Let Me Show You The Granite State.

Planning a visit to New Hampshire and don’t want to waste any of your precious vacation time trying to find the best spots to photograph? Let me be your guide. I now offer both personal and small group photo workshops and tours throughout New Hampshire. From the rocky seacoast to the White Mountains, waterfalls to… Read More

2014, The Best Of?

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

Photography 101: Experiment With Composition.

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.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

The third time’s the charm, right? On a recent trip to Great Island Commons in New Castle, NH to photograph sunrise I came across this composition and knew the photo I wanted to make. The barnacle and seaweed covered rocks made a great foreground element, the points of rock on either side lead the way to Whaleback… Read More

The Final Shot Of 2012

On the eve of the eve of the New Year… …I finally made it to Nubble Light to photograph it decorated for the Holidays. This is also officially the last image I made from 2012. It was brutally cold, winds in excess of 30mph(48kph), several shots ruined by car headlights illuminating the island, but it… Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

As Urban As I Get. This weeks WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge theme is “Urban.” Since I had already made plans to head into Portsmouth, NH today (Saturday) anyway, I was in luck. Also, since I would rather have a root canal than step foot into a “real” city, Portsmouth would have to do. The weather wasn’t… Read More

Nice Legs!

All Three Of Them. – At night, even if I wasn’t trying to capture the movement of the water fountain, I’d need a long exposure for this scene due to the low light. That means tripod –  If you want consistently sharp, well composed photos, buy a tripod. I don’t care how advanced the image stabilization… Read More