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New Winter Artwork
With it being the slow season for weddings I thought I'd share some of the other work I've been doing. Landscape photography is a hobby and something that I love to do. Not only is there the chance to capture that fantastic shot when all the elements come together, but it's also an escape. It's a chance to be outside and focus on what is around and not worry about other things in life that may be stressful and annoying.
The "Art Photography" section of my website gets very little attention and it's an area that I wish people would take a look at more often. I spend a lot of time editing these shots and am very particular about the ones I display. With some of the products I offer they would also make great gifts that are a bit different. Prints are available in a variety of sizes.
With that said I have added these shots to the "Art Photography" page. Please take a look along with some of the other work I have in there.
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Winter's WindowCanon 16-35mm F2.8L@ 22mm, F4, ISO1000, 1/60th
(Above) This is a barn right near a friend's house in Epsom NH. We had planned a Saturday to hang out but the weather didn't want to cooperate. Well... depending on how you look at it! I love driving in snowy weather and had no problem making the trip. I knew it was a great opportunity for pictures and I had been waiting for the right shot of this barn. With the ice in the trees the framing offered itself to me pretty quickly.
Winter's ShimmerCanon 70-200mm F2.8LII @ 110mm, F4.5, ISO320, 1/125
(Above) My wife and I frequent Hampton and Portsmouth NH. In all seasons the New England coast is a fantastic place to be. On this day the sunset really exploded all over the sky! At first I thought about cloning out the people on the beach but after some thought I decided to leave them. It adds some life and perspective to the image. I don't often chase sunsets but when one presents itself I can't just sit and ignore it!
The FreezeCanon 16-35mm F.28L @ 16mm, F5.6, ISO200, 1/80th
(Above) There are a lot of swampy areas in New England and this is one in my town that I have driven by fairly frequently. It's another example of a shot that the weather really makes a dramatic difference with. If there had been no snow I wouldn't have taken the shot. I have been wanting to do night shots at this spot also so look for that down the road.
DuneCanon 70-200mm F2.8LII @ 70mm, F5.0, ISO160, 1/1000
(Above) Hampton Beach? You guessed it. The day was starting to get later and this was a shot I thought I wouldn't spend too much time on. After some editing it really started to pop for me. Then I started to quite like it. There are some great sand dunes in Hampton and then adding snow to them makes an almost unfamiliar sight. Granted you can't see the ocean but it's just o'er yonder.
These are just four new shots as of late. I have more that are in the works and I'll be sure to post them soon. In the mean time I hope you enjoy these pictures and please get in touch with any questions!
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