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How to Capture an Actual Lightning Strike

How to Capture an Actual Lightning Strike

It was a hot, summer night last July in New Jersey.  I needed a creative challenge, so I made my own photographic challenge.  I heard the accu-weather forecast which said the weather was supposed to get very stormy in New York with a high chance of lighting and...

New Photography Can Mean New Business

New Photography Can Mean New Business

When you started your company, you commissioned a photographer to shoot custom photos or you chose stock photography for your brochure or website. In the early days, the photography looked very good, but as your business has grown have your photos lost their fresh new...

How to Capture Great Wildlife Photos

How to Capture Great Wildlife Photos

So, what’s the secret to achieving great wildlife photos? Unfortunately, the best answer to that question is to invest in a 300-millimeter zoom lens.  This piece of equipment is one of the best investments in equipment I have ever made.  A recent trip to New York’s...

High Contrast Lighting? HDR Is The Solution

High Contrast Lighting? HDR Is The Solution

Did you ever find your real estate subject is hit with bright sun light on one side and extreme dark shadow on the other side?  This is a common problem when shooting outdoor real estate especially when a 3-quarter view of the building is simply the best angle of the...

Ted DeCagna Moves the Statue of Liberty

Ted DeCagna Moves the Statue of Liberty

June 2021,  Ted was recently commissioned by a large UK tanker company, Suttons International to capture one of their tanker trucks just outside the Bayonne, NJ  container terminal and requested that The New York City skyline and Statue of Liberty to be in the...

Happy Accident Great Photos Happen!

Happy Accident Great Photos Happen!

It doesn’t happen very often but once in a while a happy accident photo opportunity comes along.  Above is a recent construction photo Ted was assigned to take at Newark International Airport. What he captured was four construction workers pouring cement for a new...

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