Archives for October 2010

DLWS Freeport Maine Day 2 PM

We headed to Ft William Henry Park for our afternoon shoot. There were several subjects to aim our cameras at from the beautiful fall colors across the bay…

There was also an old cemetery that had lots of charachter and the light was gorgeous…

Images created with Nikon D3S, Af-S 28-300mm VR on Lexar Digital Media

DLWS Freeport Maine

This mornings shoot found us at Damariscotta where we found…you’ve got it…more fall color. With the cool nights the color is getting better each day and we certainly found some great color this morning…

I liked the overall scene but, I also had in the back of my mind last week’s Tech Tuesday of finding a picture in a picture and so I looked around and found this image…

After a delicious breakfast, we headed back to the hotel for the high noon sessions of processing our images. We’ll be heading out again soon so, stay tuned.

Images created with Nikon D3S, AF-S 28-300mm VR on Lexar digital Media

Tech Tuesday…Excellent Resources For Learning

Learning is a great thing and I can’t think of a better way to learn than from my two friends Moose Peterson and Joe McNally who both have brand new books that began shipping this week. You owe it to yourself to get these books. I guarantee you will learn something great!

Captured by Moose Peterson


Life Guide to Digital Photography by Joe McNally

DLWS Freeport Maine

I’ve just done my second Portland to Portland (Oregon to Maine) cross country trip in two weeks. I have to say it’s been worth the numerous flight changes, delays and jet lag to be back with the DLWS gang photographing in a gorgeous location with a great group of people. Here are a couple of images from Maine…


Portland Head Light…we’ll be visiting this location later in the week with the group.

We visited a local park this morning for our shake down where we make sure everyone has their camera settings correct and get into the groove of photographing and out of the groove of everyday life…

Images created with Nikon D3X, AF-S 28-300mm, AF 16mm Fisheye on Lexar Digital Media