Leo Howard Lubow
2201 Old Court Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21208
studio located in the historic Rockland Gristmill
at the corner of Falls Road and Old Court Road
just off the Ruxton Road exit of the Jones Falls Expressway
DIRECTIONS TO STUDIO:
from downtown Baltimore: take the Ruxton Road exit (#12) off the Jones Falls Expressway (I-83 N); turn left off the ramp; proceed 1/5 of a mile to the traffic light; pass the traffic light and make your first left into the parking lot; walk up the left ramp toward the water wheel entrance.
from I-95 N (BWI) to 695 N (toward Towson): take the Greenspring Avenue exit (#22) and turn left off the ramp onto Greenspring Ave; go to the light and turn left onto Old Court Road; drive 1.3 miles and turn right into the parking lot; walk up the left ramp toward the water wheel entrance.
Leo Howard Lubow is a writer, educator, and award-winning photographer who specializes in portraits, headshots, commercial & promotional images, and fine art prints. He offers courses in digital photography, Photoshop, and black & white photography, both in his studio and in association with educational organizations such as Johns Hopkins University (The Odyssey Program) and the Horizon Workshops (Summit, University of Delaware). Lubow also conceives, photographs and designs CD covers and inserts for musicians. Since 1997, when he gave up his practice as a business litigator, he has completed an existential thriller, written articles on interests ranging from jazz to boxing, and created a varied body of images for clients and magazines, including: Simon & Schuster, The Huffington Post, Good Morning America, Downbeat Magazine, Jazziz, JazzTimes, the Monterey Jazz Festival, NPR.org, Baltimore Magazine, The Baltimore Sun, The Luminous Landscape, NBC Sports, Style Magazine, American Dog Magazine, and in past years, Urbanite. Lubow also has photographed over 120 billboards/posters for the Show Your Soft Side Campaign, a pro-bono anti-animal abuse effort that continues to grow, presently reaching a Facebook audience of more than 250,000 each week.
In his personal work, Lubow’s interest lies in the individual or lone traveler, separated from the mainstream of life, whether it be a musician lost in the music, a sailboat racing a storm, a street artist with no audience, or a homeless person sleeping beneath a billboard of vampires. In short, he looks for emotional resonance in the isolated moment.
Lubow lives in Owings Mills, Maryland with his wife, Annette, and their cat, Chihuahua puppy & Havanese puppy, one of whom is very bad.
BJT article: A Fresh Lens
in the studio:
Canon EOS 5DS R
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
various prime & zoom Canon L lenses
four Elinchrom Style RX 600 lights
the 74″ Elinchom Octa Light Bank, plus misc.
travel & on the street:
when not using Canon: the Olympus OM-D E-M1
various prime & zoom Olympus, Panasonic & Leica lenses
current favorite walk-around lens: Panasonic G X Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 Asph. Lens for Micro 4/3
current favorite micro 4/3 portrait lenses: SLR Magic 50mm f/0.96 Hyperprime Lens for MFT
favorite low-light lens for the street: Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 ASPH Micro