My name is Robert H. Eubanks and I have lived in Bowie, Maryland for the last 30 years. My interest in photography started while attending College in Nebraska. Since that time I have worked diligently turning my novice skills into those of a professional photographer.
In an effort to improve my skills and knowledge in the field of photography, I have attended Prince George's Community College and earning credits and certifications in various courses including those of an artistic nature, as well as, technical and mechanical seminars with leading camera manufacturers. In addition, I take full advantage of any opportunity to develop my skills, from visiting exhibits, libraries, museums and reading books and magazines.
My techniques include those of a traditional manual format. When providing photography services, it is very important to communicate with the client or viewer to understand the desired results.With the clients desired result in mind, I make it a point to get the best shot, using my knowledge, skills and artistic ability. My photos can be as true as you see them with limited to no manipulation or they can be retouched to bring out certain attributes upon a clients request.
I have submitted photos for publication published in In Tower, Lady Magazine, P.G. Suite Magazine , The Informer and several onlinesports publications . Currently I serve as a free-lance photographer for the District Chronicles newspaper,and the DC Sports Box ( a online sports publication)as well as various other contract assignments. I recently finshed my 1st yr phototgraphing HS Sports for Life Touch.I love competition, and have entered in various contests covering a broad range of material around the area. I was awarded 2nd place at the Lilly Ponds Annual open house in WashingtonD.C. The last few years i have photograph the Washington Wizards, Washington Redskins, Washington Mystics, DC United, DC Rollergirls and serveral other professional sports in the the Washington metro area.
In the end, my most enjoyable moments are those spent at my church, and most importantly with family, where my talents are put to very good use recording various occasions and events.