Juergen Roth - Fine Artist

Juergen Roth

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Juergen Roth

Brookline, MA - United States

Juergen Roth - Fine Artist

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Welcome to Juergen Roth Galleries, a collection of award winning fine art photography of New England flower photographs, seascape pictures, landscape images, cityscape photos of New York City, Quebec City and especially Boston skyline photography images.

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Worcester, MA is only a short 45 minute drive west along the Massachusetts turnpike and I frequently visit the Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary to pursue macro photography. Worcester is a great town and has many interesting areas to... 

Last weekend we spent in Maine with family. Sunday morning I had a chance to explore the family garden which was packed with little critters. While photographing insects a Slender Spreadwing damselfly landed on a nearby flower. It is quite amazing ho... 

This weeks topic is taking care of your canvas Photography Art Investments. Taking properly care of your treasured canvas art print is easy! Below are a few tips that will help you to appropriately maintain your fine art investment so you can fully e... 

I am honored to announce that my New England photography achieved Highly Commended honors during the final round of judging by a Panel of World Famous Photographers at the 2013 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year photo contest. 7 photo images made... 

I am starting a new photo blog series where I provide some guidance on taking care of your Photography Art Investments. In this first installment I will be talking about the do's and don't's of taking care of your photography aluminum metal prints ... 

Monday morning I stepped out of bed in the wee hours and made my way over to one of my favorite Boston Skyline Photography locations; the Boston University bridge which spans over the Mass Pike, a railroad track and the Charles River. I like this loc... 

I always love to create Abstract Flower Photography images by using their beautiful forms and vivid colors to my advantage. In this picture I dismissed my usual Approach to Flower Photography as I already had my final image in mind. After setting up ... 

A technique to photograph the day to day in an unusual different way is called intentional camera movement. Intentional camera movement or ICM is a photographic effect where the camera is rotated or moved in a horizontal, diagonal or vertical directi... 

How do I get this done? 1. Get in closer 2. Use selective focus 3. Take advantage of bright color or light on the main subject Good light and happy photo making! Juergen  

What is the appropriate aperture setting? Small apertures are set by choosing large f/stop numbers like f/11 and larger. Those camera settings provide maximum depth of field. Large apertures on the other hand (small f-stop number like f/5.6 ... 

Building an online social network is therefore a crucial aspect for your photography business endeavor. Create accounts with the major players like Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn or StumbleUpon. Social networking tools are considered... 

On our last trip to Europe we mastered a long journey from Linz, Austria to Amsterdam, Netherlands. It turned out to be a grueling long drive but came with one of the greatest and most memorable adventures on our entire 3 country Europe tour. The... 

Start writing a regular photo blog as telling stories helps selling photography art. A photography blog is a wonderful tool where one can talk about what motivates and drives us, what inspires us, tell the story behind an image. A Photography Blog is... 

Get an affordable and the best Print on Demand web presence to showcase your photography art! There are many websites that provide a platform to the photo artist but the best is Fine Art America. I consider it the best POD site on the web because ... 

Last winter there was an unusual population of Snowy Owls across New England. While talking to other birders I learned that there was an interruption of food supply further north which drove the birds further south. Some didn't make the journey and d... 

Bird Photography Tip

April 8th, 2014

Position camera at or below eye level and focus on the eye to ensure >>> Learn More.  

Lead viewers to the main subject by using leading lines guiding them into and through your landscape photography picture - a path or >>> Learn More.  

First and foremost do not depend so much on others. Be in control of your own destiny and do not look for others to make things >>> Learn More.  

Don't expect Selling Photographs without doing marketing and hard work >>> Learn More.  

Fog Photography Image Tips

March 29th, 2014

Photo Tips for better photography picture in foggy and misty conditions: Photo Tip #1: The camera meter is easily tricked by fog. Metering without compensation will underexpose the fog photography picture. Therefore we have to adjust the exposure.... 

Depth of field or DoF relates to the parts of a photograph that are in full focus and show acceptable details. We, as photographers, have control over the amount of depth of field in a photograph and depending on our photographic or artistic goals we... 

One of the first decisions we make as photographers when taking a picture is to shot in portrait or landscape format. Portrait versus landscape depends much on the scene and photographic motif. The right choice of format should add to an image, rathe... 

Earlier this week I made my way out to one of the most popular Boston Skyline Photography locations. I regularly visit this site to shoot the beautiful architecture of Boston as it rises along the harbor. I love being here when the City Night Lights ... 

When I am not out and about exploring the beautiful state and national parks/sites of the Northeast I often keep myself busy with local macro photography in and around Boston. The Mass Audubon Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Worcester, MA pr... 

I always love to isolate flowers against a dark backgrounds as they really make the floral colors pop and give the image a touch of elegance. Usually I choose a large enough black cardboard that I place behind the >>> LEARN MORE 

The Old State House in Boston is a historic building that many local and traveling photographers visit to capture in a beautiful picture that lasts a lifetime. It is a challenging undertaking as it is buried in modern and old architecture. The Custom... 

