To the soft sweet music of the forest the water shall dance.
The First Rule. Know it. One of the first “Rules” of photography that most people learn when first starting out is the Rule Of Thirds. When composing a photograph, visualize a grid across the scene, dividing it into thirds vertically and horizontally. Just like in a game of tic-tac-toe. For a more dynamic composition you should… Read More
Just how grand is that landscape anyway? Are those mountains in the distance some of New Hampshire’s tallest, or just a few small hills? Without anything in the photo to provide a reference of scale it’s really hard to say for sure. So what’s a photographer to do? Simple, by incorporating something of a known… Read More
Along came a spider… There are more shadows to enjoy.
In the darkness, forgotten amidst decay. Hidden beneath graffiti and peeling paint. Shadows of the past lie long in the fading light. The ravages of time exacts its price. Nothing escapes. If you wish, you may lurk in the shadows of others.
‘Tis the season of peace, joy, and the twinkle of holiday lights.
In the Sunlight.
Early Autumn, a flash of gold, reflections on Stonehouse Pond.
A Photograph Is A Dance With Light. The Light leads your every step.
“Drawing With Light” Photography is all about the light. No matter the subject, light is what makes a photograph. By using light you can create warmth. I rely on is the sun. The sun and the way its light warms the landscape during the Golden Hours at the beginning and end of each day. Light… Read More