Date: November 6, 2019 @7PM 

Location: Merry Room at the Duxbury Library


Dave Long




Dave lives in Shrewsbury, MA and has been teaching landscape photography for the last ten years. Throughout New England and Northern Florida, where he spends two months a year, he has gained a following through his workshops and tours, eight e-books on Self Guide Photo Tours, frequent appearances on photography podcasts, blogs and large social media community.


Dave is a member of the Boston Camera Club. He has won numerous awards including:

  • 2019 New England Camera Club Council Picture of the Year
  • 2019 Ocean State International Exhibition 2 Medal Winning Images
  • 2019 1st Place in the New England Camera Club Council’s Winter Competition
  • 2018 1st Place in the New England Camera Club Council’s Fall Competition
  • 2018 Boston Camera Club Print Image of the Year
  • 2017 1st Place in the New England Camera Club Council’s Fall Competition
  • 2017 Boston Camera Club Projected Image of the Year
  • 2017 St. Augustine Alligator Farm Image of the Year
  • 2016 Appalachian Mountain Club’s Image of the Year 

Images have been featured in:

  • 2019 Boston Globe
  • 2019 St. Augustine Social Magazine
  • 2019 Newport Life Magazine
  • 2018 Boston Voyager
  • 2018 Discoverer e Travel Guide
  • 2018 Guide to Boston – February & April
  • 2018 Visit Central Mass Guide
  • 2018 Cape Cod Magazine 20th Anniversary Edition

Podcast Guest 

  • The Understanding Photography Show – May 5, 2019
  • Master Photography Latitude Podcast – November 5, 2018 & July 21, 2019

Blog Contributor for Datacolor Photography Calibration

  • November 2017 – Shooting Autumn Landscapes 
  • February 2018 - Landscape Photography Location Scouting

Dave lives in Shrewsbury, MA and speaks at camera clubs throughout New England on different subjects in landscape photography and has published eight e-books (available on his website) for self-guided tours of New England and St. Augustine locations. See his work at and follow him on


Dave's Presentation:


Tips on Landscape Photography - how to take your landscape photography to the next level. I cover many of the standard rules to enhance your landscape photography as well as many advanced techniques to help you see and photograph your scenes differently so they engage and delight your viewer. I use scenery from my 10 years of landscape photography, mainly in New England to serve as examples as well as provide you locations that are some of the finest in New England to create your own award winning shots. 







Date: December 6, 2019 @7PM 

Location: Merry Room at the Duxbury Library

Jürgen Lobert is a Massachusetts-based fine art photographer born and raised in Germany. He received a Ph.D. in atmospheric chemistry from Gutenberg University in Mainz before moving to the US in 1991. 

Jürgen is a self-taught photographer who specializes in night photography and daytime long exposures as well as urban exploration. 

Jürgen is an executive member of the Boston and
Stony Brook Camera Clubs and the founder and organizer of the Greater Boston Night Photographers Meetup group. He organizes some 50 photo excursions and workshops each year and he is a lecturer, instructor and judge for regional camera clubs and an instructor at the New England School of Photography (NESOP). His artwork is in the permanent collection of the Art Complex Museum. 

According to Jürgen, there is a profound peace in roaming the nights to create otherworldly, serene scenery and capturing the element of time. 

Information on his presentation:

Daytime Long Exposure Photography (Instructional) 

This is an introduction to daytime long exposure (DLE) photography by New England-based fine art photographer Jürgen Lobert. 

DLE photography records 1-15 minutes of time in a 2-dimensional photograph by using neutral density filters. This creates unique and intriguing images of the world that we usually freeze in momentary exposures. Letting time pass during exposure converts clouds into bands across the sky, smooths waters to a mirror finish and can make people and moving objects disappear. The resulting imagery is otherworldly and strangely beautiful. 

The following topics are covered: 

Why, where and when to do DLE Equipment 

o Cameras, accessories 

o ND filters and holders
Exposing for DLE, expose to the right, RGB histogram Tips & Tricks 

o Composing and focusing o High ISO preview
o Avoiding light leaks 

Types of DLE
o Single exposure 

o Stacking exposures 

o Creating ghosts
Post-processing considerations Resources


Jürgen can be found online at:







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