Iris flowers present the photographer with a beautiful floral subject. Forms are very unique and the flower comes in beautiful hues of white, purple or yellow. Usually I stumble upon them along the banks of Hall’s Pond or at its formal garden when I ... 

The unique forms and shapes of an orchid floral make them prime subjects for any flower photography endeavor. Orchids come in many colors: pink, yellow, white, purple and others that also add to their appeal. One can photograph flowers in the wild, g... 

Last Sunday we made a day trip to Cape Cod. We had a great family time while enjoying swimming at our favorite lake, having lunch at one of the best fish restaurant on Cape Cod, chilling on First Encounter Beach, strolling through Chatham and visitin... 

The contrasting color of this summer flower blossom in front of the yellow dominated background immediately drew me in. The morning light sun kissed the flower while the background was made out of Black-Eyed Susan flowers. The wind made the experienc... 

Bridge Photography is a popular subject for travel photographers and local photo artists alike. Bridges are relatively easy to photograph as they are a still motif; however attention should be brought to lighting, composition and exposure times. Thi... 

When I am not hiking or wandering the beautiful state and national parks/sites of the Northeast I keep myself occupied with local cityscape photography in and around Boston. The Boston cityscape provides plenty of photo opportunities for the local or... 

Best 2013 Photography

February 3rd, 2014

2013 was a fantastic and creative year for me and my photography art. In this post I compiled a few of my personal favorites from 2013, reflecting and showcasing the creme de la creme of my most memorable moments >>> Read More, View More Pictures ... 

41 Photography Quotes

January 27th, 2014

“Photography is simply a function of noticing things.” ~ Elliott Erwitt ”Taking pictures is like tiptoeing into the kitchen late at night and stealing Oreo cookies.” ~ Diane Arbus “Pictures you have taken have an influence on those that you ... 

This week spring will be in full swing here in Boston. Temperatures will be soaring and it is that time of the year that I look so much forward to during the cold long New England winters. It is exciting and inspiring to come across the first snowdro... 

"One of the most attractive things about flowers is their beautiful reserve." ~ Henry David Thoreau "Earth laughs in flowers." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson "Flowers are our greatest silent friends." ~ Jim Brown "It is at the edge of a petal that ..... 

Originally I was shooting for raindrops on leaves in the Boston Arnold Arboretum but the wind made it impossible to capture a sharp image that day. I then started focusing on the ground where I was looking for a raindrop on a blade of grass with a de... 

Photo Tip #1: Turn off autofocus when time and photo object permits and get into the habit of using manual focus instead. Use the magnifying camera feature to precisely pin your focus point. Works wonder when the insect remains still but when the bug... 

Leaf Macro Photography Tip

January 12th, 2014

How to maximize sharpness and >>> Photography Image Quality Good light and happy photo making! Juergen Roth Like Me Follow Me Pin Me Buy Art Prints Rights Managed Photo Images 

Flower Photography Tips

January 12th, 2014

How to create a 3-dimensional feeling and pleasing composition within your >>> Flower Photography Good light and happy photo making in 2014! Juergen Roth Like Me Follow Me Pin Me Buy Art Prints Rights Managed Photo Images 

Landscape Photography Tip

December 15th, 2013

Photo Tip: Include interesting foreground subjects that lead the viewer in the picture, i.e. rocks, foliage, grass, reflections. Good light and happy photo making! Juergen Roth Like Me Follow Me Pin Me Buy Art Prints Rights Managed Pho... 

Skyline Photography Tips

November 29th, 2013

Incorporate beautiful skyline reflections in calm rivers, ponds, lakes or other available wet surfaces. In this Boston skyline photography picture I utilized the fountain and pool of the Christian Science Plaza next to the Prudential Center in the Ba... 

Photo Tip: Draw attention to your main subject by getting in closer, using selective focus and taking advantage of bright color or light on the main subject. Good light and happy photo making! Juergen Roth Like Me Follow Me Pin Me Buy P... 

Every week I choose one of my favorite photographs from my Fine Art landscape, seascape, cityscape, flower, abstract and macro photography collection and offer it throughout that week at a discounted rate. This week's photo artwork of the week on sal... 

The week before Memorial Day we went to visit Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park in Maine. It is a good 5 hour drive north from Boston but no doubt worth the trip any time we make it. Mount Desert Island and the park always stand for good times, bea... 

When I am not hiking or wandering the beautiful state and national parks/sites of the Northeast I keep myself occupied with local macro or butterfly photography in and around Boston. A prime destination during the summer for photographing macro image... 

I always love when I find a Floral Photography object that I can easily isolate against an attractive background. Some of my last pictures of this kind I found in the beautiful and inspiring Boston Public Garden. I always had this location on my buck... 

Twilight Poetry

May 19th, 2013

What an incredible treasure of poetry by Irish and Dublin born novelist and poet James Joyce ~ hope you like it too! The Twilight Turns "The twilight turns from amethyst To deep and deeper blue, The lamp fills with a pale green glow The tre... 

