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Dramatic Sunset Sky over Cape Cod Bells Neck

March 17th, 2019

Dramatic Sunset Sky over Cape Cod Bells Neck

Last Sunday we made a day trip to Cape Cod. We had a great family time while enjoying swimming at our favorite lake, having lunch at one of the best fish restaurant on Cape Cod, chilling on First Encounter Beach, strolling through Chatham and visiting our most favorite gallery. On our way home we stopped for ice cream at Sundae School Ice Cream in Harwich, MA. The weather turned truly dramatic and provided me with some extraordinary lighting. We checked one of my go to locations between Chatham and Harwich, where I photographed Cape Cod Solitude, as it was less than half a mile down the street. The red dinghy was still present but views of it are somewhat obstructed by a second larger red boat; no more solitude at this location. We quickly moved on and made a right turn towards Bell�s Neck Road. Bell�s Neck is a marsh area that is divided by the Herring River which beautifully winds through the field of marsh grasses. Bell�s Neck has been on my bucket list for quite some time now but I never really >>> LEARN MORE

Flower Photography Tips

March 17th, 2019

Flower Photography Tips

How to create a 3-dimensional feeling and pleasing composition within your >>> Flower Photography

Good light and happy photo making in 2014!

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Behind the Photograph of Tulips Flower Photography

March 10th, 2019

Behind the Photograph of Tulips Flower Photography

I always love when I find a Floral Photography object that I can easily isolate against an attractive background. Some of my last pictures of this kind I found in the beautiful and inspiring Boston Public Garden. I always had this location on my bucket list but never timed it properly. This time I got it right and tulips in all colors were in full bloom. Overnight rain showers drenched the tulips in raindrops and >>> LEARN MORE

Genki Spark and Teary Rose Leaf

March 10th, 2019

Genki Spark and Teary Rose Leaf

Despite rainy and lousy weather I made my way over to the Brookline Minot Rose garden yesterday. The surrounding park was recently renovated and there is a re-opening celebration and rose stroll planned for today. Looking outside my window right now it appears that the celebration will be postponed to the rain date of 26 June 2011. The celebration is organized by the The Friends of the Minot Rose garden who do such fantastic work maintaining the garden; they cannot be thanked enough!

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Intimate New England Landscape Photography

March 6th, 2019

Intimate New England Landscape Photography

In this latest photography blog post I compiled some of my personal favorite New England Photography Artwork from my galleries. The selection of intimate landscape photos varies from Cape Cod to Boston in Massachusetts to the White Mountains in New Hampshire to Acadia National Park in Maine. Hope the pictures bring back good memories and >>> Learn More.

Abstract Flower Fine Art Photography

March 6th, 2019

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.

The Fine Art of Camera Panning

March 6th, 2019

The Fine Art of Camera Panning

I am always interested in capturing the day to day in an unusual different way. One technique that I frequently use is camera panning. Panning is a photographic effect where the camera is rotated or moved in a horizontal direction. The camera can be hand-held or mounted on a tripod when performing the actual panning. I usually prefer using my tripod. The panning technique is achieved by freezing the subject ... Learn More.

Macro Photography Tip - Pick the right aperture setting to achieve sufficient Depth of Field

February 19th, 2019

Macro Photography Tip - Pick the right aperture setting to achieve sufficient Depth of Field

What is the appropriate aperture setting?

Small apertures are set by choosing large f/stop numbers like f/11 and larger. Those camera settings provide maximum depth of field.

Large apertures on the other hand (small f-stop number like f/5.6 and smaller) minimize depth of field.

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