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Jeff is an award winning (AR100, Camera Magazine, Communication Arts, Nikon World) corporate annual report, architectural, industrial and marine location photographer. While traveling the world for Fortune 500 companies, he has made time to teach at the Maine Photo Workshops, the Masters Program at the School of Visual Arts and has lectured at Photo Expo in New York, Los Angeles and Singapore. He has a strongly graphic sense of composition, an intuitive sense of "what constitutes a picture" and the technical and managerial skills to pull it off. Jeff Smith knows what he is doing - and his images prove it. Stock photography is available through www.GettyImages.com/. Please visit Jeff's portfolio website at: http://NJphoto.Net. Jeff can be contacted at: <a href="mailto:Jeff@NJphoto.Net">Email me</a> or give him a ringie dingie at: (732) 291-1100 Newest catch phrase on Google AdWords: "Be Seen in the Best Light."
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Until I looked carefully at this pic, I didn't think it was possible to see the Statue of Liberty from Monmouth County in any form. I always thought you had to go all the way up to Newark to see the statue. So now, I know that you have to go to Newark to get a real good look at the lady, but in Atlantic Highlands, depending on what camera or binoculars you have, you can see her, albeit faintly.

Railings: Viva Architectural Hardware, Builder: H and S Construction and Mechanical, Architect: BSKS Architects

Railings: Viva Architectural Hardware, Builder: H and S Construction and Mechanical, Architect: BSKS Architects

Railings: Viva Architectural Hardware, Builder: H and S Construction and Mechanical, Architect: BSKS Architects

Railings: Viva Architectural Hardware, Builder: H and S Construction and Mechanical, Architect: BSKS Architects

Railings: Viva Architectural Hardware, Builder: H and S Construction and Mechanical, Architect: BSKS Architects

Railings: Viva Architectural Hardware, Builder: H and S Construction and Mechanical, Architect: BSKS Architects

There was a good photo in the NY Times of the Goldman Saks Bldg with one of the red Stop Hands in the foreground, so the new signs served some useful purpose...

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