Photo Tip #14 of 20: Don't let the horizon fall dead center in the picture. It most likely always creates a boring image (exceptions are beautiful landscape reflections) Instead place the horizon low to enhance the feel of spatial depth of the open l... 

Photo Tip #13 of 20: Use negative space wisely by making sure your photography subject is the primary visual element unless there is a specific reason you want to minimize it. The absence of picture content does not automatically mean the absence of ... 

Photo Tip #12 of 20: Take a moment right before releasing the shutter and snapping a photo. Look up, look down, look all around to make sure there is nothing distracting in the composition >>> Much More Photography Tips 

Photo Tip #11 of 20: Use patterns, particular repeating patterns to make pictures more interesting and pleasing. Patterns are repeating shapes, objects or colors either ordered in precise formations or just random designs scattered across a scene. Pa... 

Photo Tip #10 of 20: Add more spatial depth by including strong foreground objects in shots where the background is also important. In this photograph of the Maine seacoast the tree made for a perfect foreground subject that conveys depth and perspec... 

Better Photo Tip 9 of 20

March 12th, 2013

Photo Tip #9 of 20: Use the Rule of Thirds as a guideline or starting point for your composition. Draw a raster board over the picture in your mind or check your camera manual to see if it is available as a feature on your digital camera. In this lan... 

Better Photo Tips

March 12th, 2013

Photo Tip #8 of 20: When in doubt, leave things out and remove them from your composition. If there is something in the picture that is irrelevant to the photography subject or that somehow does not support the cause, try eliminating it. In this tree... 

Great Photo Tips

March 11th, 2013

Photo Tip #7 of 20: Check for intruders in your composition. Is there something popping into the picture from the edge or side of the picture? Is there a tree branch, power line, or telephone poll that creeps into the shot stealing attention from the... 

Photography 101 Tips

March 10th, 2013

Photo Tip #6 of 20: Fill the frame with a main subject and you can’t go wrong. Many of the best photography pictures are the simplest ones where the main subject dominates >>> Find More Photo Tips 

Photo Tip #5 of 20: Leave distractions out of your compositions. If there is something in the view or background that are irrelevant to the main subject or that somehow do not support the subject, try to get rid of it by using a different perspective... 

Nature Artists and Art Quotes

February 24th, 2013

In this latest nature photography blog post I compiled some of my favorite artists and art quotes. The photo artwork stands for a daily quest for beautiful photography ... hope you enjoy the pictures and sayings as much as I do! “Landscape photogr... 

Digital Photography Tips

February 24th, 2013

Photo Tip #4 of 20: Be clear on your photographic subject and try to tell a story with a single or multiple photography images. A photograph has the ability to evoke emotion, mood, ideas and messages. Those are all important elements of telling a sto... 

Beginner Photography Tips

February 24th, 2013

Photo Tip #3 of 20: Capture photographs at the photo subject’s eye level. To do so, get down low when making a wildlife portrait, rather than standing over the animal and shooting down on it. This way we achieve a more interesting and pleasing perspe... 

Basic Photo Tips

February 24th, 2013

Photo Tip #2 of 20: The human eye is almost always attracted to the brightest part of a scenery first. Do not let anything in a photograph be brighter than the main subject. >>> Dig More Photo Tips 

Photo Tip #1 of 20: Draw attention to your main subject. Simply get in closer, use selective focus, use the advantage of bright color or light on the main subject >>> Dig More Photo Tips 

Play with the Shutter Speed

January 30th, 2013

Last four photo tips to be released. Blogging Photography 101 tips for enthusiasts and more advanced photographers is quite something. It took more than I thought but hopefully I compiled a series of useful tips that are worth while sharing, inspirat... 

2012 was a fabulous and creative year for me and my photography art. Compiled some of my best photo blog posts of 2012 that are loaded with photo tips, inspiration, and stories behind the scenes. Hope you enjoy and share >>> Read Best Photo Blogs of ... 

2012 was a fabulous and creative year for me and my photography. This post reflects and showcase the creme de la creme of my most memorable and exceptional photos of the year 2012. Equipped with new photo gear in hand, I was able to get into closer r... 

Creating and Selling Art is a tough business and as in any other business (sports, modeling, fashion) with lots of people following their dream they become easy targets for shady predators. Keep in mind that nobody really will do the job for you and... 

Acadia National Park is located in the U.S. state of Maine. It is a 5 hour drive from Boston or 3 hours from Portland, Maine. It was one of the first National Parks created in the USA and remains the only one to day in New England Northeast. It’s the... 

Who inspired Ansel Adams?

November 4th, 2012

Ever wondered who might have inspired Ansel Adams, the dean of landscape photography ... Read More 

Discovering Form in Photography

October 21st, 2012

There are many elements of design, which include shape, line, pattern and texture. When combined, we experience form within a two-dimensional media. Each of these can make or break a photograph. I consider them equally important, but I look at the el... 

Compiled 20 something most favorite flower and gardening quotes on my Photography Blog: >>> Read them All "A morning glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books." ~ Walt Whitman "Perfumes are the feelings of flowers, and ... 

