Join the NJspots community and Brian Youchak (@timelapse_travels) for an exclusive workshop for photographers aspiring to learn more about timelapse captures including video and photo slicing. When: Saturday, June 22nd…
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Whether photography is a passionate hobby or a professional job, when we all start out with our first cameras we are all a bit clueless. Generally, we start in “auto” mode and just start snapping. Eventually, with time and experimentation, we graduate to using manual modes to help capture the scenes as we see them by adjusting settings. (more…)
The Best of 2018 Photo Contest was the first of it’s kind. Normally the NJspots contests are running on Instagram, but we wanted to open up the competition to be bigger than just Instagram users. With 126 photo entries, 3539 votes, and over 36,250 views this was one of the greatest contests we have hosted. The NJspots Team wants to take a moment and THANK YOU for all your support and great participation during the contest! Now onto our winners! (more…)
We had a chance to head down to Cape May for a wine tasting at Willow Creek Winery, and it did not disappoint! If you’re looking for a fun afternoon at a South Jersey winery, open year-round, start with the tasting menu (our writer Nichole highly recommends the Wilde Cock Apple Wine!).
The days are getting longer and the sun is showing off a multitude of colors streaming across the sky. When you see the clouds moving and the colors flashing across the sky, it’s an amazing feeling to be able to capture it on camera and share your view with the world. The hardest part is… (more…)
“It’s about time!” – NJspots (and what everyone else is thinking!)
We have been a bit MIA the last few months working on some other projects and when we checked the calendar we noticed it was over 5 months since our last meetup! We decided to put a stop to this craziness and partnered with our friends at Duke Farms to host a meetup with us on Sunday, July 15th. (more…)
When I first got my drone, all I wanted to do was fly. It felt like I had complete freedom to shoot whatever I wanted. I could fly it thousands of feet away and take photos from a perspective I never could before. When I first started flying, I really had no idea what I was doing let alone getting myself into. (more…)