Waterfalls in Winter.

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

Don’t Forget The Foreground.

A Place To Start. In landscape photography, forgetting to include a prominent foreground element can often make or break a photo. No matter how beautiful the scene in the distance is, if your foreground(or lack thereof) falls flat or lacks interest, often so to will the photograph. I look at the foreground as a place… Read More

Baby It’s Cold Outside ~ Keeping Your Camera Going When The Temps Drop.

Taking Your Camera Out In The Cold. Winter is my favorite time to photograph landscapes. Almost every landscape I’ve ever photographed I feel looks better under a blanket of newly fallen snow. As beautiful as this winter wonderland can be, there are extra precautions needed to keep my camera up and running when the mercury… Read More

Wonderland, Mountains in White.

There’s no better time to be in the mountains than in the winter when everything is blanketed in newly fallen snow. This view from near the summit of Hancock North Peak, one of New Hampshire’s 4,000 footers, is one of many spectacular views to be had in the White Mountain National Forest. Along for the… Read More

2017, A Year In Pictures.

2017 was a pretty eventful year for me, with quite a few changes to my photography. The biggest being that 2017 was my first full year photographing exclusively with the Fujifilm X-T2, one of the flagship models in Fuji’s X-Series lineup. This change to a smaller and lighter camera system had me taking my camera… Read More

As Low As I Can As High As I Need.

Why High ISO Performance in a Camera is Meaningless to Me, And Probably Should be to You Too. Why is high ISO performance so important to so many photographers, many of whom will never need or use any of the higher ISO settings their camera offers? I belong to several photography related Facebook Groups and… Read More