5 Tips For Shooting Before or After Peak Color

5 Tips For Shooting Before or After Peak Color
The autumn foliage is just about gone where I’m from here in West Virginia, but there is still plenty of color to shoot . . . especially if you keep the following tips in mind. The autumn foliage doesn’t have to be peak to get awesome pictures. 1. Shoot Reflections for Increased Saturation On the way to church on a... Read More »

The Difference the Sun Can Make

The Difference the Sun Can Make
While I was in Vermont taking pictures for Garland Goat Soap (as I talked about in my last post), I continued to shoot in the area as I had opportunity. Most mornings, it was either cloudy or I was too tired from working late the night before to get out for a sunrise. But one morning, the conditions actually lined up... Read More »

First Shot at Product Photography

First Shot at Product Photography
I spent much of last week photographing products for Garland Goat Soap of Vermont. After a complete redesign of their product labels, they are now making headway on completely revamping their website. And a new website needs new pictures! I’ve dabbled in product photography here and there in the past, but this was my... Read More »

Random Update

Random Update
It’s been a long day and I’m really ready to hit the hay, but I figured I’d at least show a few pictures from my stay here at the Moore’s house in Vermont. I’m working on a big project for their business, Garland Goat Soap of Vermont, shooting product images of each of the products that they sell. Will blog about... Read More »

Where We Went During CAPTURE Vermont

Where We Went During CAPTURE Vermont
During the scouting excursions before CAPTURE Vermont began, I found it difficult to find great spots for a large group of photographers to stop and explore. New England is captured best one pull off at a time. However, I was able to find a few places that still worked well despite very little fall color. Here are a... Read More »

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