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Winter Hike In Harriman State Park

How to Get a Whole New Perspective on Photography

The ease of using digital cameras and modern travel are allowing more people to go to the great places and create beautiful landscape images. 416 more words


The Joy of Sharing

Teaching iPhoneography 

I recently taught my first workshop on iPhoneography as part of the South Jersey Camera Club’s monthly workshop series. It was a great experience mainly due to the interesting people who participated. 158 more words


The Stuff We Leave Behind

Thoughts on the Old and Abandoned Landscape

Old cars and trucks rusting in fields are common place in the American landscape. Some photographers find an eerie sort of beauty in them, myself included. 171 more words


Photography Sometimes Requires Walking Backwards

If Ansel Adams had an iPhone, would he use the camera?

The Ted Stiles Preserve at Baldpate Mountain in New Jersey is a nice park with a lot of hiking trails. 160 more words


Taking Photography One Photograph At A Time

In my last post, I mentioned how we photographers can learn something from those that went before us who were shooting film. Working with film is a slower and more methodical process. 176 more words


iPhoneography at Fonthill Castle

With iPhoneography, the process helps drives the vision

Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania is much more than just the early 20th century historic home of an eccentric millionaire. 413 more words


Fonthill Castle in Doylestown Pennsylvania

Henry Mercer’s castle is actually a photographic
training ground

I’m not sure why I decided to join photographer John Barclay on a photo tour of Fonthill Castle. 429 more words