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Neddick Morning Motion

Several weeks back I posted an image from the Cape Neddick Lighthouse (aka Nubble Light) in York, Maine. The processing behind that image was pretty involved, so with this version using a different composition and a longer exposure, I decided to do my edits in Lightroom only. As you’ve seen in my other Lightroom Only...

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    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 Photographing Fall Foliage

      Fall is here, and that means it’s time for fall colors to start popping! This is definitely my favorite time of year both personally and as a photographer. Crisp autumn air, crackling leaves beneath your feet, and vibrant colors all around – it’s the perfect atmosphere for getting out with your camera! I’ve spent a...

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        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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          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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