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Tips for Selling Photography Artwork Online and Offline

December 2nd, 2018

Tips for Selling Photography Artwork Online and Offline

This Photography Artwork Collage shows some of my recent fine art photography artwork sold online. Selling art online is no picnic. It takes a serious time commitment and >>> Learn More and www.RothGalleries.com

Florida Wildlife Naples Beach Photography

December 2nd, 2018

Florida Wildlife Naples Beach Photography

Recently I visited Naples beach where I was looking for suitable nature photography objects. The seascape scenery was painted by the late afternoon sun and beach shells made for great macro photographs. While going about my business I encountered eight ibises that were looking for dinner on the beach and in the incoming waves. Once I became aware of the birds I quickly decided to pass them at a safe distance. I then composed a seascape photograph using the birds as ... Learn More.

Virtual Tour through Boston Fenway Park

December 2nd, 2018

Virtual Tour through Boston Fenway Park

The Boston Red Sox are having another challenging season but fans around New England and the world are hopeful for a continuous turnaround after the All-Star game. It's so much fun to watch the talent and young kids to grow and develop. Always wanted to experience Fenway Park? Take the virtual Boston Fenway Park Tour now - enjoy!

Go Sox!

Juergen
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Behind the Photo of the Long Exposure Photography Picture at New Hampshire Table Rock

November 30th, 2018

Behind the Photo of the Long Exposure Photography Picture at New Hampshire Table Rock

On my last trip to the New Hampshire White Mountains I explored Franconia Notch State Park. Flume Brook was nicely filled with water due to a few rain events the days before my arrival. Peak autumn colors during New England fall foliage were imminent made for a spectacular photo tour to the Whites. This image here shows Table Rock, a small section of Conway granite that has been exposed and outcropped for hundreds of years. This scenic cascading water section is about 500 feet long and 75 feet wide and has plenty of photo opportunities.

Positioned in the mid section of Table Rock I found an outcrop that beautifully displayed the cascading waters of Flume Brook. I incorporated the glorious fall foliage in the back to provide the essence of this magical place. A Polarizing Filter extended exposure times while also eliminating unwanted glare on leaves and wet surfaces. Aperture in this nature photography image was set to f/22 providing a 1 second shutter speed at ISO100. I under exposed slightly to further >>> LEARN MORE.

Juergen
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Trust your Photographic Instincts

November 30th, 2018

Trust your Photographic Instincts

Witnessing a sunrise is always very special but becomes magical in Maine Acadia National Park. This time I was destined to capture one of these moments with my camera and made my way out to famous Monument Cove in the early wee hours. I was one with nature and deer were greeting me along the scenic Acadia National Park park loop road. I figured somewhere in the woods a black bear or an owl must watch me pass by. While driving to my location I was thinking of climbing down to Monument Cove to shoot abstracts of Green Pebbles at sunrise. But as often in my photography, after arrival, I changed plans and followed my photographic instincts. Instead of ... Learn More.

Behind The Image of a Newly Discovered Boston Skyline Photography Location

November 30th, 2018

Behind The Image of a Newly Discovered Boston Skyline Photography Location

On the way home from my last photo tour to Rockport, MA I discovered a new location for Boston skyline photography. While driving home I noticed a spot that may have potential and I instantly decided to get off the highway at the next exit and to explore this photo opportunity. Upon arrival at the potential area I got out of the car, walked around and looked for any open views through tree line that would allow to photograph some of Boston�s iconic landmarks. So glad I made that decision and scouted the area as the view was somewhat unique as it shows the Tobin Bridge with the Zakim Bridge, John Hancock Tower and Prudential Center. I have not come across a Boston photo like this and continued and was pumped to make my way back as soon as possible. That evening I went back to explore the twilight angle of the vista. I composed the photo image so that the highway and Tobin Bridge lead into the City of Boston. My 70-200mm zoom lens with a 1.4 telezoom converter allowed to comfortably zooming in for a more >>> LEARN MORE

Good light and happy photo making!

Juergen
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12 Insect Macro Photography Tips

November 29th, 2018

12 Insect Macro Photography Tips

Photo Tip #1: Turn off autofocus when time and photo object permits and get into the habit of using manual focus instead. Use the magnifying camera feature to precisely pin your focus point. Works wonder when the insect remains still but when the bug is on the move consider final sharp focusing through carefully moving camera and lens back and forward.

Photo Tip #2: Get up early and take advantage of insects being often lethargic and moving slowly. This will allow for a calmer photo gear set up without the insect immediately fleeing the scene. A carefully composed image will result in more attractive compositions.

Photo Tip #3: Use a >>> Learn More

Bleeding Heart Photography

November 29th, 2018

Bleeding Heart Photography

Late last spring I made a trip over to the Brookline Minot Rose Garden. I frequently visit this beautiful oasis to capture some of my rose flower images. It was a rainy day and I just needed to get outside taking pictures, getting away from the computer and social networking or marketing my fine art photography online. The rose garden did not turn out a great destination this morning but a garden in the entrance way of a neighboring house was >>> Learn More.

Behind the image talk of an abstract flower photography image

November 29th, 2018

Behind the image talk of an abstract flower photography image

I always love to create Abstract Flower Photography images by using their beautiful forms and vivid colors to my advantage. In this picture I dismissed my usual Approach to Flower Photography as I already had my final image in mind. After setting up tripod and camera equipment I carefully explored the potential of the flower bouquet from all angles in front of me. It did not take long until I finally arrived at a composition that satisfied my original photographic goal. There was only little need to >>> LEARN MORE

Creating Flower Fine Art Photography Through Backlighting

November 28th, 2018

Creating Flower Fine Art Photography Through Backlighting

Backlighting is achieved when the subject is lit from behind. It is the most spectacular light we can aim for. It works magically in macro Photography where the high contrast makes the photographic subject glow from within. It can be beautifully used with translucent ... LEARN MORE.

Good light and happy photo making!

Juergen
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