Good Photographs Can Be Made Anywhere

Creating high quality images on a consistent basis day after day is one of the most challenging aspects of professional photography. Add to the equation the need to identify good subjects in ideal light in not the best of locations and the challenge the photographer faces may be one of frustration.

 A good photographer can overcome obstacles such as these by being persistent and employing all the technical and artistic talents he or she possesses.  During the course of the past few days, I have been working on a self-assignment to photograph nature subjects in in the back parking lot of Unique Photo. Behind our building, is a small woodlot with a canal running through it. My assignment was to look past the litter and other signs of human activity and concentrate on finding a couple of publishable images.

I believe I have succeeded in meeting my objective. I hope you think so as well. Please keep in mind these photographs were made within 2oo yards of a corporate office complex in New Jersey.


Fall Color and Sky



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