As Low As I Can As High As I Need.

Why High ISO Performance in a Camera is Meaningless to Me, And Probably Should be to You Too. Why is high ISO performance so important to so many photographers, many of whom will never need or use any of the higher ISO settings their camera offers? I belong to several photography related Facebook Groups and… Read More

What Now?

My Best Waterfall Photograph Ever. This past autumn while out photographing with a private workshop client I may have created an almost insurmountable problem for myself, the problem of making a photograph so good I may never be able to top it. As many of you know I love to photograph waterfalls, and this photograph… Read More

When You Take Your Camera Everywhere

Recently it’s been brought to my attention by a friend and fellow photographer that my photography has changed a bit. Not so much in what I photograph, I’m still primarily a landscape photographer, the difference my friend noticed was in what else I’ve been photographing.   After talking about this a bit, and a quick scroll through… Read More

Wordless (Waterfall) Wednesday.

Up Close At Crystal Cascade.

Mountains of Color Fall Foliage Workshop.

Join me for a Weekend of Color in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ~ October 6th – 9th.   This years forecast calls for one of the best fall foliage seasons in a long time, and the White Mountains of New Hampshire are one of the most spectacular places to see and photograph the… Read More

STRUCTURE

Structure and Detail, Shadow and Light. Bald Head Cliff, Cape Neddick, Maine. Camera: Fujifilm X-T2 Lens: Fujinon XF16mm F/1.4 Settings: ISO 400, F/4, 1/750 sec. Fuji RAF file converted to .DNG using Iridient X-Transformer, Velvia film simulation applied in Lightroom. No other post processing performed.   For this weeks WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.