I’ve always considered myself somewhat of an eclectic photographer. When it comes to subject matter, I like all sorts. No matter how far my eye wanders however, it always returns to my first love, landscape photography. I’m thankful to have a variety of locations close to home to explore and satisfy my cravings. The Pinelands offers me opportunities that are both challenging and varied. And, while not as commanding as some of the majestic and iconic scenes we are used to seeing, the Pinelands holds a beauty all its own. Atmosphere and time of day play important roles in creating successful images here. Posted below are some images shot in the early morning hours, when the Pinelands are just waking up to reveal the beauty within.
On October 19th & 20th I will be co-presenting a seminar and workshop along with Albert D. Horner called, ‘Creating Exceptional Landscape Photographs’. This is a very comprehensive course for DSLR users of all skill levels. For details and to sign up please go to: www.pinelandsphotographyschool.com
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