Photography

Photographer Mark Tuschman appears at Kepler’s with Angie Coiro on Sept. 16

Menlo Park-based photographer Mark Tuschman will be interviewed live by Angie Coiro for her In Deep Radio program at Kepler’s on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at noon. The event is free but registration is required. Mark is the author of Faces of Courage: Intimate Portraits of Women on the Edge. For the past decade, he has journeyed across much […]

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Deadline to enter Menlo Film Contest is July 31

The Menlo Film Contest encourages community members to voice their passion for parks by answering, “How do parks make life better in Menlo Park?” in a short one to three minute video. The deadline is by July 31. Prizes include gift certificates to LB Steak ($300), Bradley’s Fine Diner ($200) and Refuge ($100). Top videos will be […]

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Litterati exhibit on display at Cafe Zoë in Menlo Park – founder to speak on July 15

The  internationally acclaimed Litterati.org photo exhibit is visiting Menlo Park. The exhibit is on display at Cafe Zoë (1929 Menalto Ave) and available for viewing during normal business hours through July 31. There will be an evening reception on Wednesday, July 15, at 6:00 pm with Litterati founder Jeff Kirschner. He will discuss how the Litterati movement began with a single […]

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Classic Color and Cars at the M-A Classic Car Show

I stopped by the Classic Car Show held Saturday at Menlo-Atherton High School, an annual benefit event for the high school’s baseball teams. Lots of beautiful old cars (and drivers!) in attendance again this year. I snapped a handful of photos while taking a walk through the display – shooting with my Fujifilm X100T rangefinder camera […]

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Will there be more rain in Menlo Park this winter? Well, maybe…

Emails InMenlo weather watcher Bill Russ: “This is to encourage InMenlo rain watchers not to despair. Our total for the season to date is 16.5″. The rain year of 2010-11′ was the last total over 20″ (in my back yard}. As of this date, March 9, 2011, the amount was 14.35″. By the end of […]

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First bloom at Filoli captured by photographer on a garden stroll

InMenlo co-founder — and serious amateur photographer — Scott Loftesness writes in his personal blog: “I’m fortunate to live about 15 minutes away from Filoli — with its country house set in 16 acres of formal gardens surrounded by a 654-acre estate in Woodside, California. Each year, about this time, Filoli opens for the season — and […]

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A storyteller with a camera, Cuban photographer Raúl Cañibano’s works are on display locally

Two years ago, I was fortunate to spend a week in Havana, Cuba as part of a photography-oriented people-to-people exchange. We spent seven wonderful days in the heart of Havana — Old Havana and Central Havana. The best part of my whole experience in Havana was watching and working with several great Cuban photographers who […]

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Photographer Barry Fleisher finds big construction project — almost in his backyard

When we first visited with Menlo Park-based photographer Barry Fleisher in July, 2014, he talked about his growing interest in photographing construction sites. Now he’s found a big construction project practically in his own back yard, one that’s particularly fitting given that he’s a retired neonatologist — the building of the new Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. The effort began […]

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“F8 don’t wait” is photo blog that Menlo Park-based photographer David Hibbard contributes to

We first profiled Menlo Park-based photographer David Hibbard in 2010 and have followed up with announcements of shows he has exhibited his works in. We got an email from him today: “If you haven’t been following the photo blog I participate in, I would like to introduce you to it. Some friends and I started it […]

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Menlo Park photographer Merrie Asimow works featured at Gallery 9 in November

An exhibition of photographs, Unbridled Passion by Menlo Park photographer Merrie Asimow, is featured this month at Gallery 9. The exhibit, on display from November 4-30, 2014, includes three bodies of work: Unbridled, Merrie’s renowned pictures of the white horses of the Camargue; Running Hot and Cold featuring extremes in nature, and Loose on the Palouse, a collection […]

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Phillip Nicholas brings his landscape fine art photography skills to Menlo Park

Photographer. Guide. Teacher. Ask Phillip Nicholas, who moved to Menlo Park from El Portal just outside Yosemite a few months ago, which hat he most enjoys and he can’t quite narrow it down. “My passion is teaching,” he says. “But that said, I love to go outside for the photography and then come in and […]

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