Rocks At Portland Headlight


The first stop on our way up to Acadia National Park was Portland Headlight. What a gross day, weather wise. It was hard enough to see a few feet in front of you let alone try to get something with your camera. I spent some time doing long exposures as a way to break away Continue reading…

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Cut Rope


One of the stops on the way up to Acadia National Park from Massachusetts was Perkins Cove. The day we were there was very misty and foggy, so I was feeling uninspired. However, I did manage to get a bunch of photographs that I’m happy with. Including this one which is going into my new Continue reading…

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Two Of A Kind


While up in Lawrence, Massachusetts we spent a few hours in the mills. My first subject to photograph at the mills were these two chairs. My friend Bob photographed me photographing the chairs, which of course looks funny since I’m crouching down to photograph chairs. Sometimes we look silly in photographs. But these photographs definitely Continue reading…

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My friend Bob Lussier is a fantastic photographer and super awesome friend in Massachusetts. He recently organized an entire trip for a group of friends. We went up to Acadia National Park for a few days, rented a house, photographed from sunrise to sunset each day and made magic. Lots of magic! This photograph was Continue reading…

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The Grey Man

The Grey Man

My friend Mark Garbowski is an attorney and photographer from New York City.  For years Mark has been making self portraits in a really fun outfit and publishing them on his blog. The series is monochrome, which means it’s all black and white. The Grey Man is this mysterious man who walks through the streets Continue reading…

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Looking Silly in Photographs


Sometimes as photographers we make our subjects look silly, and sometimes we make ourselves look silly. For example, in the first photo you will notice it’s a behind the scenes view (which my wife captured). It looks like I am photographing the couple’s butts.  I’m down on a knee and the couple is standing with their Continue reading…

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Win A 2014 PhotoPlus Expo Full Conference Pass!


My friends at Tether Tools have offered to allow me to giveaway their a full conference pass to PhotoPlus Expo. I’m super excited about this because it’s one of my favorite conferences, it’s in New York City, and it’s from my favorite tethering accessory company. What is PhotoPlus Expo? Basically it’s organized by PDN who Continue reading…

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Help Me Raise Money for Charity – 5 Day Deal Ends October 20, 2014


Help me raise money for charity by purchasing the 5 day deal. This photography event starts on October 15th and ends October 20th. Watch the video listen to what I have to say about it. You can also read the official language below. Then head over to the 5 day deal website and purchase and Continue reading…

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Family Portraits Don’t Have To Be Planned Or Posed

Family Portrait Posing

Family photos are a funny thing. Many families believe that they need to be posed to be good. To be enjoyed. When in reality, if the family acts the way they would on a typical family day then the photos would be so much better. Here is an example. This family had a 2 year Continue reading…

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How To Plan A Photowalk (A Video Conversation)


Want to know how to plan a photowalk? I have planned many photowalks over the years. But recently I was working with two friends to plan a large photowalk to take place after the 2014 Photo Plus Expo in New York City. Before having our final call to finish up the planning I decided to Continue reading…

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