Mar 20, 2019

Sunrise Photography at Boston Charlestown Monument Avenue

Monument Avenue Charlestown Massachusetts Boston

Monument Avenue is a beautiful street lined with antique lanterns and 19 century brickwork houses located in Charlestown, Massachusetts. This Boston neighborhood gem is hip, charming and has one of my favorite View of Boston Massachusetts. At night the lanterns exhibit a beautiful glow in warm hues, providing guiding lights and leading lines up Breed's Hill to the end of the Freedom Trail, the historic Bunker Hill Monument.

For this particular images I arrived well before sunrise. After several attempts at the bottom of Breed's Hill I worked my way up towards the iconic Boston obelisk. Almost half way up, I found my composition for this landmark photograph. I liked the more intimate view of the monument that allowed to include the stunning 19 century brickwork architecture lining Monument Avenue.

A Canon Mark IV camera with a 24-70mm wide-angle zoom lens was set at 46mm with an aperture of f/11 allowing for an exposure time of 3.2 second at ISO200. During routine post processing I combined three exposure to capture the entire light spectrum, adjusted noise levels, contrast, brightness, saturation before removing image imperfections and sharpening the final photograph of Monument Avenue in Boston Charlestown, MA.

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Mar 13, 2019

Florida Bird and Sunrise Photography at Wakodahatchee Wetlands

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Wakodahatchee Wetlands is of the best birding locations in Florida. The abundance of birds amazes me every time I visit this nature photography paradise. At one of my latest travels to this birding hotspot I decided to capture a sunrise here. I picked a spot not far from the entrance along the wooden boardwalk. Upon arrival I was the only bird photographer on location although as closer sunrise approached, as more birding enthusiasts and nature photographers showed up. Tripod, camera and wide angle lens in place I patiently waited for the sunrise magic to unfold. The island and trees in front of me were filled with birds and made for a great foreground element. Clouds and sky burne up beautifully in the wee hours. I decided to incorporate the pavilion to show more of the birds environment and what a great spot Wakodahatchee is for birding and bird photography. The Great Blue Heron played along and struck an iconic and  recognizable pose. The other birds kept relatively quiet allowing for a decent exposure in low light.

Using a Canon Mark IV camera with a 16-35mm wide-angle lens set at 16mm, an aperture of f/11 allowed for an exposure time of 1/50 second at ISO100. During routine post processing I combined three exposure to capture the entire light, adjusted noise levels, contrast, brightness, saturation before removing image imperfections and sharpening the final photograph of Sunrise at Wakodahatchee Wetlands.

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Mar 4, 2019

Beautiful Florida Sunrise Photography at Delray Beach



Delray Beach is famous for its nice beach and equally for its hopping restaurant scene along Atlantic Avenue. I love visiting for a beautiful sunrise and to enjoy tranquility at dawn. Usually I share the beach with a few like-minded people whom mostly watch the sun cross the horizon. I do the same while looking for compositions and snapping a photo here and there.

This morning, partly cloudy skies were in the weather forecast for South Florida.  The beach grass made for a great foreground element while the rising sun beautifully painted the scenery in warm golden hues. The sun burst was created by selecting a small aperture such as f/22 (large f-stop number).

Using a Canon Mark IV camera with a 16-35mm wide-angle lens set at 16mm, an aperture of f/22 allowed for an exposure time of 1/4 second at ISO100. During routine post processing I combined three exposure to capture the entire light spectrum, adjusted noise levels, contrast, brightness, saturation before removing image imperfections and sharpening the final photograph of Delray Beach Sunrise Bliss.

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Jan 1, 2019

2018 Best of Palm Beach County Photography

Florida is a paradise for seascape and wildlife photographers; there so many beautiful locations to visit and photograph. This blog post compiles my personal favorite Florida photography images from 2018 - hope you enjoy.

Wishing you and yours a HAPPY NEW YEAR! 

