My White Whale.

The Gardens in Prescott Park. Prescott Park, located on the waterfront in beautiful Portsmouth, NH is a place I’ve visited and photographed often, really, really often! I’ve photographed there at night. (please excuse the overly intrusive watermark) I’ve photographed there at sunrise. (again with the giant watermark?) I’ve even photographed there in the winter. But… Read More

If You Can’t Be With The One You Love.

When You Want This, But Are Given This. What Do You Do? Do you give up and go home? Or do you embrace it? All too often we landscape photographers head out with rigid expectations of what we want to photograph and how we want to photograph it. So much so that we can be… Read More

Waterfall Photography Part 1: The Gear

Waterfall season is almost here, are you ready? Who’s ready for some waterfalls? I know I am! It’s Spring time, it’s getting warmer outside, the snow we got here in New Hampshire is starting to melt. All of which means it’s Waterfall Time! Those of you who’ve been following me for even a short time… Read More

STRUCTURE

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. 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

Respect It. While out this past weekend trying to take pictures in the rain I paid a visit to a favorite local stream that has a lot of beautiful cascades and granite ledges. While wandering along a section of stream I particularly enjoy I came across a collection of letters, words actually, but since the… Read More

Why I Photograph

Falling Back-Asswards Into A Passion. It Began In The Stars. Some of you know how I came to find a camera in my hands, many do not. Here’s my story. Unlike a lot of photographers, photography was never my “Thing.” I hadn’t been shooting for decades, born with a camera in my hands, lamenting the… Read More