I don’t know a lot about a lot. I do know that once upon a time, I was them. I was the one on the other side of the table with minimal photography experience, looking to make a monumental shift in my professional life.Read More
and people kept asking...what's with the duck?Read More
The NPPA has been a vocal and ardent supporter of photographer's rights for more years than most of us have been alive, and continue to fight the good fight daily for our rights as photojournalists as defined in the First Amendment.Read More
For 6 years, Chorus Photography has been teaming up with from and Philabundance to help food insecure families around the Delaware Valley.For 6 years, Chorus Photography has been teaming up with from and Philabundance to help food insecure families around the Delaware Valley.93.3 WMMRThe Preston & Steve Show
More than 750,000 people in our area face hunger. Help ‘can’ hunger this November & December by camping out for hunger. Bring non-perishable items to XFINITY Live!from Monday, November 28th through Friday, December 2nd or Every $1 donated = 2 meals to help feed our neighbors in need.
Last year, thanks to thousands of corporate partners, small businesses, volunteers and YOU Camp Out for Hunger was the most successful ever! For the 9th year in a row, Preston & Steve camped out to fight hunger, and their efforts yielded approximately ONE MILLION pounds of food, plus more than $100,000+ that provided one million meals to our hungry neighbors!
The week-long event will feature local and national celebrities, like those who attended last year: Athletes from the Eagles, Phillies, Union & Flyers, comedian Judah Friedlander, various political figures and local celebrities and thousands of fans who helped us drive hunger from our communities. You can find select images from last year's Camp Out For Hunger in our Facebook albums found here.
If you can’t make it, but would still like to make a donation, our hungry neighbors in the Delaware Valley would appreciate it.
You can also follow the fun or interact with us on social media using #CampOutForHunger
The Chorus Photography partnership with Strazzante brings new opportunities for companies to incorporate true photojournalism into their brand identity and online presenceRead More
As much as you can count on the leaves changing every year, you can count on families dragging their children kicking and screaming to their portrait session. That train is just never late…and I am always on the platform waiting for it to pull in.Read More
There has to be a level of respect to personal time. We already work long and odd hours.Read More
Ok, so maybe the headline isn't as exciting as it sounds. Summer for photographers can tend to be a slow period of time. We're in between wedding & mitzvah seasons, lots of families are off on their OWN vacations (would it kill you to hire a professional photographer to tag along to Turks & Caicos for a week?) and even corporate work tends to slow down because...well...it's summer.
BUT, we've been managing to keep ourselves busy here at Chorus. This past weekend, we were hired on to photograph Blobfest. For those of you not in the know; Blobfest is a yearly event that celebrates the movie "The Blob", which in part was filmed at the iconic Colonial Theatre right in the middle of downtown Phoenixville (about 35 minutes northwest of Philadelphia). It not only celebrates the 1958 Steve McQueen led movie, but all manner of sci-fi campy goodness.
Imagine hearing the opening strains of Strauss' "Also sprach Zarathustra" as a 30's era pipe organ rises from below the stage, and a green alien stage right bangs away on Timpani drums while the organist descends back to the dark depths.
The evening is capped off by attendees recreating the famous "run out" scene, that the movie is primarily known for. Some people dress up in period clothing, some people dress up like scifi characters from their favorite movies.
Followed up by a brigade of "Blob Killers" who "freeze" the Blob...which effectively kills it.
And then, the "players" from the earlier stage show come out for pictures and to mingle among the crowd.
This may not be as fancy as following a family around on their vacation in an island resort...but you have to admit. It ain't boring!