Photo Tour


Take them no matter what your skill level. When visiting a new location, a local photography guide can get you to the right places and give you tips on how to get good shots. Sure, put your own identity into the work but local knowledge will only help you get the most for your time and efforts. This shot was taken on Cape Cod during a morning photo tour with Betty Wiley. Betty is an accomplished professional photographer who lives on Cape Cod and creates beautiful fine art images. 


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One Subject, Three Compositions

On a morning walk, this cloud caught my attention. I was several blocks from a good location to photograph it. I proceeded to the location, a village green, and found three compositions that I liked. I took these iPhone shots and edited them with Snapseed. Don’t limit yourself to one composition. Keep moving, keep framing, and take several shots.


Take A Friend

Took my sidekick, Mara, along on this shoot. I think having her in this shot really helped add scale and interest to the image. Here, we are about a mile out through the marsh all the way to the river. 


Stay Involved.

It’s nice to share your art with the community. And, it’s fun. I had a great time selecting vertical slices of some images to donate to the local Rolling Art program. The art, 10”x26”, is used by a community children’s hospital for the patient rooms. The art is “rolled” around and the children get to select a piece to be displayed in their room.