My Best Waterfall Photograph Ever. This past autumn while out photographing with a private workshop client I may have created an almost insurmountable problem for myself, the problem of making a photograph so good I may never be able to top it. As many of you know I love to photograph waterfalls, and this photograph… Read More
Recently it’s been brought to my attention by a friend and fellow photographer that my photography has changed a bit. Not so much in what I photograph, I’m still primarily a landscape photographer, the difference my friend noticed was in what else I’ve been photographing. After talking about this a bit, and a quick scroll through… Read More
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.
What do you do when you’re making a really long exposure that ends up being grossly overexposed? You make it black and white of course. Last night I was photographing on the Maine coast and experimenting with long exposures. The mistake I made was to trust the histogram displayed on the LCD of my Fujifilm… Read More
Ideal Waterfall Light. If you’d ask me to describe my ideal weather and lighting conditions for photographing waterfalls I would tell you that I hope for an overcast day and with any luck a slight drizzle. I would also tell you that it is definitely not during the middle of the day under harsh sunlight.… Read More
A little over a week ago, on April 1st, we here in New Hampshire received one hell of an April Fools surprise. A spring snowstorm dumped over 18 inches of heavy wet snow on us. Unable to resist an opportunity to capture a few landscape images with a blanket of fresh snow I grabbed my… Read More
The more time I spend with my Fujifilm X-T2 the more impressed I’ve become with it and the X-Trans sensor inside. One of the things I’ve been most amazed by is the amount of detail I’m able to recover from shadows that seem to have gone to black. With about 20 minutes before the sun… Read More
Stairs Mountain. It’s been several years since I spent my first night alone in the wilderness. This is where I slept, high atop the cliff face of Stairs Mountain, deep in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest. Peace, quite, solitude, with awe inspiring views in almost any direction. The last thing I saw before… Read More