And it rained, all day long. I’m not complaining.
Saying goodbye to Winter. Yesterday at 5:58 p.m., Spring arrived in the northern hemisphere. As much as I love winter, I’m really looking forward to the longer, warmer days. Though it still looks like winter in many parts of New Hampshire, it’s slowly loosening its grip on the land as the days grow longer and… Read More
Do you photograph what you love or what will sell? A fairly simple question, but for those of us hoping of one day living the dream and becoming full time professional photographers, it’s a question that might not be so easy to answer. From the moment I sold my first print a thought occurred to… Read More
In Part 1 of my waterfall photography series I discussed the gear you’ll find in my bag when I head out to photograph them, and in Part 2 I talked about camera settings and how I choose them. Now in the third and final installment I’d like to share some thoughts on composition and how… Read More
Camera Settings, It Depends. Sabbaday Falls, White Mountain National Forest, NH. In my last article on waterfall photography, I shared the gear I use when I’m out photographing them. Now I’m going to share some of the camera settings, and the thoughts behind those choices, I regularly use when photographing falling water. I’m… Read More
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
Spring has sprung, And it’s time for waterfalls! (Once the snow melts that is) Click HERE if you’d like to lear more about attending one of my New Hampshire Waterfall Photography Workshops.
Let It Snow. Here in the northeastern U.S. winter has been making a dramatic comeback. After a brutally cold start, followed by a stretch of unseasonably warm weather that pretty much wiped the white off of the landscape, winter is back in a big way! Over the last few weeks New Hampshire as received… Read More
Waterfalls on Ice ~ March 9-11 Frozen waterfalls, what’s not to like? Click HERE for more information. Glow In The Bowl, Sunrise In Tuckerman Ravine ~ March 25 Tuckerman Ravine is one of the most spectacular natural features in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. When the headwall of the Ravine is bathed in pink alpenglow at… Read More
Waterfalls, Not Just A Springtime Thing. I like to photograph waterfalls. A lot! And while most of my waterfall photography takes place in the spring and early summer, some of my favorite waterfalls look just as beautiful, maybe more so when encased in ice. The most striking feature of many of these winter waterfalls… Read More