Acadian Rhythm

At the beginning of October I went on a very different workshop called Out of Acadia (organized by the group originating in the Windy City, called Out of Chicago).  This was a huge group of photographers (about 100) and several famous instructors including Thomas Heaton, Nick Page, Bryan Peterson and Erin Babnik to name a … More Acadian Rhythm

Relic

It’s funny to think when you look for an interesting foreground element that there may be more history behind it than you would have imagined. I wanted to photograph the remains of the old pier at West Beach in Massachusetts.  I was hoping to get a misty, long exposure but I hadn’t been to the … More Relic

Beavertail

It was a usual Sunday.  Mostly.  I was awake looking at the sky and the TPE app at 5.00am but it wasn’t looking good either way for a sunrise shot.  It did predict some color along the coast for sunset so my day was set.  The east coast isn’t quite as dramatic for sunset as … More Beavertail

Whaleback Moonshine

Landscape photography sounds so sedate and relaxing but often it requires traveling quite some distances and going out in all types of weather conditions.  Yesterday was one of those days. It was going to be a full moon and I wanted to find a lighthouse where the moon rises behind it.  I used The Photographer’s … More Whaleback Moonshine