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Autumn Photography Tip 10 of 11

September 13th, 2021

Autumn Photography Tip 10 of 11

Autumn Photography Tip 10 of 11: Instead of or in combination with a polarizing filter saturate and intensify colors by underexposing your Autumn Photos slightly. >>> Find more PHOTO TIPS

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Morning Maple

September 13th, 2021

Morning Maple

I love when the morning or afternoon sunlight strikes and illuminates the colors of fall foliage. In this photo of maple tree leaves from the inspiring Boston Arnold Arboretum I isolated a branch with four maple leaves in peak autumn colors. The leaves were sun-kissed while the background ... Learn More.

Beacon Hill and Boston Skyline Night Photography

September 9th, 2021

Beacon Hill and Boston Skyline Night Photography

The other week I went out to photograph the Boston Skyline from Memorial Drive in Cambridge. I had a view in mind that was straight on and landmarks such as the John Hancock building and Prudential building are rather isolated from the rest of the skyline buildings and do not overlap with each other. The aperture in this pic was f/5.6 providing a 8 second exposure time at ISO100. In the second image I used the boats of the Charles River Yacht Club and their reflections as ... Learn More.

Abstract Flower Fine Art Photography

September 9th, 2021

Abstract Flower Fine Art Photography

This blog features a compilation of 13 of my personal favorite Abstract Flower Photo Art in a picture photography collage. The inspiring selection is showing abstract forms and flowers that make for beautiful home, restaurant, house, hotel, health care center, doctor office or Wall Art Decoration. Pictures were taken in my home studio and in local Boston gardens and parks where I applied limited Depth of Field settings and benefited from my practical Flower Photography Tips. >>> Learn More.

Root Awakening

September 9th, 2021

Root Awakening

Human forms in nature is something I always look for when I head out into the field. It all started in the White Mountains of New Hampshire when I stumbled upon roots that appeared very human; in fact like a "Resting" person lost ... Learn More.

An American National Park Icon - Jordan Pond and the Bubbles

September 8th, 2021

An American National Park Icon - Jordan Pond and the Bubbles

Last September I spent a week on Mount Desert Island. I used the opportunity to photograph in some of my favorite spots in Acadia National Park. Jordan Pond is famous for its beautiful views of the Bubbles. The Bubbles consist of the South and the North Bubble, a couple of scenic mountains that make for great photography subjects. Parking is pretty easy since the famous Jordan Tea House is nearby providing plenty of spaces at night. This is popular photography spot and I wasn't on my own. I recall three other photographers and we chatted it up a little bit while waiting for sunset and the magic light to appear. Equipped with a wide-angle zoom lens set at 28 mm and my split graduated >>> READ MORE

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Rainy Days Blooming Flower Art Decor

September 8th, 2021

Rainy Days Blooming Flower Art Decor

Yesterday it was raining on and off in Boston but nevertheless I made my way over to the beautiful Hall's Pond sanctuary for some rainy day photography. I envisioned that if I am lucky I may find the occasional heron stalking in the rain for its dinner. Instead I found a male ...Learn More.

The Art of Flower Photography

September 8th, 2021

The Art of Flower Photography

Learn from my photography magazine article The Art of Flower Photography how to create beautiful macro floral and abstract flower photos with your camera as I guide you through my photography work process in a case study of Easter Lilies published by Apogee Photo Magazine.

11 New England Fall Foliage Photography Tips

September 5th, 2021

11 New England Fall Foliage Photography Tips

New England autumn colors are famous throughout the world. Leaf peepers and photographers alike flog to the Northeast of the United States of America to experience the marvelous fall foliage glory in Acadia National Park and State Parks of Maine, Rode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. New York State to the west and the Great Smokey Mountains further down east are 2 more fabulous destination for fall foliage leaf peeping and autumn photography. This blog post compiles 11 photo tips for better fall foliage photography results. The photo hints discuss how to capture mood and color of this spectacular season and bring home beautiful photography impressions and memories. The pictures and links provide further tutorials that may be of interest ... hope you explore and enjoy!

Photo Tip #1: Plan your New England leaf peeping or fall foliage photography trip well ahead of time this year. There are many sites that provide the required information but The Foliage Network is one of the best and this website provides accurate foliage reports for color and leaf drop. In my experience "High Color" is the preferred time to find these glorious New England fall colors.

Photo Tip #2: Get out after a rain storm has passed to take advantage of beautiful lighting conditions when the sunlight breaks through and provides spectacular lighting condition. The air is clearest in the morning and after rain storms making for good times to strive for stunning and scenic autumn landscape photography compositions.

Photo Tip #3: Do not be fooled and discouraged by an overcast and rainy day weather forecast. Cloudy days provides beautiful and well balanced light that enhances details in darker areas. Rain drops on leaves make for excellent macro photography images and wet leaves turn the leaves on fire. Eliminate overcast sky by using your telephoto lens to achieve a tighter, more Intimate Landscape composition that is more beneficial and interesting.

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How to Maintain Museum Quality Photography Fine Art Prints

September 5th, 2021

How to Maintain Museum Quality Photography Fine Art Prints

Museum quality fine art photography prints are created on acid-free papers with archival inks to guarantee that your prints last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. Matte paper is long-lasting and versatile. It's ideal for high contrast and crisp reproductions. Glossy finish shows off your photo art with luxuriant depth and vivid colors. My limited signed edition collection prints are printed on museum quality LightJet Fuji paper that last longer than a lifetime. I work with a local photo lab in Massachusetts that provides these high quality, long lasting fine art prints and where I can stop by, and discuss the final prints. Please Contact Me direct for pricing and delivery of limited signed edition photography artworks.

With the appropriate care, photography prints will last for years, so you can fully enjoy and appreciate the artwork for many years to come:

1. Dust your photos print with a clean, soft cloth to prevent dust build up. Do not wipe dust spots of with your fingers as it will be very abrasive and scratchy to the surface of your Photography Art.

2. Do not use any cleaning products or water since the chemicals may permanently damage your photography prints.

3. Avoid blowing on your prints because you may inadvertently leave water droplets and >>> LEARN MORE & GET THE OTHER 5 TIPS

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