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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High quality inexpensive macro photography

Buying a macro lens that can be used on both a crop-frame and full-frame camera is an expensive proposition, especially for someone who just wants to try macro photography. I have two – a Nikon […]

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Trail Camera – Discover What’s Lurking In The Dark!

The Catalyst Out of nowhere my 7-year old dog suddenly became very wary and skittish when going out into our yard and walking across the property to her usual spot. Along the way she would stop, […]

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All the Gear

All the Gear and No Idea It’s a saying I heard many years ago related to Mountain Biking, but it applies wonderfully to other interests like photography. Many photographers, especially those new to the hobby, […]

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Photo tips for better blue hour skyline photography

The golden hours around dusk and dawn are well known for best landscape, seascape and skyline photography.  Twilight or blue hour, however, is when you find me photographing Boston and strolling the streets of Boston […]

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