This was a challenging shoot and I had a great time doing it, but it was a tough shoot to pull off. Temp’s in the 20’s with 20mph sustained winds that were gusting to 40mph. I discuss the gear and some of the editing I did. Why I shoot RAW and a little info on white balance. Looking for the race photos? There is a link off this article to find them.Read more
Official Photos of the 2015 6th Annual St. Paddy’s Five Miler Race Photos are posted to my site – Portsmouth, NH / Pease. All photos are free of charge for non-commercial use and ready for easy download.
Bonus: Photo Shoot Notes will be linked off the article later this week.Read more
Today’s rant is on the creative side and I think its obnoxiously obviously subtly. What is preventing you from being the photographer that you want to be. Lets see if I can get my thought across without digressing into too many different random thoughts.Read more
With multiple years of vacationing in Puerto Rico under my belt, I’m gearing up to write several articles on vacation photography. Read this reposted article in anticipation of several articles I have in the works. Can you manage serious photography with just an iPad for a computer? Whats my latest vacation equipment recommendations? How do iPhones and camera phones fit in?Read more
What to do on a cold winters day with snow banks piled up two stories high? Shoot models of course!
These photos came from a group shoot at SOPHA with simply amazing lighting. Take a look at how far my SOPHA friends were able to push lighting to make some very interesting effects.Read more
Find things around your house to shoot. No need to stage anything, just get close, let your camera do the thinking, bounce your flash if you have one.
Check out my shots taken in under 15 minutes along with 5 quick tips to make your photos rock.Read more
Okay, that’s hype… First its Dover, NH and not Boston, and second its 43″ in two storms. 30″ the first storm, 13 inches the second. But damn, that’s still a lot of snow. I had to snow blow paths in my back yard just to get around.
High ISO on my Nikon D700 rules. If you are looking at upgrading your camera, you better believe that being able to shoot ISO 6400 is worth every penny.Read more
Have you listened to the song “I love It” from Icona Pop? To me its about an attitude change. And what do models and trains have to do with this?
I’ve taken photography very personal and I’ve cared greatly about what others think. I think that’s an artistic flaw that drives artists mad over time if they don’t take action.Read more