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

Tripods Need Love Too!

Considering how much it cost me, you’d think I might take better care of my tripod, you’d be wrong. Without question my tripod is the most abused piece of gear I own. That is except for the few times a year my tripod gets the love it deserves for serving me so faithfully all these… Read More

Wordless (Waterfall) Wednesday

Snowy closeup of The Basin, a scenic waterfall in Franconia Notch, NH.

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

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

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

You Have To Be There!

Why Do My Landscape Photos Still Suck? You’ve bought a new camera, spent a boat-load of money on it too. You’ve studied every last thing you can find on how to use it. You can change camera settings like ISO, shutter speed, and aperture pretty much blindfolded. You’re a master of your new toy. However… Read More

The Changing Face(s) Of Jeff Sinon Photography

Remember that guy who said he’d never photograph people? Well we had to fire him. Turns out he(okay, it was me) didn’t know what I was missing and just how much fun photographing people can be. Not to mention the challenge of stepping WAAAY outside of my normal comfort zone and photographing a subject that talks… Read More