Bronwyn & Andrew’s New Hampshire Wedding Slide Show | New Hampshire Wedding Photographers

New Hampshire Wedding Photographers Blog: 217 Off all the DIY weddings I have photographed this was by far the one with the most involvement by family and friends.  The wedding was at the brides parents home in historic Chester, New Hampshire.  They set the big white tent up in the horse corral. What better why to […]

Incorporating Family History Into Wedding Photos | Family Heirlooms As Wedding Photo Props

PHOTO OF THE DAY – Family Heirlooms As Wedding Photo Props In todays post I have used two wedding Photos. I know my Photo of The Day posts are most times just one photo with a bit on how I shot it or what the day was about when I took the photo. I thought that […]

Standing in Shadows

PHOTO OF THE DAY- STANDING IN SHADOWS   There is no better feeling then to reach the top of the summit on a hike. Well but for getting to the top of a hike and seeing this as a view. The true peak of this hill was off to the left of this scene about […]

Upside Down Mountain

PHOTO OF THE DAY: UPSIDE DOWN MOUNTAIN   Meet Mt. Chocorua. It is right down the street from our home in New Hampshire. It is one of he most photographed locations in New Hampshire. I think you can see why once you see it. This was in early fall and the lake was giving the […]

Sowing Seeds

PHOTO OF THE DAY : SOWING SEEDS Driving the country side at sunset is a great way to snap up a few photos. This picture is not at sunset but it was on the way down. It was taken looking in to Maine from New Hampshire. Loved the clouds and they are what made me stop. Thanks […]

Days Gone Past

Photo of the day : Days Gone Past On the way home form a family photo shoot I turned off at exit 6 in to the town Manchester. I knew a bit about the town and had been there in the past. I was just looking to grab a few shots of the river and […]

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I Ain’t Got Time For That. One New Hampshire Photographers View on the New domain Extensions

  Even in the small, rural state of New Hampshire we have access to all of the great technology that is available to the rest of the world.  We, as people, have to always be paying attention to an ever changing world even at the  speed that it changes.  Early in 2014, the authorities at ICANN started […]

Wedding at Stone Mountain Arts Center | Joe Martin Photography

Photography in this video was provided by New Hampshire wedding photographer Joe Martin. This Maine wedding was held at The Stone Mountain Arts Center in  Brownfield, Maine I have added an Animoto video to the “Featured Items” of my top wedding packages. It is a great service and will really help in the sharing of photos of my […]

Looking for a Wedding Cake in North Conway New Hampshire?

Photograph Of North Conway NH I was out in North Conway to do some shopping and a little networking for my photography. I was looking to find the owners of the White Mountain Cupcakery. I was hoping to talk to them about their wedding cakes and see if I could offer some ideas or offer to […]

Amazning Landscape Time Lapse Videos: Must See

A 200+ mile backpacking experience through Yosemite National Park captured by Colin Delehanty and Sheldon Neill. This project was filmed over the course of 10 months. We spent a combined 45 days in the park capturing the images in this video. To view the entire story, please visit: Find us on Facebook at   Stunning […]

Free Photo Shoots: What’s My Motivation?

  I read something the other day. It was a photographer talking about how he offers 12 complimentary  photo shoots each year. Some might say things like. That really made me think, “How is this any way to run a business?” or “your losing out on 12 potential sessions sales and a percentage of your yearly […]

We Had A Baby….

        …for our first newborn photography session! We worked with a great couple from central New Hampshire. They had cleared a space for us to work before we had even gotten there. The lights were set up and the backdrops and blankets were set up. The heater was ready and warming the […]

Your History; Your Story: The Importance of Your Wedding Photography Album

  After this long cold winter, we long for a hot, sunny day. Let’s hope we get a lot of them, and soon! This might have been the longest coldest winter in the U.S. in a long time.  As this wedding season approaches we are reminded how short that season truly is here in New […]

Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest Oh My

“Did you forget your password? Click here to reset.” How many times have you seen this message under the log in field on a webpage? I know for me it has been once too many. With so many social sites these days, we really need to pick which ones work best for us. Better yet, […]

What People are saying about Joe Martin Photography ~ By New Hampshire Photographer Joe Martin

Sharing testimonials is an important aspect of any business. Here is what my clients are saying about our experience together after a portrait shoot or wedding. It is always great to hear from them after the shoot to know that they had fun and enjoyed the photos. Here are just a few of the most […]

What is a Photographer to Blog about?

  Sure, I could blog about camera gear or my last family photo shoot. I want to offer more then pretty pictures or one family’s story. Plus there will always be that type of blog here and there. I want to be a bit different. I don’t want to give you what ever other photographer […]

Shoot & Burn Vs High Quality Portrait Printing. What is the right way to do Business?

  Why do I offer prints for your portraits and not just a CD? Why not just toss everything on a CD and let me print what I want, when I want? The short answer is, we do offer the CD for sale after you have already purchased a print package for wedding photography valued […]

Getting Ready for a Portrait Session

      Getting ready for a portrait session here in New Hampshire is not just something that I, the photographer, needs to do. Preparing for a photo shoot is something that everyone involved needs to take part in. As I am cleaning my lenses, charging my batteries and making sure my memory cards are […]

The Price we Pay.

  We as photographers hear statements from time to time, “How much does it cost to push a button?” or “I just need them for 6 hours, how could it cost that much for 6 hours of work?” or one of the best “anyone with a good camera can do it, why should we pay […]