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Bridgeport photographer Kasey L. Hilleary takes aim with patience and artistry

"I love capturing people the way I see them," exclaimed photographer Kasey L. Hilleary.

Black and white photography in Scarsdale

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art at 37 Popham Road in Scarsdale is presenting an exhibition of 30 photographs by Vivian Maier through Aug. 11. 

Danbury photographer Kathy Russell finds niche in equine market

Although Kathy Russell also places people, homes and dogs in the viewfinder, the central focus for this enterprise involves horses.

Zen photography at the Bethel Library

The free program, “Zen and The Art of Seeing,” will be at the Bethel Library.

Banking on art in Kingston

The Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union is featuring the art of Hudson Valley photographer Jessica Scott through July 29.

Mystery surrounds Apple Maps photographing of Connecticut streets

“It is not clear what Apple will ultimately use the data for,” wrote Mike Wuerthele, a contributing editor. “Speculation exists that the data is being collected to aid in Apple's autonomous driving project.

Fairfield Museum to feature work of Conn. photographer

The Fairfield Museum and History Center will open a solo exhibit in May featuring the work of photographer and Connecticut native Philip Trager.

Photography in the age of Facebook

Brick-and-mortar camera businesses evolve as rapidly as their models and makes.

Corporate event slowdown hits photographers

With corporate events down, photographers have to come up with other ways to make up for the loss in business.

Focused family

Capitol Photo Interactive, which was begun 32 years ago by Steven Madwed, has spun off into a separate business by two unlikely businessmen – Madwed’s twin 16-year-old sons.

Charles Starke

When talking to a doctor who has served as ship’s M.D. on 37 cruises, including aboard a replica brigantine, it’s only a matter of time before Patrick O’Brian comes up.

Todd Bryant

Todd Bryant of Norwalk is a professional photographer whose interest in the past has carried him to the head of the city’s historic initiative.

David Lasnick

David Lasnick has always been the guy who brings his camera every place he goes, but it wasn’t until the advent of digital pictures and Web logs that he was able to take the kind of photos he wanted and had a place to display them.

Yuval H. Marcus

Yuval H. Marcus has spent much of his life looking at the world through one eye – the one trained on the viewfinder of his camera.

The light and angles beyond ‘say cheese’

Roger Busch threw his energy into photography too late to have a shot at joining Margaret Bourke-White as the lone Fairfield County inductee to the International Photography Hall of Fame.