Category Archives: Day Shoots


Image Tracker

For many of us (all of us that don’t focus primarily on bird photography), capturing images of birds in motion can be a real challenge. The culmination of lots of standing, waiting, and frustration only […]

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Flat Light… what to do?

We just returned from a photo tour of Cape May, NJ. Cape May is a beautiful town, with historic homes, coastal beauty, and lots of natural habitat to enjoy. For the first time ever though, […]

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Historic Waterford, VA

Settled in 1733 by Amos Janney, a Quaker from Pennsylvania, Historic Waterford is a wonderful opportunity to get out and enjoy the visual beauty of historic architecture. In the late 1930’s decedents of several of the original Waterford families […]

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Another Great Meetup

This past weekend our meetup group visited East Broad Top Railroad in Pennsylvania. The East Broad Top was once a short line railroad that transported coal from the mines to another railroad for transport to […]

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The Old Truck Graveyard

Above is one of the few old cars at a favorite location we call the Old Truck Graveyard. I have shot at this location for the past few years and have shared this awesome location […]

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Golden Hour

Some warm thoughts and images on a cold winter’s night. The golden hour refers to the time just after sunrise and just before sunset when sun light is at it’s warmest and softest. It is […]

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Creating a Sense of Motion with Long Exposures

Long exposure images can create an almost surreal effect, evoking emotional responses, such as calm, peacefulness, and even angst, depending on the image. Creating these images can be a challenge and generally requires certain gear, […]

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Mt. Storm Time Lapse

The other day, I was asked to describe how I created this image: I decided it would be easier to write a blog and create a video demonstrating the techniques, than to layout out an […]

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The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in […]

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Along the Way

Often when heading out on a photo expedition, it is so easy to be only focused on the destination. The desire to get there and get started is so compelling we often forget to enjoy […]

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