When you are a photographer in New Jersey there are an abundance of places you can travel to to set up your camera for great sunrise and sunset shots. Recently the #NJspots Community was asked some of their favorite and best places to take sunrise and sunset photos in New Jersey. Here is what they had to say.
On Saturday, January 20th around 6am around 30 passionate and determined photographers huddle together on a sidewalk overlooking the New York City skyline from the heights of Weehawken, New Jersey.…
Looking to escape the concrete jungle of New Jersey and enter a forest of bamboo or pine trees in your back yard? Join the #NJspots Team on June 3rd for our Instameet at Rutgers Garden in New Brunswick. See details below and RSVP on Facebook.
These places are some of our favorites that we love in New Jersey. These must-visit spots in New Jersey can be found all over the state and have something to offer for everyone. Bring your kids, friends, dogs, and certainly your camera to capture these amazing places to visit throughout New Jersey. These places we love in New Jersey are in not particular order. (more…)
New Jersey has some of the top places to watch the sunrise and sunset. So sit back, relax, and watch the show at these amazing spots in North Jersey. 1.…
The highlight of Rutgers Gardens is the Bamboo Forest (yes, they have a bamboo forest). We were immersed by giant sticks of bamboo coming from all directions. It's pretty easy to get lost and forget that you’re in New Jersey and not the Himalayas.
We have our #NJspotsYou Winners!
Congrats to our Grand Prize Winner @marisanikole! Her photo of her daughter and her reflection is a great capture. Congrats!
Thursday, April 25th, the NJspots Team was excited to host our Exclusive Inner-Circle Meetup for our Patrons. Visiting our friends at Stumpy’s Hatchet House in Eatontown, we were joined by Patrons Bob, Jimmy, and team member Sean for a night of axe-throwing. (more…)
Nestled deep in the Pine Barrens, lay the small town of Pasadena, New Jersey. To the naked eye of a weary traveler, the town seems almost vacant, but surprisingly, there is history all around you.