New Hampshire Vacation Day 1
It has been 2 years since my family has taken a vacation and we decided to go to Lincoln, New Hampshire. Lincoln is a nice little town; home to some of New Hampshire's skiing resorts, since there is no snow we mainly came for the scenery. We are staying at South Mountain Resort which is apart of the Bluegreen Resorts time share that my parents invest in.
I am programmed to wake up at about 7 in the morning, so I took advantage of my misfortune and went out to photograph the town in the morning light. My goal was to take images where I could use the mountains to help improve the image or help my images tell a story. I found a good position for the mountains as my background and I stayed there waiting for some kind of vehicle to pass to help tell a story.
My first image that worked for my purpose was a Jeep that I photographed against the mountains which helps tell the story of the Jeep heading to mountains to go off roading. The top image I took was lucky; I was ready to starting to leave to go back to my hotel when I saw a bicyclist heading my way. I crouched down so that I would be below the biker when shooting. This makes my subject bigger in the frame and helps to tell the story of the biker heading towards the mountains to go mountain biking.
My last image was not really made to tell a story but I liked how it looked against the mountains. This corvette was for sale and sitting in a position so that it could be seen from passersby on the main road. I crouched down to be able to make the car more prominent in the frame and the mountains automatically got bigger because of my vantage point. My sister said that It looks like a advertisement for the car. What do you think?
Keywords: Bluegreen, Bluegreen Resorts, New Hampshire, South Mountain Resort, Travel Photography, bike, car, corvette, jeep, mountain, mountain bike, travel
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I am a family portrait and real estate photographer based out of Akron and Canton Ohio. I love what I do and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences to those who care. Throughout this blog you can read all about my photographic adventures whether its from a current body of work or vacations with my family.
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