Low light, low to the ground. Makes getting down on my hands and knees for this shot totally worth it. Sometimes the best scenes are right at your feet, but you may need to get a little dirty in order to see them.
Saying goodbye to Winter. Yesterday at 5:58 p.m., Spring arrived in the northern hemisphere. As much as I love winter, I’m really looking forward to the longer, warmer days. Though it still looks like winter in many parts of New Hampshire, it’s slowly loosening its grip on the land as the days grow longer and… Read More
Normally when out photographing I focus on expansive landscapes, grand scenic views of the dramatic views in the mountains and along the coast of New Hampshire. On my last outing to the north country I chose to make images with a more limited view. Instead of wide open spaces, the majority of what I captured were… Read More
When photographing landscapes, especially with a wide angle lens, I often place my lens closeup to my foreground element. Doing so accentuates the prominence of your foreground in the composition by giving the illusion that it is larger than it really is. Below are a few examples of how I used a wide angle lens… Read More