Structure and Detail, Shadow and Light. Bald Head Cliff, Cape Neddick, Maine. Camera: Fujifilm X-T2 Lens: Fujinon XF16mm F/1.4 Settings: ISO 400, F/4, 1/750 sec. Fuji RAF file converted to .DNG using Iridient X-Transformer, Velvia film simulation applied in Lightroom. No other post processing performed. For this weeks WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
Capture Autumn In New Hampshire. Due to last years overwhelming demand I will be leading two Fall Foliage Workshops this year in the beautiful picturesque White Mountains of New Hampshire, home of some of the most spectacular scenery and “leaf peeping” to be found anywhere. Dates. This year the workshops will be held the… Read More
I had to share this exciting news as soon as I could. The Nik Collection by Google is now FREE!! That’s right, the plugins that I use on virtually every image are not $299, the price before Google bought Nik. They’re not $149, the price after Google bought Nik. They are FREE!! Run, don’t… Read More
The White Mountain National Forest. Over the past two weekends I’ve had the pleasure of leading a handful of workshop clients, (one all the way from Jordan!) throughout the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. From waterfalls to high mountain peaks to beautiful autumn foliage, the WMNF is my Happy Place!
The Problem With Landscape Photography. We see the world around us in three dimensions, unfortunately our camera does not. Trying to convey the depth and dimension our eyes see with the two dimensional medium of photography can often leave the final image looking flat, without depth. Fortunately, by using a few simple tricks when composing… Read More
Looking Back, Memories Of 2014 As the New Year begins I like to take a look back and share my favorite images of the previous year. Are they my best? That’s too subjective for me to decide. What they are is a selection of… Read More
A Photograph Is A Dance With Light. The Light leads your every step.
“Drawing With Light” Photography is all about the light. No matter the subject, light is what makes a photograph. By using light you can create warmth. I rely on is the sun. The sun and the way its light warms the landscape during the Golden Hours at the beginning and end of each day. Light… Read More
Landscape or Portrait~ Experiments in Composition When you’re out photographing, especially if your photographing a popular and often photographed location, try experimenting with composition. I different point of view can mean the difference between just another photo like all the rest, or a truly unique image.