Category Archives: New Hampshire

Ditching The Landscape In Landscape Photography

There’s a popular song from my high school days by Sister Hazel in which they sing “if you want to be somebody else, change your mind.” While this certainly applies to the much more important area of personal improvement, it also applies to photographic improvement. Although in our case the lyrics might be something more…

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Tips For Working Through Photographic Challenges

During my photo outings I usually have a specific list of images I want to capture. Whether it’s on a mountain trail or a city street, I’m there because I know there’s something that I want to photograph. However, it’s common during these trips to stumble across an eye-catching scene that wasn’t on my list….

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Jumping The Gun On The Sun

As a photographer there are few experiences more enjoyable than photographing a spectacular sunset. But there are two things I’ve observed in this regard that I’d like to share today, in hopes of helping you get get better sunset photos yourself. Firstly, people tend to leave shortly after the sun goes over the horizon. This…

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Faux Autumn In The White Mountains

Generally when I’m photographing something I prefer to keep my image at least reasonably close to what I saw in person. For example, I don’t like to mix the sky from one location and time to the mountains of a completely different location and time. I don’t even like to manipulate colors too heavily –…

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Intimate Portrait of the Pemigewasset River

Everyone loves a great wide angle landscape and for good reason – this is how we see the world; it’s how we experience nature around us, wide and open with so much to take in. But there’s another way we experience the world, albeit more subtle, which is more intimate and detailed. We see individual…

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