Jeff Folger – Vistaphotography

Jeff Folger’s VistaPhotography

Jeff “Foliage” Folger is a Salem MA; photographer who as you can guess from his moniker has an abiding passion for New England fall foliage as well as the rest of the diversity that makes up New England.  ” I love to travel from the seaside towns to the farms and mountains of New England in search of Iconic New England views”.

Contact Jeff Folger here

In the autumn I take to the road searching out the less traveled scenic byways of New England to find those fall foliage views that New England is so well known for. I love to find White church reflections on a lake or surprising vistas that force you to get off the road to safely appreciate the wonders of fall.

On my blog ” http://www.jeff-foliage.com“, I try to answer questions about where I find colorful spots and I make suggestions on where to go to get the most foliage bang for your weekend travels.  I’m also constantly adding links to websites that will help you make good decisions on planning your fall foliage trip

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Click the following link to visit my full library of New England Art and Stock images on Vistaphotography.

I’ve been photographing New England’s fall foliage season for many years now, first as Yankee Magazine’s fall foliage blogger (also their first blogger) and then on my own. I even started my own fall foliage site which is Jeff Foliage.com. Here you can find more of my work but for the most part it’s more about helping visitors finding resources to plan their fall foliage vacations.  I try to contribute with my thoughts on techniques  to making your planning easier and to get updates on what I think the foliage is doing in any given year.

If you would like to contact Jeff please go to Contact Jeff Folger here and send him a note.

 

 

Articles Jeff has written:

The 34th Quechee Balloon festival

Photographers and SEO! Part II

 Photographers and SEO

Don’t miss these 2 covered bridges for fall foliage views

 Tips for photographing fireworks

The lie behind HDR and Tone Mapping

Full moon, ocean surf and night time photography

Favorite fall foliage locations in New England

Tips for great fall foliage photography

From a caterpillar springs forth a butterfly

Forgotten places in New England

Lupines and More during NH Lupine festival

Spring’s scenic arrival caught by the New England photography guild members

Photographing Salem’s rich maritime history

Just as the tide recedes and the beach is revealed

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New England is wearing the green of Saint Patrick

winter slow to go, maple syrup and fall foliage

New England Sugar Houses & Mud Season & Scenic Farms?

New England Photography Guild a reality

 The Photographers Guild of New England

 

2 Comments

  1. Tina Waycie July 12, 2013 at 14:12 #

    We, photographers, are from CA planning to come to Vt. and NH for the fall foliage. Last week of Sept. and 1st week of Oct. are the best time to come? We plan to browse around these 2 cities about 10 days, is it enough. Do we need to book motels in advance rather than searching around we we arrive? Please give us some suggestions and advise. Thanks.

    Tina

    • Jeff Foliage July 12, 2013 at 15:48 #

      Hi Tina, During the week you are probably safe during that time period. I will say that I’m personally leaning towards a late fall this year. That does not mean LATE as in no color till mid Oct…
      But I’m thinking the color will really start between the 1st and 3rd in Northern NH, VT, and waaay north Maine. (Aroostock county).
      If you already have tickets then don’t worry, you’ll just be on the leading edge of color that’s all. I think you’ll find good color in the NEK (North East Kingdom) over to Littleton NH and North from there.
      There will be color in differing amounts in these areas and it won’t be constant color throughout the region. The 3-7th of Oct the color will move down to the feet of the white mountains and if you are having no luck then please check my blog for fall foliage.. http://www.jeff-foliage.com
      I hope this helps!

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