Tag Archives: 16-35mm

Sunrise At The Portland Head Lighthouse

On the last day of my car rental during my 2015 trip to the U.S., I got up early and headed to the coast of Maine to photograph the beautiful Portland Head Lighthouse. It was a bit of an adventure to getting to the lighthouse itself in time but thankfully I got there with about...

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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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        Gleason Falls Stone Bridge

        One of my favorite parts of New England is the mixture of American history and nature that collide in the area, and today’s photo is a prime example of that. This photo comes from the Gleason Falls stone bridge, located in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. Originally built in the 1840s, the bridge is still in use...

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          Dawn at the Nubble Lighthouse

          After 3 weeks in the United States, I’m finally back and have been able to start processing the many photos I took during the trip. I was fortunate to photograph so many amazing and beautiful locations in New England, it was difficult to know where to begin, but I figured – where better to begin...

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