Places to Shoot – Shenk’s Ferry Wildflower Preserve

For Lancaster County photographers interested in floral photography there’s a must-see little spot along the Susquehanna. If you can find your way to it, Shenk’s Ferry Wildflower Preserve provides an easy hike that boast over 70 species of blooming wildflowers on either side of the path throughout the year. Read More

Hooked on Polaroids

A few years ago I wandered over to my local summer carnival in Downtown Lancaster with a Polaroid camera in hand. I snapped a few photos and was immediately sucked in by their beauty. It’s become a tradition for me ever since. I started with a Polaroid Land Camera 104 – super simple, full auto exposure, just focus and shoot! Read More

Places to Shoot – Central Market

Did you know we have the oldest continuously operating farmer’s market in the United States right here in Downtown Lancaster? For more than 275 years, residents of Lancaster have been gathering “at market” to socialize and, of course, buy and sell the uniquely delicious bounty of our County. Central Market is not only a great destination for locals and tourists, but photographers as well. Read More

6 Things to Photograph at Fairs & Festivals this Fall

Just because summer is drawing its last breath doesn’t mean you have to pack your camera away until the spring thaw. In addition to the upcoming autumn foliage, fall sports, and your annual covered bridge tour (What, you don’t go on one?) there are also target-rich environments for photography popping up in towns across the Northeast almost every week. Read More