Why Watermark?

Why I Use A Watermark… …and why you should too.   There are almost as many opinions about watermarks on photos as there are photographers making photos. Some, like myself, won’t share a photo online without one. Then there are those who feel they are a waste of time because if someone wants to steel… Read More

Poetry and Pictures

White Mountain Poems You’ve seen it mentioned here. Now it’s ready and you can get your very own copy! Featuring poems inspired by the White Mountains of New Hampshire written by local author Jeffrey Zygmont, and featuring images from myself(how about that cover shot!!) and three other of New Hampshire’s finest photographers. Click HERE to order your… Read More

Coming Soon…

To a book of poetry near you! I’m quite pleased to announce that the book “White Mountain Poems,” by New Hampshire author Jeffrey Zygmont, will be hitting the shelves very soon. Along with the photographs from three of New Hampshire’s most talented photographers, will be nine of my images, including the one you see on… Read More

You Know You’ve Made It When,

People steal your work. I had my first solo show last night, 6/14, and this is one of the images that I really wanted to have framed and ready for the show. But the framed print was stolen from the lobby of the building where my framer has her studio. She unloaded it and a… Read More

The Photographers Curse.

The Insidious Photographer’s Ailment. When you look at a photograph what do you first see? Do you see a well composed photograph that perfectly captures the beauty of the scene, or do you see the slightly blown highlights in the water in an otherwise good image of a waterfall? Do you see a dramatic sunset with… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected

Since picking up a camera seriously for the first time about 5 1/2 years ago, a lot has happened that has been completely unexpected. There have been unexpected encounters with wildlife, one so close I could have reached out and touched him as he passed. One such encounter was unexpected, exhilarating, and terrifying, all at… Read More

Watermarking Made Simple.

Make Your Mark I get a lot of comments about my watermark. Surprisingly, quite a few people aren’t sure how to create their own. Here, in my latest article for the New England Photography Guild, I explain how to create a simple text watermark using the tools available in Adobe Lightroom 4. I also tell… Read More

Alive, Alive, Alive!

Step right up folks! Prepare to be amazed! ~ Beautiful sunrises along New Hampshire’s rugged granite coast ~ Majestic wildlife captured in scenic forest settings ~ Delicate wildflowers dripping with dew ~ Windswept mountain tops captured in the frigid cold of winter ~ The etherial beauty of a gently flowing waterfall ~ It’s all here… Read More

Change Is Afoot.

Change is a good thing! For those of you who have yet to visit my portfolio site, or if you haven’t visited in a while, get a good look, because, today, August 3rd, is the last day for the old Jeff Sinon Photography. Starting tomorrow, the all new Jeff Sinon Photography goes live! For quite… Read More