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December 12, 2011

Show off your photo skills

 

The winter chill hit in full force this weekend, inspiring the latest round of Reader SunShots' call for submissions.

If you have taken any photos that fit into this week's "cold" theme, submit them here to our gallery.  We will display the best photo online and in print on Monday, Dec. 26 with a critique from director of photography Bob Hamilton. Upload your images through Dec. 18.

Above: The first submission to this week's Reader SunShots by stanwoodswalker. 

Posted by Kim Walker at 12:26 PM | | Comments (0)
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June 29, 2010

Share your best weather photo

The latest theme in Baltimoresun.com's weekly reader photo contest is weather. Upload your best weather photo here, and editors will pick their favorite and display it online and in The Baltimore Sun with a critique from head of photography Robert Hamilton. Deadline is July 4. The winning photo will appear in the paper and online July 12.

Posted by Kim Walker at 7:30 AM | | Comments (0)
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February 10, 2006

Send us your snow pix

As always, MarylandWeather.com welcomes readers' digital photos of any extreme or unusual, or just beautiful weather events, including the approaching snowstorm.

So, visit our Readers' Photos gallery at the bottom of the main weather page, register, log in, then follow the instructions for submitting your pictures. Send us only your very best, and please bear in mind we need to screen these pictures for appropriateness, and that can take a little time.

So, stay safe, enjoy the snow this weekend, and take your camera.

Posted by Frank Roylance at 10:15 AM | | Comments (2)
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February 24, 2005

Snap a great snow photo? Beam it up !

MarylandWeather.com welcomes readers' photos to our Photo Gallery. Just click here, then click on "Register" . Follow the directions and upload your images. Be sure to include information on when and where the picture was taken. All submissions are screened for appropriateness and posted as soon as they're cleared.

Posted by Admin at 3:01 PM | | Comments (0)
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November 11, 2004

Readers' weather photos invited

The "Photo Galleries" corner of The Sun's new weather page, Marylandweather.com, invites readers to submit their weather-related photographs for posting on the Web site. Snowstorms, funnel clouds, flooding, lightning, sunsets or other dramatic cloud formations, oddities - anything weather-related will be considered for posting.

We'll even consider other sky phenomena, such as Nov. 7th's rare Northern Lights display, eclipses or meteors. We've opened the feature with several pictures of the aurora, taken by Maryland readers in Mt. Airy and Timonium, including three by WMAR-TV Channel 2 weatherman Norm Lewis.

We request that images submitted for posting be appropriate for publication, timely and Maryland-based. All photos will be reviewed for suitability before being accepted and published. Please include the photographer's name, the date, time and place where the picture was taken, and, if possible, details on the equipment and camera settings you used.

To submit images, you'll need to register first. Follow the directions, fill out the forms. When you're done, you will be able to upload your digital images.

Many thanks for your interest.

Posted by Admin at 9:36 AM | | Comments (0)
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Frank Roylance is a reporter for The Baltimore Sun. He came to Baltimore from New Bedford, Mass. in 1980 to join the old Evening Sun. He moved to the morning Sun when the papers merged in 1992, and has spent most of his time since covering science, including astronomy and the weather. One of The Baltimore Sun's first online Web logs, the Weather Blog debuted in October 2004. In June 2006 Frank also began writing comments on local weather and stargazing for The Baltimore Sun's print Weather Page. Frank also answers readers’ weather queries for the newspaper and the blog. Frank Roylance retired in October 2011. Maryland Weather is now being updated by members of The Baltimore Sun staff
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