12,800 at 2:30 a.m. I’m not afraid to use whatever ISO I need in order to capture a photo, and last Sunday my Fujifilm X-T2 impressed me once again with how well it handles high ISO, in this case 12,800. My chosen spot for the morning was at the hairpin turn near mile 6 on… Read More
Camera ~ Fujifilm X-T2 Lens ~ XF16-55 f2.8 WR Filters ~ Singh Ray Vari-N-Duo Exposure Data ~ ISO 200, f16, 60sec. 24.9mm Processed in Lightroom Classic CC Location ~ Fort Foster, Kittery, Maine.
In Part 1 of my waterfall photography series I discussed the gear you’ll find in my bag when I head out to photograph them, and in Part 2 I talked about camera settings and how I choose them. Now in the third and final installment I’d like to share some thoughts on composition and how… Read More
Camera Settings, It Depends. Sabbaday Falls, White Mountain National Forest, NH. In my last article on waterfall photography, I shared the gear I use when I’m out photographing them. Now I’m going to share some of the camera settings, and the thoughts behind those choices, I regularly use when photographing falling water. I’m… Read More
Waterfall season is almost here, are you ready? Who’s ready for some waterfalls? I know I am! It’s Spring time, it’s getting warmer outside, the snow we got here in New Hampshire is starting to melt. All of which means it’s Waterfall Time! Those of you who’ve been following me for even a short time… Read More
Just say no to clear blue sky. I love extreme weather. There’s no better way to increase the odds of capturing exciting landscape photos than doing it when the weather is unstable and the sky isn’t just an expanse of clear blue nothing. As you may have seen in my last post, when I started… Read More
Let the adventure begin. For the last ten years I’ve made an early spring trek into Tuckerman Ravine to photograph the grandeur of the headwall as its bathed in first light. The hike in isn’t too difficult, about 2.5 miles to the Hermit Lake shelter, where you catch your first real glimpse of your destination,… Read More
Spring has sprung, And it’s time for waterfalls! (Once the snow melts that is) Click HERE if you’d like to lear more about attending one of my New Hampshire Waterfall Photography Workshops.
Let It Snow. Here in the northeastern U.S. winter has been making a dramatic comeback. After a brutally cold start, followed by a stretch of unseasonably warm weather that pretty much wiped the white off of the landscape, winter is back in a big way! Over the last few weeks New Hampshire as received… Read More