay.
The Susquehanna River flows into the Chesapeake Bay, and at that point, is the historic town of Havre de Grace. Along the shoreline, strategically positioned is the Concord Point Lighthouse. I was recently close by on assignment and managed to create some images of this historic building.