Blog stories about community related projects in the Bucks County, PA region.
One of my community friends is a photo journalist. She also instructs a class on photo journalism at Cabrini University, in Radnor, PA, outside of Philadelphia. She asked me to talk to her students about my photography skills, which focus on 360 photo/video. First, the mobile broadcast world For the first half of my talk […]
Every year around this time I make a post about how I covered my town’s annual holiday celebrations. The historic small town of Doylestown, PA has held an over century long tradition of celebrating the start of the holiday season. The evening after Thanksgiving, thousands gather in the town center. Choirs sing, music plays, and […]
Every July, The Doylestown at Dusk Car Show is one of the area’s biggest car show events, due to its uniqueness. Several of downtown Doylestown, PA’s streets are closed, and 500+ classic cars are placed for a crowd of thousands to peruse on a late weekend afternoon. There’s even a stage with live music, and […]
Like it has to many, many (many) people worldwide, the pandemic crisis has brought my own paying job to a halt. Working as a Mobile TV Broadcast Technician televising sporting events around the US, there is little call for my job when all events have been cancelled “until further notice,” and there are no live […]
TebWeb was recently contracted for an interesting local project: Doylestown, PA’s iconic County Theater. This non-profit movie theater was built in 1938 and a centerpiece of downtown. After a period of decline in the 70’s and 80’s, it has been rejuvenated to much success. So much so, that it is about to undergo a major […]
My fourth year with this event: my town’s annual holiday tree lighting. Doylestown, PA has been doing this for 105 years. Thousands crowd the closed off streets while choirs sing and a marching band escorts Santa into town on a 1923 Ahrens Fox fire truck to light the tree and meet with eager children. It […]
Ever since I was old enough to trek around my neighborhood by myself, I discovered this amazing little place nestled inside a patch of overgrown woods on the property of a poured concrete castle museum. It was boarded up, long abandoned, riddled with graffiti and vandalism inside and out. But there was something about it […]
Now in my third straight year doing this “in modern times,” covering my little Borough town’s annual Tree Lighting and arrival of Santa. For 104 years a big, well attended tradition the day after Thanksgiving. I say “modern times” because I once covered this event in a similar way in the early ’90s, at the […]
For my career as a mobile broadcast engineer, I travel. A lot. And I work for a big company that offers things like health reward incentives. Like many career work travelers, I have learned how to use the rewards system. Aside from free airline travel & hotel stays, I have often used many points for […]
Recently, I entered some of my “cropped 360” photos into a local photography exhibition. Cropped 360 photos are flattened single viewpoints of a 360 image, able to be presented to a 2D photo world as traditional photography is. Of 4 images I presented, one was chosen for the print exhibition, where it will be hanging […]
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