Bleeding Heart Photography

September 29th, 2012

Late last spring I made a trip over to the Brookline Minot Rose Garden. I frequently visit this beautiful oasis to capture some of my rose flower images. It was a rainy day and I just needed to get outside taking pictures, getting away from the compu... 

This blog features a compilation of 13 of my personal favorite Abstract Flower Photo Art in a picture photography collage. The inspiring selection is showing abstract forms and flowers that make for beautiful home, restaurant, house, hotel, health ca... 

Orchid Flower Fine Art Photography

September 25th, 2012

In this photo blog post I compiled 14 of my personal favorite Orchid Photography Artwork in a picture collage. The selection varies from abstract and macro photography to full bloom orchid portrait pictures that make for beautiful home, restaurant, h... 

Use the following simple 6 basic photo tips to catapult your photography to the next level and build your confidence. These 6 easy to apply points will provide you the biggest bang for the buck … love to hear your feedback! Photo Tip #1: Utilize ... 

New England autumn colors are famous throughout the world. Visitors flog to the Northeast from all over the world to experience the marvelous autumn glory in the Acadia National and State Parks of Maine, Rode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Ve... 

Exploring a local wildlife sanctuary can be very rewarding and beneficial for our photography. Usually one can find birds and other wildlife that are willing photographic objects, beautiful flowers, or insects of all sorts. My last local photo tour b... 

The other week I went out to photograph the Boston Skyline from Memorial Drive in Cambridge. I had a view in mind that was straight on and landmarks such as the John Hancock building and Prudential building are rather isolated from the rest of the sk... 

Learn from my photo magazine article "Photographing Light" how to create beautiful landscape, seascape, skyline, flower, and macro photography images with your camera as I guide you through my photography work process ~ published by Apogee Photo Mag... 

In this nature macro photography blog post I compiled some of my personal favorite Raindrop Photography Artwork in a collage. The selection varies from flowers drenched in raindrops to photos of a single raindrop on a blade of grass. All pictures wer... 

When composing an image I often start out applying the "Rule of Thirds". I don't use it as a set rule; more as a guideline or starting point for a more interesting and pleasing photographic composition. In Landscape Photography I like to ...Learn Mor... 

Yesterday it was raining on and off in Boston but nevertheless I made my way over to the beautiful Hall's Pond sanctuary for some rainy day photography. I envisioned that if I am lucky I may find the occasional heron stalking in the rain for its dinn... 

In Morning Bliss I used twilight before the sunrise to my advantage in Maine Acadia National Park. Arriving early enough to set up and find a suitable location was crucial. I then followed the aforementioned approach to close in on the optimal light ... 

The James P. Kelleher Rose Garden, near Fenway Park in Boston is only a short drive from my home. It's another rose garden only 15 minutes away from my house that provides me with lots of photographic objects in the early summer. I also like that the... 

In this latest photography blog post I compiled some of my personal favorite New England Photography Artwork from my galleries. The selection of intimate landscape photos varies from Cape Cod to Boston in Massachusetts to the White Mountains in New H... 

I always love when I find a Floral Photography object that I can beautifully isolate against an attractive background. My last picture of this kind I found in my Brookline neighborhood while driving home from grocery shopping. It not like the tulip f... 

I compiled some of my favorite artists and art quotes. The photo artwork and poems have been inspiring to me and my daily quest for beautiful photography ... hope you enjoy them as much as I do >>> Learn More. 

Most photographers quest for pin sharp and high quality images. In this latest photography blog post I compiled 15 photo tips on how to achieve sharper photos with our photography gear. This blog post links to other related topics that deepen the und... 

In recent months I explored black cardboard as the backdrop for my flower photography. Dark backgrounds really make the colors of a flower pop and give the image a touch of elegance. Usually I choose a large >>> Learn More. 

We spent a couple of nights in New York City the other weekend where I got a chance to photograph a classic view of the lower Manhattan New York City skyline at twilight. The panoramic pic, showing cityscape landmarks such as Freedom Tower (it was th... 

My flower portrait photography image Pink Orchid from my floral photo gallery was selected for inclusion in the biology textbook "What is Life? A Guide to Biology with Physiology", authored by Jay Phelan. The second edition of this scientific textboo... 

I always love when I find a floral photography object that I can beautifully isolate against an attractive background. My last picture of this kind I found on my last visit to the local Wildlife Sanctuary Hall's Pond in Brookline, Massachusetts. Broo... 

In this nature macro photography blog post I compiled some of my personal favorite Raindrop Photography Artwork. The selection varies from flowers drenched in raindrops to photos of a single raindrop on a blade of grass. All pictures were taken local... 

In these 2 photos of a purple iris I used a black cardboard as the backdrop. Dark backgrounds really make the colors of a flower pop and give the image a touch of elegance. Usually I choose a large enough black cardboard from Staples that I position ... 

One thing I enjoy most about The Art of Flower Photography is that I often do not know what I will be capturing with my camera. An Easter lily is a good example, here the white narrow conical throat of its petals with the yellow stamens makes for exc... 

