Posts by Jeff Sinon

Jeff Sinon
Jeff is a nature, landscape and wildlife photographer based in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. He specializes in creating compelling images of the natural world, captured in dramatic weather and light. Whether it's the first kiss of sunlight to hit the rugged granite of the seacoast, or atop a frigid, windswept mountain summit bathed in the pink warmth of alpenglow, through my images he wishes to share these fleeting, often magical moments. Primarily focusing on the "Granite State" of New Hampshire that he calls home, (with occasional forays into the surrounding New England states) if you explore his galleries, you'll find unique and compelling images that artistically showcase the region's scenic beauty.
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Landscape Photography: Using Long Exposure To Create Emotion

Have you ever thought about using longer exposures when making your landscape photos? The use of long exposures can completely change the look and feel, the emotion if you will, of the photograph, giving the same scene two completely different looks and eliciting very different emotions from the viewer. Check out how long exposure can rendered images in totally unexpected ways.

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How to Create Abstract Photography Using Nature

If you're looking for photography techniques that will breath new life into your images, look no further than your own backyard. Today, I'm going to share some of my tips and techniques how to create abstract photography to capture the beauty of nature in a way that will have audiences saying, "I love it!"

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Painted Sky: 6 Tips for Photographing Sunsets

Capturing the dramatic light as the sun prepares to dip below the horizon at the end of the day is a goal of pretty much every landscape photographer I've ever met. Here are six of my top tips, plus a special bonus tip, that should have you well on your way to making beautiful sunset photographs.

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Which Camera Orientation Will Make Your Landscape Photos Best?

Choosing between having your camera mounted in portrait or landscape orientation can make the difference between your photo being just another run-of-the-mill landscape photo, and a photo that stands out from the crowd by offering a unique interpretation of the scene you're photographing. Here are four tips that will set you up for success when photographing a landscape in the portrait camera position!

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How to Use Leading Lines In Landscape Photography

Using leading lines in landscape photography can be a powerful compositional tool that can make the difference between an okay snapshot and a truly engaging photograph. Leading lines help to create a natural flow through the image, help give the illusion of depth and dimension to the two dimensional medium of photography, as well as gently guiding viewers deeper into your photograph. Read more »