The Power of Tagging Your Photos

By Ellen Bedrosian When the cherry blossoms bloom, it’s a big event around the word. Entire festivals in many cities revolve around the awakening of the pink beauties from their winter slumber. Tokyo and Washington D.C. are particularly well-known cherry blossom destinations. Closer to home is Branch Brook Park that spreads across the cities of

Waking up to Magic

By Ellen Bedrosian I think every photographer in Bergen County woke up with the same idea on Friday morning (2/5/16). The overnight snowfall was pure magic. A winter wonderland of epic proportions. It was heavy and full. The trees and shrubs were majestic in their winter white. Alas, I had to take my 89-year-old mother

Crossing Over to the Dark Side

By Ellen Bedrosian During the summer, I participated in training given by the NJFCC to become a judge.  Although not quite as bad as Anakin Skywalker crossing over to the dark side and becoming Darth Vader, my main reason for becoming a judge was simple: I felt that the current pool of judges generally scored creative