From April 14 – June 24, 2017 in Syracuse, NY was the first Chinese Lantern Festival, and I had the opportunity to view the amazing lights and colors of the Chinese lanterns. Below was my favorite, a giant dragon.
Sylvan Beach in Upstate New York is a great place to catch a beautiful sunset, on the enormous Oneida Lake. For this image, I used a long exposure time to give the water a very “smooth” look, because Oneida Lake is not known for being a still lake.
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Sometimes when you are photographing a certain subject matter, it’s best to look at the surroundings. What makes this image work for me is not the lit Christmas tree in Clinton Square itself, but a combination of the tree and it’s reflection in the freshly resurfaced ice.
Swamp Road is a majestic road just Northeast of Phoenix, NY. The long road is bordered by a swamp on each side, and features beautiful trees almost perfectly aligned, hugging the road on each side. During the Blue Hour after Sunset, it can also be a great place to catch the already-set Sun lighting up…
What a nice night for some artificial light photography in the city of Syracuse! Our first stop was the Niagara Mohawk Building, a classic art deco structure constructed in 1932. Only one block away, my wife and I found ourselves at the Clinton Square Ice Rink, which in the late Spring was not so…
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