Capturing raindrops on flowers has become one of my favorite photography subjects. My preferred locations are the local Minot Rose Garden in Brookline or the Boston Arnold Arboretum. Overcast sky often makes for best macro photography conditions but ... 

Ever wondered how ...

April 9th, 2012

Kermit the Frog or any other prominent person like an athlete, celebrity, movie star, or politician must feel when their personal space is invaded by a paparazzi. This nature photograph of a frog might be a good example for an out of control paparazz... 

Which of the 4 photographs do you think works best for this rose flower photography image … A, B, C or D? Leave your answer/comment on my Nature Photography Blog or on Facebook for a chance to win an approximately 20x16 inch print … your choice from ... 

This flower photography blog post was inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe, who I consider one of greatest artists of the 20th century. I compiled some of my personal favorite Orchid Photography Artwork and the selection varies from floral abstracts and port... 

Over the past years I have fallen in love with and focused some of my efforts on Macro Photography. Close up photography comes with many advantages like keeping traveling expenses low while shooting in your own backyard, local rose garden or arboretu... 

Misty Morning at Jamaica Pond achieved honorable mention at The Fine Art of Photography juried photography exhibition in Plymouth, MA. The art exhibit is organized by The Plymouth Center for the Arts, supported by the Plymouth Guild, Canon, Lexmark, ... 

The other day I made my way over to the Boston Arnold Arboretum for an unusual photo excursion. I regularly visit the arboretum during all New England seasons to pursue Nature Photography at its best and most convenience. It is such a fantastic and u... 

Orchid Flower Photography

March 24th, 2012

The other week I got my hands on a pink and a purple orchid. The purple orchid turned out to be a rather disappointing photography investment but of course I enjoy daily looking at it ... no hard feelings! The pink one on the other hand was a great f... 

Magical twilight colors combined with the Boston Skyline and landmarks like the Prudential Center and John Hancock Building have become one of my favorite photographic subjects when I am not occupied with nature photography. I find it amazing when ev... 

In this nature wildlife photography blog post I compiled some of my personal favorite Bird Photography Artwork. The selection varies from bird portraits to photos of perching and grooming Herons. All pictures were either taken in the beautiful wilder... 

Serene Cape Cod and Misty Morning at Jamaica Pond were accepted into the 2nd Annual Juried Photography Exhibition: "The Fine Art of Photography". The exhibition features many artists' work including my 2 framed and signed LightJet photography prints ... 

I stumbled upon these 5 inspirational, motivational, and happiness quotes that move and inspire ... hope you enjoy them too: >>> "Do not wait for your ship to come in, swim out to it." ~ Unknown.  

During my last photo trip to southwest Florida I encountered a Black Crowned Night Heron in a little marina of Estero Bay in Bonita Springs. The photo location is near the Koreshan Historic Site which is part of the Florida State Park system. The bir... 

In one of my latest posts we discussed Landscape versus Portrait Photography formats, impact on composition and the decisions we have to make in the field to bring out the best composition and photograph. Another format, perhaps more specialized, is ... 

I encountered the scenery for this abstract tree fall foliage impression on my last trip to Acadia National Park. While cruising on Route 3 towards the national park excitement was building with every mile I got closer. The rush was suddenly interrup... 

Learn from my photo magazine article "Photographing Water ~ Silky Water Effects and Reflections" how to create beautiful silky water effects and brilliant photography reflections with your camera as I guide you through my photography work process ~ p... 

Arts in Bloom

March 1st, 2012

Arts in Bloom >>> Learn More.  

In these 2 photos of a purple iris I used a black cardboard as the backdrop. Dark backgrounds really make the colors of a flower pop and give the image a touch of elegance. Usually I choose >>> Learn More.  

My last visit to Acadia National Park in Maine coincided with full moon. The day before I decided to take advantage and scouted for suitable locations along the granite coast shoreline next the park loop road. The next evening I made >>> Learn More. ... 

This Photography Artwork Collage shows some of my recent fine art photography artwork sold online. Selling art online is no picnic. It takes a serious time commitment and >>> Learn More.  

In this flower photo of a purple Iris I used a black cardboard as the backdrop. I like dark backgrounds because it really makes the colors of a flower pop. I usually choose a large enough ... Learn More. 

Eaten Allive

January 27th, 2012

Sinister was taken at Turner River in Florida Big Cypress National Preserve. I noticed the American alligator at a crossover when exploring the area. Excited about finally coming across what I was looking for all morning I set up tripod and camera. I... 

Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve along Tamiami Trail (US41) and Turner River Road are two of my favorite Wildlife Photography locations in Southwest Florida. US41 and the area is easily accessible within an hour of Naples or... 

Florida Gators

January 15th, 2012

Recently I explored the northern part of Everglades National Park along Florida US41 and came across a few Florida gators and other exceptional Wildlife opportunities ... can't wait to make it back! 

Florida Everglades Wood Storks

January 13th, 2012

Recently I explored the northern part of Everglades National Park along Florida US41. One morning there was patchy fog that turned out to be a nature and wildlife photographer's delight. The set up for the three Everglades Wood Storks opened up not f... 

