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Hanselmann Photography is Jeff and Fred Hanselmann

Hanselmann Photography Fred, Jeff and Joan Hanselmann   Fred Hanselmann Jeff Hanselmann and his wife Ayn Steve Hanselmann, Jeff's Son Joan Hanselmann, Fred's wife   Photographs of wild and scenic America by Jeff and Fred Hanselmann A family business for over twenty years.       Since 2015, Hanselmann Photography has been myself, Fred Hanselmann,… Continue reading Hanselmann Photography is Jeff and Fred Hanselmann

Great Scenic Areas · New England Images

Twenty New England Images

Hanselmann Photography is starting a new project:  Favorite images from the past. For the past few months I’ve been going through all of our hundreds of thousands of photographs and winnowing them down to what I think are the best of the best.  At some point I'm planning to build a new website with just… Continue reading Twenty New England Images

Great Scenic Areas · Landscape Photo Technique

It takes great light to make great pictures

Shooting in good light is perhaps the most important part of good landscape photography One of the most basic principles of photography is shooting in good light.  Everyone knows, even non-photographers, that you should take photographs early in the morning or late in the evening.  We all know this truism, but it is amazing how… Continue reading It takes great light to make great pictures

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The Green River in Utah

                Sometime in the spring of 2011 my son Mike asked me if I wanted to go on a raft trip in July, on the Green River in Utah, the Grays and Desolation section to be specific. He said there would be his family and a bunch of friends,… Continue reading The Green River in Utah

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Gila Wilderness Backpack

All pictures in this article were taken on my 2010 backpack into the Gila Wilderness in Southern New Mexico. Click on the pictures in the article for more information. The mesa above Salamander Canyon, Gila Wilderness, New Mexico   The Gila Wilderness Area in Southern New Mexico was the world's first wilderness area. In 1922 Aldo… Continue reading Gila Wilderness Backpack

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Pictures of the Maroon Bells in Colorado

I spent most of last week shooting in Colorado. The Aspen leaves were turning and a storm had just dumped a load of snow on the high peaks so I thought I should shoot it while I could. I drove up to the Maroon Bells, shooting as I went, and ended up spending the rest… Continue reading Pictures of the Maroon Bells in Colorado

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Rocky Mountain National Park, Part One

Rocky Mountain National Park Part One: Bear Lake Road Moraine Park, Sprague Lake, Glacier Gorge, Albert's Falls, The Loch, Sky Pond Misty Bear Lake and early snow. Rocky Mountain National Park is the gem of the Colorado Rockies. The Park spreads out on both sides of the continental divide and its mountainous terrain can be… Continue reading Rocky Mountain National Park, Part One