Foliage Outside the Box:Follow Up

About this time last year, I wrote an article called Foliage:Think Outside the Box where I offered up some ideas on how to put a spin on the classic New England fall foliage season. Some […]


Photographing for magazine covers

Many photographers hope to take images that might someday find their way onto a magazine cover. But just capturing beautiful scenes is normally not the only thing that is required for a cover photo on […]


Produce Photography

If spring is flower season, the late summer and autumn are definitely produce season.  It is a nice time to photograph and a great time to eat the magnificent bounty of our brief but exuberant […]


In Praise of Search, Discovery, and Our Own Secret Spots

In the upcoming season of leaves and incredible fall drama, every New England magazine and newspaper will be publishing, in print and online, their tips for the best fall driving trips for each state. Some […]


Scenic fall colors along Route 16

This is meant to be a short fall foliage trip in New Hampshire and is only about 66.3 miles long. But if you hit every single stop along the way and get out of the […]


Just Do It — even in the midday sun

Just do it – even in the midday sun – but shoot raw to tame that contrast. I don’t consider myself a landscape photographer – I really don’t have enough patience for that. I do […]


Late Summer Wildflowers: Color Before the Foliage

As another summer moves past the halfway point (too fast for many of us), many photographer’s thoughts turn to the oncoming foliage season. Though it’s easy to overlook this time of the year, it, like […]