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Sandy Point: A New England Seascape Gem

I think most of us landscape photographers end up with a handful ‘go-to’ places – places local enough and stunning enough that we return to them again and again. One of my favorite go-to places […]

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Ballet in the Sky

From the waning days of Summer through the early days of Autumn a small island near the mouth of the Connecticut River is the playhouse to a ballet in the sky, an avian spectacle that […]

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Acadia’s hidden carriage road gems

Acadia’s hidden gems, in plain sight When I say Acadia, I bet most everyone thinks Cadillac Mountain or Jordan Pond! But there is so much more! (see below) Nothing that I found is all THAT […]

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The Impression That I Get

As a photographer, there is no worse feeling than that of being uninspired. Many of the images I capture are spur of the moment shots, taken while driving from one destination to another.  When I […]

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Photographing In The Rain

PHOTOGRAPHING IN THE RAIN It’s hard to believe, but with all the rain this Spring season has rendered, our drought is over in New England! While this certainly is great news, it can tend to […]

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Waterfalls, Wildflowers, and Spring Greens: Late Spring Photo Ops

Waterfalls, Wildflowers, and Spring Greens From waterfalls and wildflowers in lush green forests to colorful lupine meadows in the White Mountains, late spring offers a wealth of photo opportunities in New England. And while the […]

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Do You Really Need To Shoot In RAW?.

You Need To Shoot In RAW.   From the day you picked up your camera you’ve probably heard that “serious photographers only shoot in RAW.” The reason most often given is that a RAW file is […]

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