Don’t Forget The Foreground.

A Place To Start. In landscape photography, forgetting to include a prominent foreground element can often make or break a photo. No matter how beautiful the scene in the distance is, if your foreground(or lack thereof) falls flat or lacks interest, often so to will the photograph. I look at the foreground as a place… Read More

Isolating Elements

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

Vertical, Extreme, Motion.

In order to freeze the motion of this skier as he flys through the air, I used a fast shutter speed. Camera settings – 100 ISO, F/5.6, 200mm @ 1/1600 sec. Tuckerman Ravine. On the shoulders of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington rests one of my favorite places in all of the Granite State. For the past… Read More

Introductions – Jeff Sinon

I’ve recently been honored to be featured by Leanne Cole on her blog. When such an extremely talented photographer, with a following/fan base I could only dream of having finds my images worthy of sharing with her followers, it is truly an honor and quite humbling. Thank you, Leanne

Autumn Hues

A cold wind blows, bringing a chill to the morning air. Summer’s warmth becomes a pleasant memory as green becomes red and gold.  The days are crisp, the air is clear, the hillsides dressed in brilliant Autumn Hues. *    *    *  The question posed on the Daily Post,  “Changing colors, dropping temperatures, pumpkin… Read More