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
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
Originally posted on Nancy de Flon's Photo Blog:
Want to go on a photography workshop? You’re in luck — whatever your location, your subject matter of interest, your topic of interest, it’s not difficult to find something to suit your requirements. It’s then a matter of matching up the logistics — the where and…
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
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
Cascading over rock and boulder, its voice the chorus in the music of the forest.
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
And Michelle, the Queen of Peace will be there.
Since I first picked up a camera in the spring of 2008 I’ve traveled all over the state of New Hampshire making pictures. Here are a few of the things I’ve found abandoned along the way.
Originally posted on In Flow with Otto:
Time has come for another round of great photo blogs. And once again I ask you, my readers and blogger friends, to help me narrow down this long list of photo blogs worth while visiting, so I at the end can present a manageable size of blogs as…