Crystal Cascade, Pinkham Notch, NH I’ve hiked by this waterfall many times, usually in the dark or too tired at the end of a long hike to give it much thought. A couple of weeks ago I decided it was time to pay it a proper visit. So with workshop client in tow we made… Read More
Join me for 2+ days of wet and wild waterfall fun as we photograph some of the amazing waterfalls in and around the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. On this 2+ day workshop we’ll visit some of the most beautiful waterfalls anywhere, some will be well known and popular, with a few secret… Read More
Patience Nature has a design known only to her, Slowly revealing her artistic intent with the passing of ages. As the river flows, sculpting the landscape, To the Forces of Nature even the granite succumbs. * * * And Now, By Popular Demand. Over the last few years I’ve often been asked if I offer… Read More
Everyone loves to photograph waterfalls, by clicking HERE, or on the image above, to learn four of my most used tips for making better waterfall photos.
Cascading over rock and boulder, its voice the chorus in the music of the forest.
A unique take on an old favorite. One of my favorite New Hampshire waterfalls is Falls of Song at Castle In The Clouds. It’s a long descent as the water plunges over the precipice. One wrong step… For some reason most people see this wonderful waterfall from below, something more like this. Maybe it’s because… Read More
Cropping for composition at the time of capture. The 2:3 Curse. Most digital cameras capture images in a 2:3 ratio. Quite often though that ratio of height to width isn’t going to work to give you the best representation of the scene you’re trying to photograph. That’s why cropping is such a great tool.… Read More
2013 Through The Lens. The past year has been outstanding for me. Physically, I don’t think I’ve ever been in better shape, even better than when I was racing mountain bikes. I can thank my time hiking in the mountains for that. And running, lots and lots of running. Photographically, I’m happier with the images… Read More
Creating the shot, literally. How far are you willing to go to create a photograph? How far is too far? For my landscapes, the more intimate portraits in particular, I have no problem doing a little light “landscaping” to clean up the composition. Without hesitation I’ll remove a piece of dead wood from a stream,… Read More