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    Re: New Hampshire

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Barlow View Post
    I enjoy getting a New Hampshire Atlas and Gazetteer
    Try mapper.acme.com
    click on "topo" and zoom in where you want. Nice printed-style topo maps.

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    Re: New Hampshire

    Hebron is a nice little town, esp. in the summer. I grew up in the next town over or so, and still visit the newfound lake area regularly. One cool spot near there is Sculptured Rocks. I have meant to do a LF shoot in there but it's too busy most of the time in the summer. Plus the light in there is weird, mostly only comes straight down, so requires some time to study for the best times of day. And the best shots will have you in waist-deep water probably. I have shot it that way before, but with 35mm, not LF.

    The Cockermouth River in Groton/Hebron area has some nice intimate falls that are worth shooting too.

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    Re: New Hampshire

    There have been lots of good tips for landscape shots - what about historic churches, courthouses and the like?

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    Re: New Hampshire

    Quote Originally Posted by djdister View Post
    There have been lots of good tips for landscape shots - what about historic churches, courthouses and the like?
    Walpole, where Ken Burns has his operation. A really pretty New England town.

    Lots of old mill towns with wonderful red brick mill buildings - all over the state.

    Many of the old, small towns won't be as picturesque (meaning upscale) as Walpole, but still interesting to photograph.
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    Re: New Hampshire

    Consider the two shaker villages, in enfield and canterbury, for classic architecture. Also, strawberry banke in portsmouth nh. There is a book out there too, of new hampshire churches and meetinghouses, it's shot in b&w LF, I have a copy, will look up the details. Could be a good reference for ideas.

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    Re: New Hampshire

    Quote Originally Posted by EdSawyer View Post
    Consider the two shaker villages, in enfield and canterbury, for classic architecture. Also, strawberry banke in portsmouth nh. There is a book out there too, of new hampshire churches and meetinghouses, it's shot in b&w LF, I have a copy, will look up the details. Could be a good reference for ideas.
    That would be a great reference, thanks!

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