The images for our project are contributed by photographers who run the gamit from serious professionals to dedicated amateurs and by Cincinnati history buffs. All demonstrate an appreciation of and love for the community, and we appreciate their participation.
Larry retired as Assistant to the Director of the Cincinnati Park Board several years ago. Many of his excellent photos of local parks still are in use.
Kabir has two photos in the Mt Adams pages. His photos provide a real feel of the community.
A semi-retired clergyman, J.Stephen travels extensively in addition to photographing Cincinnati.
When Jackie was still living in Cincinnati, her local blog and photos highlighted many areas of the city, including Over-the-Rhine.
Scott is a professional photographer from Northern Kentucky who specializes in natural light family and child portraiture photography.
Bill is a local photographer who says he takes photos of "anything ...that catches my eye." This is his eye-catching photo of Shake It Records in Northside.
Thadd's photos center on family, home and Cincinnati. This photo of the Great American Ballpark scoreboard is one of his shots included on our site.
Sandra is a photographer who usually specializes in portraits, but her shot of Paul Brown Stadium during a Bengals game is a great addition to our Downtown images.
Mike's primary photographic subject is hockey, but he also shoots local landscapes like this lovely shot of the Keehner Park Amphitheater in West Chester.
Damon is from Arlington, Virginia. Music venues and bands are among his favorite photographic subjects, like photo of Abiyah taken at Newport's Southgate House.
Rufus is a Cincinnati artist and Civil War buff whose photo of multi-colored houses in Northside appears in that neighborhood's pages.
Jason is an avid Cincinnati photographer. His stunning photo of the Cincinnati skyline and Paul Brown Stadium provides a wonderful view of the riverfront.
Rob calls his photography a "minor hobby," but his photo of a band playing at Molly Malone's certainly captures the ambiance of that popular Pleasant Ridge pub.
Rob also contributed an inviting night time shot of Hyde Park Square.
Jude is Assistant to the Director at the Cincinnati Park Board, and a number of his lovely pictures of Cincinnati Parks enhance our neighborhood pages.
Kevin is an editor and publisher of Building Cincinnati as well as an excellent photographer. His "Skyline and Roses" shot was taken from Mt. Echo Park.
Chuck's photo "She Looks Beautiful in the Morning," offers a unique perspective of the Tyler Davidson Fountain in Downtown Cincinnati.
Katy takes her camera everywhere to capture her unique perspective on a wide variety of subjects in many Cincinnati neighborhoods.
Many of Al's photos appear throughout the site. His advertising background led him to photography and his own creative view of many of Cincinnati's neighborhoods.
Tawanna works as an Assistant in Colerain Township Administration and photographs fun aspects of living in Colerain Township in the summertime.
Jessica is a member of the CincyProject team whose photos of local chili parlors and other iconic Cincinnati eateries appear in many neighborhood pages.
Don Prout collects and catalogs old postcards of Cincinnati. He has graciously allowed us to include some of these images in our neighborhood histories.
Jane is a founding member of the CincyProject and has worked on all aspects of the site, including photos that appear in a number of neighborhood pages.
Connie is a public school music teacher who has been an avid, serious amateur photographer since college. Scenic vistas are among her favorite subjects.
Jonathan has more than 5 years of multimedia design experience. His photo of Riverfest fireworks captures the essence of this annual event.
5chw4r7z is a prolific local photographer and blogger. This mouth-watering shot is a great recommendation for dining in Over-the-Rhine.
Kurt contributed numerous photos to many of our neighborhood pages. His aim was always to convey the uniqueness of each neighborhood.
Chris is a graphic designer from the South who now lives in Cincinnati. This photo of Fountain Square captures a unique moment at the Cincinnati landmark.
Yuto is one of our youngest contributors. His photo of the Riverfest crowd at sunset vividly captures one facet of this annual event.
Jennifer lives in New York City but was born in Cincinnati and graduated from CCM. Her photos reflect her artistic view of Over-the-Rhine.
Randy is a founding member of the Cincy.com Project and has worked on nearly every aspect of the site. He's a native of Cincinnati and a community enthusiast whose love for Cincinnati shows in his many photos on the site.