During my last trip to southwest Florida I dedicated a visit to the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve. This wildlife sanctuary is located just east of Fort Myers and rewards the photographer with a pristine habitat for nature photography. The water in... 

On my last photo tour I explored the parks and wildlife along US 41 in Florida. US 41 borders Big Cypress National Preserve to the North and Everglades National Park to the South. Its abundant wildlife is a feast for every visitor, not just for natur... 

Who is your Santa?

January 2nd, 2012

Even after photographing for nearly two decades, Mother Nature still catches me by surprise. The little things that she provides near my home, at my home, or on the road still give a never ending inspiration. Just the other day, I had one of these mo... 

Witnessing a sunrise is always very special but becomes magical in Maine Acadia National Park. This time I was destined to capture one of these moments with my camera and made my way out to famous Monument Cove in the early wee hours. I was one with ... 

Boston Skyline Photography

November 21st, 2011

Post sunset is one of my favorite times to take photographs; this applies to landscape as well as city skyline Photography. I regularly go out and capture the Boston City Skyline at twilight on days that I am not occupied hunting for ... Learn More. 

Morning Maple

November 13th, 2011

I love when the morning or afternoon sunlight strikes and illuminates the colors of fall foliage. In this photo of maple tree leaves from the inspiring Boston Arnold Arboretum I isolated a branch with four maple leaves in peak autumn colors. The leav... 

Root Awakening

November 12th, 2011

Human forms in nature is something I always look for when I head out into the field. It all started in the White Mountains of New Hampshire when I stumbled upon roots that appeared very human; in fact like a "Resting" person lost ... Learn More. 

Since the first time I saw this tree in the middle of Jamaica Pond I have been fascinated by it. My wife and I sometimes walk around the pond for a stroll and I often thought about how to capture this tree at its most beautiful. I never succeeded or ... 

When I visited magical Acadia National Park in Maine for a couple of days of pristine fall foliage photography over Columbus Day weekend, I found the reds and yellows of the trees in peak autumn colors. I remember thinking upon arrival that it would ... 

Witnessing a sunrise is always very special but becomes magical in Maine Acadia National Park. This time I was destined to capture one of this moments with my camera and made my way out to famous Monument Cove in the early wee hours. I was one with n... 

I love the rain

October 14th, 2011

Yesterday it was raining on and off in Boston but nevertheless I made my way over to the Boston Arnold Arboretum for a macro photography shoot. I envisioned the leaves covered in raindrops and knew the overcast sky makes for good close-up photography... 

Common Green Darner Dragonfly

October 13th, 2011

Columbus day weekend is fall foliage peak and prime season for Northern New England and I spent a couple of days in Bar Harbor, Maine to visit Acadia National Park. On my last morning I made my way along Ocean Drive and photographed famous landmarks ... 

Discover Intentional Camera Movement for your photography through my article "Mastering the Art of Intentional Camera Movement" published by Apogee Photo Magazine. In the publication I discuss how to successfully capture abstract photographs, what ph... 

If you look at my photography artwork portfolio, you can tell that I like to photograph everything: landscapes, seascapes, flowers, fall foliage, rushing water, mushrooms, close ups, macros, sports ... the list is endless. One area I fell in love wit... 

Looks like pollution but it is not

September 18th, 2011

I always wondered about the oil film that can be observed between the pond and the upland when exploring the wildlife sanctuary Hall's Pond in Brookline. I remember when I encountered the oil film the first time I was very worried about some kind of ... 

Yesterday I visited the wildlife sanctuary Hall's Pond in Brookline. I was going to try out my new macro lens and went to photograph dragonflies or other insects. As often the photographic subject turned 180 when I arrived. The Great Blue Heron was p... 

Rainy Days

August 28th, 2011

Rainy days create special opportunities for all kind of photography including macro photography. I love to get out into the field after an overnight rainstorm passed through the area or has just tapered off. I frequently visit the Minot rose garden i... 

I photographed these orchids from the comfort of my home studio or what we usually refer to as our dining room. The afternoon light beautifully reflected from our neighbors' house and windows through our dining room window. The late afternoon light p... 

Post sunset is one of my favorite times to take photographs. I regularly go out and capture the Boston city skyline at twilight on days that I am not occupied hunting for nature photographs. The best time is 20 to 30 minutes after the sun has set. Th... 

Learn from my photography magazine article "Discovering Form in Photography" on how to successfully use lines, shapes, volume, and light to our advantage and how we can convey a sense of volume to make a two-dimensional image appear to the viewer as ... 

I am always interested in capturing the day to day in an unusual different way. One technique that I frequently use is intentional camera movement. Intentional camera movement or ICM is a photographic effect where the camera is rotated or moved in ..... 

Post sunset is one of my favorite times to take photographs. I regularly go out and capture the Boston skyline at twilight on days that I am not occupied hunting for nature photographs. On 19 March 2011 there was another expected and exciting twist: ... 

