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

Passion or Profit?

Do you photograph what you love or what will sell? A fairly simple question, but for those of us hoping of one day living the dream and becoming full time professional photographers, it’s a question that might not be so easy to answer. From the moment I sold my first print a thought occurred to… Read More

If The Picture Is So Boring You Notice The Noise…

My Thoughts On Noise. What’s the first thing you notice about the above image? Is it the wind blown snow, it’s seasonal quality with the holiday wreath? Or is the fact the image is a little bit grainy because it was shot at ISO 3200? How about this image of the Memorial Bridge linking downtown… Read More

When You Take Your Camera Everywhere

Recently it’s been brought to my attention by a friend and fellow photographer that my photography has changed a bit. Not so much in what I photograph, I’m still primarily a landscape photographer, the difference my friend noticed was in what else I’ve been photographing.   After talking about this a bit, and a quick scroll through… Read More

The Art Of Seeing Differently. 

Been There, Done That.  Now do it differently. The world is full of iconic locations that have been photographed extensively, Mount Chocorua in New Hampshire, especially as seen from this bridge, is one of them. The challenge for me was to come away with an image that wasn’t a cookie-cutter copy of many of the… Read More

Five Minutes To Sunrise.

Sunrise, and a five-minute walk. One of the things I love most about living on a lake are the ready-made photo opportunities it presents me with. Even when I have no set plans to go out making pictures, all it takes is quick glance out the window to have me reaching for my camera and… Read More