Nothing makes for a more beautiful sunrise or sunset than vivid colors beaming across the sky. Having a sky with golden yellows and oranges and beautiful reds and purples can give any photographer goosebumps, but there are a few tricks and tips to keep in mind to capture the perfect picture before it fades away. […]
Peak Milky Way season is almost upon us here in the Garden State! Here are the BEST dates and times when the Milky Way and the galactic center will visible for the longest in the sky this year.
Learn more about how your lens selection and perspective can change your photos with this guide.
New Jersey is home to a wide variety of “critters”, some are cute & cuddly while others are quite dangerous.
Here’s why you should begin to master this skill as a photographer.
I decided to give my own definitive answer — gear does and does not matter. Yes, you can have it both ways. Let me explain.
if you want to branch out from your iPhone editor and take your editing skills to the next level, check out these photo editing apps that work best with your iPhone.
Meet Ken, our photographer feature this week on NJspots!
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Whether you’re a full time photographer or have a photography business on the side, keeping track of your workflows can be a full time job.
Meet William Hartz, our photographer feature this week on NJspots!
A few of my friends are pregnant and due with babies soon, and it’s heartbreaking to think that not only might their families not be able to visit, but they probably won’t have a photographer there to capture those first special moments.
Here’s how to add some excitement to photos of your holiday light displays.
When was the last time you got out to shoot a sunrise? Set your alarm and get up early next time — your portfolio will thank you!
Once you get comfortable with this method, you’ll be well on your way to achieving crisp, “tack sharp” photos.