Spring 2013 Photos
Links to photo galleries grouped by subject from the March 17, 2013 SuspenDC event. Click on any of the below thumbnail images to view a photo gallery.
All photos © 2007-2013 by SuspenDC. Photos taken by the following alphabeitcal list of photographers as indicated on the full-size images:
- Michael Billewicz - view examples of Michael's photos
- The Bleak Muse - view examples of the Bleak Muse's photos
- Ethan Browning - view examples of Ethan's photos
- Michael Bryan - view examples of Michael's photos
- Carpe Noctum Photo (Michael) - view examples of Michael's photos
- Xiaomei Chen - view examples of Xiaomei's photos
- David Colwell - view examples of David's photos
- Elena Dubas - view examples of Elena's photos
- Thomas Felts - view examples of Thomas's photos
- Karen Fletcher - view examples of Karen's photos
- Madeline Marshall - view examples of Madeline's photos
- Mike Miller - view examples of Mike's photos
- Jennifer Moore - view examples of Jennifer's photos
- Joseph P ('Joe') Ogulin - view examples of Joe's photos
- PaperStreet Photography - view examples of PaperStreet's photos
- David Quillen - view examples of David's photos
- Dee Street - view examples of Dee's photos
- Danielle Taylor - view examples of Danielle's photos
- Anonymous - view examples of photos by Anonymous
The photos presented in these galleries and the likenesses of the people pictured may not be used, duplicated or distributed without express permission and credit.
Please contact us if you are considering using any photo or would like to get in contact with one of the photographers.
Any participant may bring in cameras, camera-phones etc.. to take pictures for personal use.
After spending the first years being a clearing house for the images taken at the event, we realize that we do not have the human power to accomplish this in a timely way. Rather than asking folks to continue waiting for us to complete our edits, we are opening the event up to allow folks to take pictures for their own private use. This means that the organizers cannot guarantee to any participant that they absolutely will not appear in any images taken at the event.
Everyone with a camera will be asked to honor the color coded wrist band system we have been using at the event:
- Red bands for people ok with being photographed
- White bands for people who do not want to be in pictures
As we have no control over participants who bring in cameras, we cannot guarantee their adherence to this request. For Flyers who do not want to be photographed, we can and will, upon request, ask the crowd to refrain from taking pictures during a specific suspension. We have no way to guarantee that a particular participant will not be caught in the background of some other shot , though.
Staff Photographers with professional equipment will be taking photos that may appear on the SuspenDC website and/or advertising materials for the event as they always have. And as always, only those folks who give us permission to use their image will appear on the event web site or advertising materials. If our staff photographers accidentally get someone in a shot who has not given permission, their likeness will be obscured/removed from the shot or the shot will simply be discarded.
Before entering the event, everyone will be asked to have their photo taken with their ID so our photo-editors can have a visual record to match up names and faces of who's "cool" and also know who needs to be removed from any stray shots.
If you really don't want to be photographed...
- don't stand in the middle of an obvious shoot - (duh!)
- don't wear bright white or fluorescent colors - (duh! again)
- keep your no-photograph bracelet/marker on and visible during the event
- introduce yourself to folks with cameras and ask them to note what you look like and please do their best to avoid photographing you
Please take responsibility for your level of comfort around the camera lens. We cannot police that for you - nor can we guarantee that someone at the event won't get you in a photo and put it all over MySpace.
Also, if you are the one with the camera and someone asks you to not take their photo, please do your best to honor that request. Two-way street...
If you have any questions or concerns, let us know. Thanks in advance.
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