I never found out. Is there really a McDonald’s at the Grand Canyon? Click to enlarge.
This is a shot for a 2012 annual report showing a relaxed Chef Paul Wahlberg at his Alma Nove Restaurant in Hingham MA:
Here is the same Boston photographer holding a 20″ x 24″ Polaroid of himself after 25 years of fading. The real guy seems more faded than the Polaroid. The photo was shot by John [...]
Several years ago several companies in the Boston area were working on ways to clone skin to attach to people needing new skin. One company harvested cells from infant’s foreskin that they [...]
It looks like Carlton Fisk dropped the opening pitch. Look at everyone’s expression. No one mentioned this in the press. It set the tone for the rest of the game . . . Click on photo to [...]
We had a great assignment covering actual brain surgery for Massachusetts General Hospital‘s new Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation in downtown Boston. The photos [...]
This photo shows the process someone taking vacation photos, which started at the dawn of photography, around 1830, up until the current mobile phone, Instagram and Hipstamatic era. Apparently [...]
Photographed in Miami Florida by Boston Photographer Stanley Rowin:
Dr. Kathleen Bem photographed in our new Boston-Metro Studio. She serves as the Chief Business Development Officer at the Fairbanks Institute.
It was time to upgrade the hardware and software and this is the result using the just released Nikon D4 and Adobe Lightroom 4 as the capture software. It was an environmental portrait of Stephen [...]