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Dec 10, 2018

New England Waterfall Photography of Garwin Falls


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New England fall foliage is famous throughout the world and visitors flock to Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island or Connecticut to experience it first hand. Waterfalls make for beautiful photography subjects year-round but particular in the popular fall season. That's the time of year when you find me visiting many of the Most Beautiful Waterfalls of New England. Garwin Falls is one of these New Hampshire waterfall gems. The falls are located in Wilton, NH. On my last visit I was blessed with beautiful light that lit the main waterfall in wonderful tones and hues. As so often in photography, the magic did not last long and I was lucky to have made my way to the spot I had in mind. I was pursuing long exposure photography images with a 6 stop ND filter from Lee Filters when the sun all of a sudden broke through and provided pristine light on the waterfall. I quickly removed the ND filter while praying that the light please last a bit longer. I then installed a B+W polarizing filter, positioned the filter to eliminate unwanted glare and boosting colors and started capturing this magical moment with my camera.

A small aperture at f/22 provided Depth of Field and a 1/5 of a a second shutter speed at ISO100. During post processing I adjusted lighting, contrast, color saturation before sharpening the final New England waterfall photo of Garwin Falls.

This second shot was taking on my way back from above location and shows the waterfall from a different angle with its surrounding environment.

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Dec 6, 2018

Newest Juergen Roth Galleries Photography Wall Art Mural Installation



This image shows my latest photography wall art mural installation featuring the Burns Bridge in Worcester, Massachusetts at twilight. This bridge with its unique architecture is beautiful illuminated by lights at night. I took 50 individual photos that were stitched in post processing to a single gigantic gigapixel file. The final large photo print was 10 by 14 feet.

Photo Wall Art Murals are digital photo images created from tens or hundreds of photos that are stitched in post processing resulting into a single high-resolution photo image that contains fascinating detail within one brilliant photography wall mural. The final interior design wall art decoration product is comprised of millions of pixels resulting in a high-resolution image file that can be printed super large with amazing image quality. The final high-resolution file ensures that the large wall art prints are crisp and vivid.

Gigapixel Photography images are good for large crowd events and ideal for large and very detailed and landscape, seascape, architecture, and skyline photography wall art prints and interior design projects at airports, hotels, hospitals, healthcare centers lobbies or any other large wall space that requires a unique transformation into art.

Learn more about photo Interior Design Wall Art Murals in high-resolution from Juergen Roth Galleries or Inquire Here with your individual interior design project needs.


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Dec 3, 2018

Massachusetts Sunrise Photography at Scituate Lighthouse

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Late last month I visited Scituate Light on Cedar Point in Scituate, Massachusetts. The New England  travels awarded beautiful sunrise light and cloud cover. I approximately arrived 30 minutes before sunrise and immediately made my way up onto the seawall. The first thing that caught my eye as another photographer. After a brief hello I noticed a few lobster cage washed upon the seawall and pebble beach below the lighthouse. I knew that some of those traps would find their way into my photography for a more pleasing composition and as an effective foreground element. It was very exciting that the light of the lighthouse was still shining strong after I set up and started photographing. Unfortunately it didn’t last too long and after two frames the magic of a New England lighthouse beam was over. Nonetheless, two frames were enough to capture this lighthouse image of Old Scituate Light with the seawall and lobster cage in the foreground and a beautiful wee hour sky that provided a dramatic backdrop.

Aperture for this image was f/11 resulting in a 15 seconds exposure time at ISO100. During post processing I adjusted brightness, lighting, saturation and contrast before removing dust spots and sharpening the final image of Scituate Lighthouse.

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Nov 12, 2018

New England Landmark Photography of Motif Number 1

Cape Ann is one of my many favorites New England locations to photograph. I love the picturesque setting of Rockport Harbor and its iconic New England landmark Motif #1. 

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This famous red fishing shack is beautifully situated in the harbor at the end of Bradley Wharf. Motif Number 1 or Motif Number One is a symbol of New England maritime life and a beloved inspiration to many painters. Its been featured in many paintings making it one of the most painted buildings in America.

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It must also be up there as one of the most photographed buildings in the United States of America. Usually when I stop by there are many photographers around but this morning I think I shared the location only with local Rockporters and fishermen.  

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The shots featured here were taking with a Canon 16-35mm lens or Canon 24-70mm lens on my Mark IV. A Gitzo tripod provided stability for the long exposure images. 

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In post processing I adjusted lighting, contrast, color saturation and removed unwanted image imperfections before sharpening the final photography images of Rockport Harbor

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