Calm Before The Storm.

With a winter storm bearing down on the Northeast, with as much as 20″ of snow expected in some parts of New Hampshire, Saturday morning looked like it was going to be my only window of opportunity to venture out for a few photographs this past weekend. So with high hopes I headed to the… Read More

In Defense of Tilted Horizons.

Just Kidding, Please Stop. A Little Post Holiday Humor to Start The Year Off Right. First let’s be clear, I’m not talking about photos like the one below where I wasn’t careful enough when leveling my camera on the tripod. For this I should be flogged! I’m talking about those images where for some unknown… Read More

First Light.

Welcoming the New Year along the New Hampshire Coast. Since first picking up a camera a little over 10 years ago it’s become a bit of a tradition for me to head to the New Hampshire seacoast to capture the first sunrise of the New Year. This year was no different. Due to an over… Read More

Full Frame vs Crop Sensor, Does It Really Matter?

So you think you need to move up to a full-frame sensor camera?  May I ask why?  Is there something your current APS-C, or “Crop” sensor camera doesn’t do that a camera with a full-frame sensor will?  Is it because all of the “experts” on the interwebs say that you should? (Yes there are good… Read More

Can You Buy Your Way To Better Photographs?

In this, the second in my series of (hopefully) thought provoking questions about landscape photography, I ask, do you think buying a more expensive, higher end camera will make you a better photographer?  Do you feel that in some meaningful way your current camera is holding you back in such a way that you’re unable… Read More

Won’t Leave Home Without It.

Recently I started a series of questions on my Facebook page. The goal was to get people talking about photography. The gear, needs vs wants, why we photograph. Over the next week I’ll be posting those same questions here. I look forward to your responses.  You’re heading out to take photos. You’ve got your camera,… Read More

An Autumn Weekend of Foliage, and Falls.

First There Was A Little Bit Of Sun.     This past Columbus Day weekend, October 6~8, was my final Fall Foliage Workshop of the season, and Saturday morning, day 1, started out perfect. When we first arrived at Wildlife Pond there was a beautiful mist floating across the mirrored surface of the pond. On… Read More