A 20 second exposure records the misty seascape illuminated by the full moon. The constellation Orion is visible above the horizon.
On the day after a surprise nor’easter brought high winds and several inches of snow to central New England in late October, skies were super crisp and clear.
Sunday in Rockport, Massachusetts. Cape Ann is a year-round source of photographic subjects. I’m always on the lookout for interesting patterns and colors in the decaying maritime structures.
Many fall foliage forecasters say the colors are late and muted this year. Maybe so. Is this due to the cool wet spring and summer we had in New England, or a factor of global warming?
Today I’m launching a series of short tips about how to improve your nature photography. Each post will have about 5 pointers and my working list currently runs to fifty points. At some time in the near future all the points will be published as an e-book or perhaps, something more ambitious. Your comments are welcome!
I’m very pleased to announce the publication of “My Corner of Massachusetts,” an 80 page, limited edition, fine art photography book. This 12 x 12 inch coffee table format book, includes images I’ve been making in the open spaces of Middlesex and Essex counties of Massachusetts.
When photography was in its infancy in the early 19th century, the art of landscape painting was approaching a new zenith. In its time, the work of the members of the Hudson River School and later, the White Mountain School, was growing in popularity on both sides of the Atlantic.