A photo of an Aldi Store by George Sheldon has been used by the website, Eat This, Not That. Photo credit was given to George Sheldon on the article located here.
A recent assignment took me to Baltimore, and while there, I had a chance to visit the city’s Inner Harbor. While walking in the area I noticed this colorful Visit Baltimore Sign. It certainly caught my eye.
While in Lancaster County’s Elizabethtown, I had a few moments to stop by the train station. The community does have access to Amtrak service, and my unplanned visit allowed me to create some images of a passenger train arriving and then departing. Transportation tipis are always of interest to me as a working editorial photographer….
Patch, a local news site, chose to use a George Sheldon photo for their new story about a Pennsylvania State Trooper being shot. The news story by Patch is located here. Patch did include a photo credit to George Sheldon for the published photo.
There is a lawsuit underway over socks that were sold by Bass Pro Shops. The $5 million dollar lawsuit seeks damages from the outdoor retailer over their lifetime guarantee. To illustrate their story, GerJunkie.com chose a photo of Bass Pro Shops by George Sheldon. Photo credit was given.
An image from my coverage of the 2022 heritage Day in Intercourse, Lancaster County, Amish women watch a volleyball game at the community park. This is just one of many images from the day in the park.
An unusual but fun activity in the community park is cookie decorating. It was held during the annual Heritage Day in Intercourse, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Youngsters take time to decorate cookies with icing and sprinkles.
When on assignment, I always look for details or close-ups that can help tell a story. I never know what a photo editor may want, but my rule is simple: shoot it while I am there, and submit it for consideration. That’s what I did with this image: It might be used, or not, to…
Sometimes, before news conferences or media availability events, there is an opportunity to photograph some of the members of the media in attendance. It offers an opportunity to make sure the cameras are working and set properly, and it also makes some subjects for some unplanned images.
As part of the Civil Wr Days at the Landis Valley Farm Museum in Lancaster County, PA, the reenactors provided information on the Union Cavalry, including their purpose, equipment, and military tactics. Dressed impeccably, the reenactors engaged with the museum visitors and readily answered questions.