Nov 03 2013
Nov 02 2013
Coming real soon, any photographer who shoots for 911 Photography will be issued a All Access Pass with our logo and pertinent information attached. Each Photographers card will be two sided and will have their photo, their name and a expiration date of the pass on the front. On the rear of the pass, you will find some of the photographers credentials related to fire service, since most of our photographers are or have been firefighters. We are hoping this will ease the minds of fire officers, fire police and police officers who may not know them. This access pass DOES NOT guarantee them access, that is always up to the discretion of the incident commander. However, the pass does explain, the photographer is trying to exercise their First Amendment right under the protection of the United States Constitution. We just want everyone to know, we appreciate the wonderful cooperation we receive now, and we wanted to make it easier for you to identify us when someone says they are representing 911 Photography.
Nov 02 2013
The Men In Black
This weeks “Photo of the Week” was captured On March 1st, 2012, 911 Photography came upon a vehicle accident with entrapment on the Route 462 bridge which crosses the Susquehanna River in the east bound lane in Lancaster County. Lancaster County Pa. Box 3496 was struck at 13:29 hrs
To view this incident, go to the Photo Gallery
Nov 01 2013
Oct 30 2013
Today, the Gettysburg National Park Service conducted a “prescribed burn” of sections of the historic battlefield in its first ever planned controlled burn to clear fields of brush. The burns are called prescribed because there is a prescription of weather conditions fire specialists need to adhere to that involve wind, temperature, and relative humidity.
911 Photography cameraman Chris Eiker captured this photo from atop Little Round Top, looking out over Devils Den toward Confederate Avenue, along with other shots of the burn being conducted by the National Park Service burn specialists.
The burn was conducted to control invasive exotic species, reduce plant overgrowth and maintain wildlife habitat as well as open up the landscape for tourists.
Hanover Evening Sun Newspaper article on the burn