Posts Tagged ‘night’

Part I – Introduction I’m just back from an awesome photography trip in one of my favorite places, the Adirondacks. I shared the adventure with friends and we were blessed with a good percentage of great weather and brilliant fall color. We had a lot of fun finding landscapes and interesting buildings along our way. […]

This Is It!


When I go on a photography outing I hope for at least one good picture … one that I can look at and really like. On a recent outing to photograph the Philly skyline and Ben Franklin Bridge at night I shot a lot of different compositions from several different vantage points. Technically several of […]

While on a recent, South Jersey Camera Club trip to Chincoteague, Virginia one of the highlights for me was photographing before sunrise. The first image below can really be considered a night shot. We certainly had to wake up in the wee hours in order to get to our first location, which was near this […]

August 1st through the 4th I participated in a workshop titled ‘Photographing the Night Landscape’. Held in Inlet, NY in the Adirondacks, the program was very well-presented by Mark Bowie of the Adirondack Photography Institute. The group stayed at the Woods Inn on Fourth Lake which is part of the Fulton Chain of Lakes. It […]

Big City Scenes


A photo trip into Philadelphia over the weekend yielded the scenes below. An earlier scouting trip helped in getting closer to the results I am after. City traffic was shot with a small aperture for the starburst effect and to ensure sharpness throughout the image. A long exposure of 30 seconds created the blurred tail […]

I was very happy to learn that my photo ‘Jefferson at Dawn’ received a top award medal in the New Jersey Federation of Camera Club’s recent print competition, group A. Entries included members of camera clubs throughout the state. While at a photo workshop last April my friend Wendy and I, along with a couple […]