Last weekend I hosted my first timelapse workshop for NJSpots. The workshop was hosted at Liberty State Park in New Jersey overlooking the Manhattan skyline. https://www.instagram.com/p/BzREfpvnSHR/ The weather was absolutely…
Let me be the first to tell you, I have GAS. I got it bad. No, not the gas you may be thinking of, but one more associated with photography…
Corrupt memory card during a photo shoot? Running out of space on your memory card? Lugging around your laptop, charger, and hard drives in order to edit and backup your content? If you’re a professional photographer or videographer, chances are you’ve encountered some of these sticky situations.
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…)
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…)
Tips on Finding Places to Fly in NJ (& Any Other Place You Travel To)
Living in NJ for a majority of my life and growing up doing photography here, you’d think I would run out of places to shoot. I have to be honest, I feel like I have but at the same time I continue to look for more and more places every day. I’ve heard from a lot of people say that NJ is boring and that there’s nowhere to really shoot. I’ve heard that you have to travel to take good pictures and all these other wild things that aren’t true at all. My theory is that if you look hard enough, you can find a lot of very interesting things to shoot. (more…)
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A while back, we created a post describing where to get SWEET Milky Way shots in New Jersey. (Check it out here!) This part 2 of the guide will teach you exactly what settings and gear you may want to try when it comes to shooting The Galaxy.
What you should be looking for before starting to tackle the night sky.
Areas with low light pollution.