Bird Photography Tips

July 24th, 2011

Photo tips for wildlife bird photography, great pictures, digital photography and techniques that help to take better pictures. Top10 plus photo tips for taking great bird photos for stunning wildlife photography. 

Photography 101 - Exposure

July 18th, 2011

Exposure is one of the most important camera and lens functions that a photographer needs to understand and master when pursuing photography. A correct exposed photograph conveys an image of clarity that retains details and colors in all areas includ... 

Despite rainy and lousy weather I made my way over to the Brookline Minot Rose garden yesterday. The surrounding park was recently renovated and there is a re-opening celebration and rose stroll planned for today. Looking outside my window right now ... 

I am always interested in capturing the day to day in an unusual different way. One technique that I frequently use is camera panning. Panning is a photographic effect where the camera is rotated or moved in a horizontal direction. The camera can be ... 

Photo tips for award winning photography, great pictures, digital photography and techniques that help to take better pictures. Top10 plus photo tips for taking great photos for stunning Cape Cod boat photography. 

We saw Paul Simon live in concert last night and I was able to sneak in a photo before the security guard was after me ... what a great night of music!  

I always love when I find a floral photography object that I can beautifully isolate against an attractive background. My last one I found on a long walk with my wife when we passed a small Boston University garden on Commonwealth Avenue. The contras... 

Photo Tip: Try to eliminate any distracting background by either zooming in close on your object or bringing your own backdrop. to your greenhouse photography shoot. Alternative use large apertures to blow out unwanted distracting backgrounds ... Lea... 

Recently I visited Naples beach where I was looking for suitable nature photography objects. The seascape scenery was painted by the late afternoon sun and beach shells made for great macro photographs. While going about my business I encountered eig... 

Wildlife Photo Tips

May 18th, 2011

Tips for Great Pictures, Digital photography tips and techniques that help you take better pictures. Top10 plus photo tips for taking great photos of wildlife at your hand for stunning wildlife photography from my Nature Photography Blog. 

Flower Photography Tip

May 14th, 2011

Practical flower photography tips at your hand from my Nature Photography Blog. 

When composing an image I often start out applying the "Rule of Thirds". I don't use it as a set rule; more as a guideline or starting point for a more interesting photographic composition. In landscape photography I like to place the horizon in acco... 

Tips for Great Pictures, Digital photography tips and techniques that help you take better pictures. Top10 plus photo tips for taking great photos of mirror-like photography reflections at your hand from my Nature Photography Blog. 

Recently I got my hands on a bouquet of four miniature Calla Lilies at a store around the corner. I am always drawn to Calla Lilies because of the elegance and forms of the petals that stand up as terrific macro photography objects. In addition this ... 

Human forms in nature is something I always look for when I head out into the field. It all started in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the last image I stumbled upon is from beautiful Acadia National Park in Maine. This morning I was actuall... 

Last summer we spent quite some time in New York's Central Park. On the first morning we got up in the wee hours and waited in line to secure tickets to Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” with Anne Hathaway that night. At around noon we got four tickets a... 

There a family of birch trees that stand out on Bussey Hill at the Boston Arnold Arboretum. The trees are almost iconic to me since I tried so many times to capture their uniqueness and beauty but never produced an image that satisfied my quest for t... 

Cape Cod Solitude achieved honorable mention at The Fine Art of Photography regional juried photography exhibition in Plymouth, MA. The art exhibit is organized by the Plymouth Center for the Arts and runs from April 1, 2011 through April 31, 2011. T... 

Today's nature photography blog discusses my photographic approach of Noh Mai. 

Idyllic Cape Cod and Cape Cod Solitude were accepted into the juried group exhibit "The Fine Art of Photography". The exhibition features many artists' work and the amount of quality photographs at the exhibit is fantastic. The art exhibit is organiz... 

Marbled rose was captured in one of my favorite flower photography locations in Brookline, the Minot Rose Garden. It is just a 5 minute drive away from my home and you may find me there in the early morning hours during May and June. I especially enj... 

During my last photography tour to magical Acadia National Park in Maine on Mount Desert Island I decided to capture Otter Cliff despite bad weather conditions. The sky was very overcast and cloudy; rain was falling. From the park's loop road I pulle... 

Spring Dream Photography

April 18th, 2011

Spring Dream was taken in the spring of 2010 at the Boston Arnold Arboretum. The arboretum was in full spring swing on this windy morning and I was mesmerized by the blossoms ... Learn More. 

In this landscape photograph of a blue dinghy on Cape Cod, I was challenged by difficult lighting conditions due to the high contrast of the sunset sky and the darker landscape scenery of the marsh, blue boat and surrounding woods. Metering on the bo... 

J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge is one of my top favorite places on Sanibel Island to visit when I am in Southwest Florida. There are many other travel destination in this area but as a nature photographer this is one prime location. It i... 

Last week I went back to the local botanical greenhouse at Wellesley College. It is only a 20 to 25 minutes drive from my house and I only discovered it recently. It is a hidden gem and it helps me to stay focused on my flower photography during the ... 

