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Welcome to Stage Left Photography. With over 20 years of experience we have the skills and the equipment to tackle difficult lighting and locations.

Stage Left Photography is your source for fine art prints of nature and scenery. Specializing in Maine coast images and Maine narrow gauge railroad images. Please browse the images on the site. The galleries will be updated on a regular basis so check back soon!

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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Well that was some year, wasn't it.

This is April first 2021. All of 2020 seems like an April fools joke, but it wasn’t. Not a lot has changed here,  we’ve had a little bit more time to go out and shoot some great new images, but it has been quiet. The new images should be uploaded to the website soon. For the most current updates please follow Stage Left Photography on Facebook The new gallery hours will be posted here and all other relevant places soon. Hope you are all well, and we hope to see you at the gallery this year. 

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Fall happenings.

Its been a busy, busy, busy summer. The website is no longer “under construction”, but there will be updates and changes. I’ll try to be a bit more active with the updates. The gallery is open 11-5 daily from now to Christmas. The website is just a glimpse of what is available for sale. For a true taste, please visit the gallery or come see us at a show!

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Saturday, March 16, 2019

Big changes coming!
The website will soon be undergoing a complete revamp to reflect the new direction Stage Left Photography is taking. Stay tuned for further updates.
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

They canít all be winners/Sometimes things stick with you
  Recently I had the chance to do something I’ve wanted to do for over 30 years. I got a chance to go out on a boat and take pictures of Puffins. My fascination with Puffins dates back to high school. A teacher of mine showed me some pictures of these small birds, and I instantly fell in love. It took a little while and a move of 400 miles to get the timing right, but I finally made it happen. In the intervening years those images never left me, they made that much of an impression. 
      Now for the explanation of the duel title. Are my pictures of the same caliber? No, not even close. I knew going in they wouldn’t be. I knew the limitations of my equipment and the environment  and how that would affect the images. I knew all that and went anyway, and still loved it. I fulfilled a life long dream, and that is more important than the image quality. Will I do it again? Yes! Will I approach it differently? Also yes! As I have said in a previous blog post, sometimes the feeling is more important than perfection.

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Friday, October 6, 2017

Well that took longer than expected.

After a year in Maine, I’m happy to say Stage Left Photography is getting settled into the new permanent location. The gallery and studio still need a little tweaking, but we’re here and we aren’t going anywhere. The move to Maine may have taken a little longer than planned, but it was definitely the right move. NYC is now Disneyland, a shadow of its former self, the urban sprawl and constant development made working and living there increasingly difficult. Maine, the way life should be. 

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