Tag Archives: Indiana

Pushing Fronts: 2013 Retrospective – by Guy Rhodes

2013 Retrospective

East Chicago-based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes reflects on this past year and shares his favorite photos of 2013.

Dawn of the Dunes – by Guy Rhodes

Dawn of the Dunes Marathon

East Chicago based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes covered the first marathon to be hosted in the city of Gary, Indiana.

Skill and Bravery – by Guy Rhodes

B-17G

East Chicago based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes documented a demonstration flight in a B-17G Flying Fortress.

Textbook Americana – by Guy Rhodes

July 4

East Chicago based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes shares photos of 4th of July festivities and fireworks.

We’re Talking About Practice? | ESPN The Mag – by Chip Litherland

Pacers practice

Sarasota, Fl-based photographer Chip Litherland shot a practice at the Indiana Pacers team facility in Indianapolis for ESPN The Magazine’s recent photo issue.

Art of the Storm – by Guy Rhodes

snow macro

East Chicago based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes experimented with macro photography and captured some interesting photos of snowflakes.

9-Span Industrial Grace – by Guy Rhodes

9-span bridge

East Chicago based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes shot the 9-Span Bridge in Indiana, which will be demolished and replaced with a new design.

Celebrating The King – by Guy Rhodes

Michael Jackson impersonator

East Chicago based photographer, lighting designer, and filmmaker Guy Rhodes photographed Michael Jackson’s birthday celebration at his boyhood home in Gary, Indiana.

To Indianapolis and Back – by Nic Coury

2012 Indianapolis Moto GP

Monterey, California-based photographer Nic Coury covered the 2012 Indianapolis Moto Grand Prix at the Motor Speedway.

Indiana Drought – by Chris Bergin

Indiana Drought

Indianapolis-based photographer Chris Bergin has been covering the drought in Indiana.