I am a conservation photographer, filmmaker, and writer, and while I have written ten books and directed a feature-length documentary film, you will usually find me shooting nature and outdoor lifestyle photography and video for non-profit, editorial, and commercial clients. I’ll shoot anywhere, though I most often shoot in New England, especially in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. My images, books, and films have told adventure- and conservation-themed stories for more than 20 years for clients such as The Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, National Geographic Adventure, L.L. Bean, and Timberland. With my wife Marcy I run EcoPhotography, our Portsmouth, New Hampshire based stock and assignment photo business and video production company.
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The summit of Acadia National Park's Cadillac Mountain in Maine is one of the most popular photo spots in New…
Photo processing software and image styles change over time and I recently realized some of my older digital images could use a refresh. I switched from shooting slide film to shooting almost exclusively with digital cameras back in late 2004. I remember it taking me about 2 years to get up to speed with taking a RAW file from my Canon cameras and processing it in a way that felt similar to what I was used to getting from film. Judging by some of these shots from 2007 and 2008, maybe it took a little longer than I remember.
In late September I spent a day on a tourism photography shoot for the good folks at Thalo Blue Destination Marketing making some images to be used in the Maine Beaches Association 2021 marketing materials.