My most valuable photography tips on how to create beautiful landscape photos ... one more, not used in this idyllic Cape Cod photograph, ... Read it all . 

Spring Messengers

March 5th, 2011

When the cold New England winter comes to an end one of my favorite seasons of the year is about to start. It is the time when I am looking forward to seeing the grass and ground emerge from the white. I always anticipate this exiting and decisive mo... 

Moving water has become one of my favorite objects. These scenes are difficult to photograph but make for beautiful subjects. Sudbury River was one of my first of this kind. I first discovered the scene on a trip to one of my daugther's soccer games.... 

On my last trip to Western Massachusetts I stopped to photograph the Bish Bash waterfalls. Although it is usually a beautiful photo destination for capturing waterfalls with surrounding flora in autumn colors, on this morning I was not finding the pi... 

Botanical Greenhouse Photography

February 20th, 2011

Last Friday morning I took a trip to the local botanical greenhouse at Wellesley College. It is only a 20 to 25 minutes drive from my house and I only discovered it recently. It helps me to stay focused on my flower photography during the cold New En... 

Landscape Photography Tips

February 19th, 2011

Practical landscape and silky water effect photography tips at your hand from my Nature Photography Blog. 

Last summer I made another trip to one of my favorite New England travel destinations: Acadia National Park on the rocky granite coast of Northern Maine. After parking the car at the Sand Beach parking area I took an easy beach walk along Sand Beach ... 

Boston Skyline at Twilight

February 14th, 2011

Post sunset is one of my favorite times to take photographs. I regularly go out and capture the Boston skyline at twilight on days that I am not occupied hunting for nature photographs. The best time is 20 to 30 minutes after the sun has set. The opt... 

Color Emotion for Your Artwork

February 8th, 2011

When I am out and about pursuing nature photography I am almost always instinctively attracted by the strong colors of a photographic object. This is the decisive moment for me when I decide it is worthwhile to pull out my camera and tripod to captur... 

The Art of Flower Photography

February 5th, 2011

Learn from my photography magazine article The Art of Flower Photography how to create beautiful macro floral and abstract flower photos with your camera as I guide you through my photography work process in a case study of Easter Lilies published by... 

Flower Fine Art Photography

February 2nd, 2011

This photo shows another typical set up at home when I am photographing flowers. I often use a white or black background to keep it simple and eliminate any disturbing distractions in the background. In our example here I used a black cardboard as th... 

Today's nature photography blog discusses the Rule of Thirds as a compositional starting point for landscape and flower photography. 

Today's nature photography blog discusses the behind the scenes of Bright Spring Flowers.  

Today's nature photography blog talks about The Humbled Dandelion. 

Today's blog describes my approach to floral portrait and abstract photography. 

Today's blog entry discusses Ballerina and shows a second photograph from the first photo excursion of this decade that lead me to the Boston Arnold Arboretum. Juergen Roth Photography Fine Art America Photo Blog - Where in the World is Juer... 

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November Photo Tip

November 13th, 2009

While looking for the last colors of fall in the Boston area I ended up in the beautiful Arnold Arboretum. After working some ivy and shrubs over a bolder I came across these orange and red leaf trees. The leaves were showing peak color and screaming... 

A selection of my nature Acadia National Park photographs from Columbus Day weekend 2009 is now posted on my nature photography blog Where in the World is Juergen?. 

Moving water has become one of my favorite objects. These scenes are difficult to photograph but make for beautiful subjects. Sudbury River was one of my first of this kind. I first discovered the scene on a trip to one of my daugther's soccer games.... 

The 2009 Fall foliage season is now winding down here in the Boston area of New England and as every year has provided us with lots of photo opportunities. Shooting Fall colors is an event I look forward to all year. This year was no different and I ... 

Nature Photography By Juergen Roth

September 18th, 2009

For this Stage Harbor lighthouse photograph I arrived late at Harding's beach parking lot; the sun was already setting. I immediately was side tracked by a hand full of kite surfers. It was a struggle to freeze the surfers because of their fast speed... 

Around Herring River - Cape Cod On our way back in the evening from a bicycling tour around Martha's Vineyard and hoping to bump into the Obamas, I noticed the red boat in the Herring River at an overpass near Harwich, MA. I immediately decided to... 

Monthly Photography Tip - August 2009: Besides cameras and lenses, a tripod is one of the most important investments for a nature photographer. High quality nature photographs are rarely achieved when hand holding your camera. A tripod is essentia... 

Nature reflection was taken during a trip west of Boston during peak Fall season in 2006. I decided to explore Hopkinton State Park but was not happy with my production of images there. It was a pretty frustrating photo excursion until I decided to l... 

Another example of beautiful flower photography at your door step. To get this shot I went to one of my favorite neighborhood spots, Hall's Pond Wildlife Sanctuary in Brookline, MA. The wildlife is amazing for a little pond in the middle of the city.... 

I am having quite some trouble getting up early these days and we all know early morning light is essential for great landscape photography. That's why I spent most of the summer focusing on my flower portfolio. I also started experimenting and creat...