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Jeff Sinon - Artist

Jeff Sinon Art Collections

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I'm a nature, landscape, and wildlife photographer based in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.   Specializing in creating compelling images captured under ideal natural lighting and dramatic weather conditions, to bring a unique glimpse of the natural world into your home or office.   I'm pleased and excited to announce that as of Spring 2015 I now offer landscape photography workshops throughout the state of New Hampshire.   Whether it's seascapes along the rocky coast or waterfalls and brilliant fall foliage in the White Mountains, from the beginner looking to get the most out of their new DSLR...more
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The Isolation Project.

Back in March, as the world was shutting down due to the coronavirus and social distancing and isolation was becoming the new "normal" I decided to push my creativity by creating at least one image a day during my first 30 days of staying home and only venturing out when absolutely necessary. The one criteria was that each image had to me made either in my yard, my house, or the woods just beyond. My goal was to prove to myself, as well as others that good photos were still there to be made, even if I wasn't able to travel to the mountains and the seacoast I love so much. The images in this gallery were created between 3/24/20 and 4/23/20. Some are better than others, some will show just how fickle New England weather can be. Some days I was only able to come away with only one image I was pleased with, others I had a hard time choosing just one. So I didn't. Which is why there are well over 30 images in this gallery. I hope you enjoy them all.

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