Better Photography Takes More Than A Fancy Camera.

I my latest article for the New England Photography Guild I share a few tips on how to take your photography past the snap-shot and on to creating beautiful and compelling photographs.   None of the tips involves buying any new gear, except maybe an alarm clock. 😉                

Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturate

Foliage again? That’s right. And until it’s gone and all the leaves are on the ground, welcome to the Jeff Sinon Photography Autumn In Technicolor Blog. I’m headed to the mountains soon, for what I hope to be a long and fruitful day of photographing this years glorious display of color, in hopes of bringing… Read More

Before There’s Fire.

 There’s Blue. As a landscape photographer, I love good fiery sunrises and sunsets. A cloud filled sky that bursts into flame as the sun begins or ends its journey across the sky each day is something I hope for every time I head out to make photographs. However, I don’t just show up a few… Read More

It’s Not Always About Sharpness.

Sharp lens, blurry photo. Having recently added a Canon 70-200 f/4L IS lens to my camera bag, I needed to go out as soon as I could to test it. Reported to be one of, if not the, sharpest zoom lens Canon has ever made, you might think I’d be out shooting trying to see just… Read More

A Rush To Judgement….

Or, why it takes me forever to share images from a shoot. At least it should anyway. I love to share my images, plain and simple. Ever since the first person complemented me on my photography I can’t get enough. Who doesn’t like a great big boost to the ego every once in a while,… Read More

The most annoying questions every photographer is asked.

I was in Newmarket, New Hampshire this past Saturday participating as a vendor during the town’s Olde Home Day celebration. The weather was perfect for an outdoor market, and the people were great. But as the day wore on, I was repeatedly asked two questions, both of which make me cringe every time I hear… Read More