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Free virtual event: Baltimore Sun photojournalists reflect on a year documenting the pandemic

For the past year, The Baltimore Sun has documented the far reaching effects of the coronavirus pandemic, from the first confirmed cases in the state to the arrival of the vaccines.

While much of the newsgathering has been done remotely, our visuals team continued to go out into communities every single day in order to convey the reality of how our lives have been drastically altered by this virus.

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From hospitals and classrooms to stadiums and polling places, our team went everywhere, constantly challenged with finding new and inventive ways to safely tell the stories of Baltimore.

On Wednesday March 17 at 4 p.m., join Sun photojournalists Amy Davis, Karl Merton Ferron, Lloyd Fox, Ulysses Muñoz and Kevin Richardson for a virtual discussion as they look back on the past year and how they had to adapt their storytelling strategies. They’ll also share examples of some of their favorite images and how they came together.

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