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You’re a winner!” Yes, those could be the words that a few lucky Cleveland area photographers hear after judging is completed for three amateur photo contests – one local, one national and one international. The local contest is the “Photo Safari at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo here you can try your hand at animal photography. All […]

University Hospitals of Cleveland is pleased to announce that four scenic photographs by Mark Madere have been accepted for exhibition in the UH Employee & Volunteer Juried Art Show. Only 86 of the 200 entries submitted by University Hospitals employees and volunteers were accepted for display. Madere is an Ophthalmic Photographer at University Hospitals and […]

The Mocha Monkey was almost stranded overnight in a parking lot near the Golden Gate Bridge during his recent trip to San Francisco. After meeting his new friend, Stephanie Hernandez from New Mexico (pictured here), MM went to his car to get a late dinner. As he approached the park exit, he realized a gate […]

Great photos don’t just happen. A skilled photographer is always on the lookout for an image that really stands out. Wherever he goes, he observes how light and shadow changes the appearance and “feel” of every scene. This photograph was taken along California Highway 1. A college friend and fellow photographer, Max Muir, and I were driving […]

Pacific Ocean along California Highway 1 Sometimes the beautiful color you see with your eyes doesn’t appear that way in your photographs. Why settle for dull, boring photos when you can make your photos shine with gorgeous color enhancement? Most people take photos with their camera set on “automatic.” While that setting does an okay […]