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Lloyd Fox

Photographer

Lloyd Fox graduated from the University of Delaware. Before working at The Baltimore Sun, Fox worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer as a stringer and then contract photographer. He also freelanced for United Press International at that time. Fox started working as a staff photographer for The Sun in 1990.

Recent Articles

  • Baltimore steam pipes get a new look

    Baltimore steam pipes get a new look

    Hidden below the streets of Baltimore is a steam system that provides hot water, steam and chilled water to over 255 businesses in downtown Baltimore. In a collaborative effort between the Downtown Partnership and Veolia, the company that operates the network, three of the many steam pipes or “stacks”...

  • Spooky, but not too scary: Behind the scenes of our Halloween photo shoot

    Spooky, but not too scary: Behind the scenes of our Halloween photo shoot

    For the Halloween Wknd section, I photographed actors from Field of Screams Maryland in the studio. The goal was to make it spooky, but not too scary for publication. The setup: Black paper was secured to the wall to create a dark backdrop.A main light with a small white umbrella was placed in...

  • Baltimore photographer captures the city's colorful doors

    Baltimore photographer captures the city's colorful doors

    Baltimore resident Izzie Arrizza has an eye for finding colorful and unusual doors along the street of Charm City. She captures them on her IPhone and shares them on her Bmore_Adoorable Instagram account. Izzie shares some of her thoughts about her passion for photography. How would you describe...

  • Fall foliage: Photography tips and tricks, plus best places in Maryland to see it

    Fall foliage: Photography tips and tricks, plus best places in Maryland to see it

    As summer departs and the cooler temperatures of fall settle in, the beautiful and vibrant fall foliage begins to decorate the trees around the state. While peak foliage may be delayed this year, it is a fantastic time for anyone with a camera to capture the scenery. There are many places to photograph...

  • Baltimore photographer Erin Douglas' search for diversity at Burning Man

    Baltimore photographer Erin Douglas' search for diversity at Burning Man

    Erin Douglas grew up in Baltimore and enrolled in her first photography class while in high school. Although her finance degree landed her a job in New York, her life long passion for photography would later bring her back to Maryland. After being honored with the Emerging Artist Award at Artscape...

  • #MyBmore highlights Baltimore's best

    #MyBmore highlights Baltimore's best

    #MyBmore is a Visit Baltimore campaign to encourage residents of the city to share their positive stories and experiences about all things Baltimore. The campaign started in 2015 with high profile entertainers, such as Julie Bowen, Wes Moore and Mike Rowe, helping to promote the city and what it...

  • Light For All

    Light For All

    The Baltimore Sun has been a fixture at 501 N. Calvert Street for the last 68 years. Founded in 1837 by A.S. Abell, The Baltimore Sun was one of several newspapers in the city at the time. The paper was first printed in a small building on Light Street where 15,000 copies were printed and delivered...

  • Selfies with sunnies: How to take the best photo in Maryland's sunflower fields

    Selfies with sunnies: How to take the best photo in Maryland's sunflower fields

    Maryland’s Instagram-worthy sunflower fields are blooming. While July’s record rainfall has delayed blooms at some venues, the flowers at Rocky Point Creamery and The Sunflower Garden are ready for those perfect pictures. Here are some tips for photographing at these locales: » To emphasize the...

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