Good morning everyone, we have a fresh image here today. You can check the uncropped version and discover the location on my website. Over the summer I’ve shot this location a few times, and finally got some decent conditions a few weeks ago. Unfortunately light doesn’t hit the scene for a couple hours after sunrise, so I opted for colorful sky opposing the sun, super calm conditions, and a touch of mist/dew. This is a small barn with classic farmstead stone wall lead-in. I’ve shot some infrared here, and may revisit in a couple weeks with some autumn color. Hope you have a great day!
Okay here we go with some Echo Lake early twilight action with long exposure from Artists Bluff. This is a never seen before photo from 2016. For this year fall color, google the foliage forecast to plan your trip! Starting to see some color in northern Massachusetts. At this time of year I always wish I lived farther up north. Hope everyone has a great day.
Oh yes good morning everyone, battling some Instagram bugs this morning wow, time for some fall reflections. Working the telephoto with some nice calm water is very relaxing. I’m not a huge fan of jockeying for position at some popular Instagram spot, just the thought gives me anxiety. I took these frames through a two foot gap in some trees on an overlooked pond without a soul in sight. Have a great day everyone!
Good morning everyone, wow yes feeling this fall weather. This is a classic example of 590 nm infrared, which yields a bolder yellow than the 665 nm wavelength. I took this during a morning golden hour at Stevens Pond in Boxford Massachusetts, with a full spectrum camera and 590 nm optical infrared filter both by @kolarivision . Custom white balance was taken in camera by shooting a white card. It’s also important to note that adobe products cannot interpret the custom white balance correctly and native camera software is necessary to save a file off to use with adobe to get correct and repeatable results. I actually have a few different infrared shots on different calm mornings at this pond of which I’ll likely share in the future. Hope everyone has a great weekend!
Good morning everyone, wow Friday here we go. One of my favorite subjects on the north shore are the dory boats at Lowell’s Boat Shop in Amesbury Massachusetts. I had the pleasure of working 5 mins from the shop for many years. This gave me the ability to take advantage of rare conditions that could never be planned for. This is the first image I ever took of the boats almost 6 years ago! Have a great weekend everybody, I’ll catch you on Sunday.
Good morning everyone, wow back to back days posting, it’s been a long time since I’ve done that. For years I use to shoot the Boston skyline down by the river. In fact the last few times I went I didn’t even process the photos, totally lost interest in shooting the skyline. Different strokes for different folks, hope you have a rad day.
The Colby Farm sunflowers turn to face the rising sun. I chose to “get real high” to exaggerate the depth of the field (which is actually relatively shallow). I took this photo 4 years ago! Since then, this location has exploded in popularity. Hope everyone has a great day, make sure to bring your bug spray.
Good morning everyone wow summer is almost over 😮 me personally, I’ve just been hanging out with some babes 😊 I’ve been taking a ton of infrared with my full spectrum camera too. What you are looking at here is the result of a full spectrum camera paired with an optical filter engineered to achieve the look of Kodak Aerochrome IR film, straight out of the camera with no processing required. Because of this, the “IR Chrome” filter by @kolarivision is my favorite, as it allows both visible and IR light to pass through to the sensor. We can call it an instafall filter that’s very fun to shoot with! Have a great day everyone