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Create a Professional Photography Portfolio

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  You have some great work. How do you show it to people and how do you get... Read More »

Finding Spring

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The varieties of flowering trees and bushes found in cities, public gardens, and cemeteries are chosen to provide... Read More »

Get Down

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I see so many people taking pictures in same position – standing, with the camera at shoulder level,... Read More »

How to enter (and hopefully WIN) a Photo Contest

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The folks at Yankee have asked me to blog about photo contests. They asked me to do this... Read More »

How to Photograph Architecture | Steeples, Sugar Shacks, and Skyscrapers

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I love winter. I follow the storms, arriving in recently-snowed-upon towns before they’re properly plowed, shooting winter villages... Read More »

How to Resize Digital Photos

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You took that shiny new camera out of the box and started using it. Maybe you went through... Read More »

How to Use a Digital Camera

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Our friends at Yankee have asked me to write a blog entry about how to use a digital... Read More »

Outfitting (Light) for Winter Photography

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I just finished reading an article about outfitting for a winter expedition in my favorite photography magazine, and... Read More »

The Many Types of Light in Winter

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On last week’s trip to Maine I experienced the full range of challenging winter photo situations. With that... Read More »

Top Five Favorite Places to Photograph in New England

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New England is a beautiful and interesting region for photographers. The six states provide cultural and scenic variety... Read More »

Winter Photography Tips

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My most common photographic problem is poor exposure caused by a white sky. Digital cameras often determine exposure... Read More »

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