2019 Tuftonboro Library Exhibit

The Lakes Region Photography Club exhibits its member’s photographs every March. Below are my images taken in Wolfeboro (6) and the Oregon Coast (2). Each club member shows their unique photographer/artist style and progression in both capture and post processing skills.


Each year Scott Kelby holds a Worldwide Walk Photo Contest where participants take 3 hours on a day in October to shoot local scenery in small groups. The image below was selected to represent the local Wolfeboro, NH group. It will enter a worldwide contest!

Serenity at Back Bay

Wolfeboro Library exhibit - 2017

Every year the Lakes Region Photography Club exhibits at the Wolfeboro Library.  Below is 1 of 4 exhibits provided by Russ Schundler in the 2017 exhibit.  The photo below is an example of the kind of image that can be captured with an iPhone.

Lake Wentworth - Calm Before Storm

Lake Wentworth - Calm Before Storm

MS Mount Washington Arriving in Wolfeboro

On five days every week in summer, the MS Mount Washington, arrives at the Wolfeboro Docks at 11:30 to pick-up passengers.  At approximately 2:00 PM, she returns to drop them off after a wonderful day of touring Lake Winnipesaukee.

The MS Mount Washington approaches the Wolfeboro Docks

The MS Mount Washington approaches the Wolfeboro Docks

Windjammers parade in Rockland, Maine:  July 14, 2017

Rockland, Maine has a 3/4 mile long break water which, once a year, is filled with hopeful photographers.  The many tall ships pass on both sides of the break water giving ample opportunity to capture an image without having to hire a boat.

Windjammer Parade in Rockland, Maine

Windjammer Parade in Rockland, Maine

Wolfeboro celebrates July 4th

Every summer, the town of Wolfeboro puts on a wonderful fireworks display to celebrate our countries birth. The setting is on the grounds of Brewster Academy.  In this image, the message aligns some of the celebration with having Brewster Academy as a major asset of our little town.

Fireworks on Brewster Academy campus

Schundler creates"Wolfeboro in Winter" Card image

Lightroom and Photoshop offer a vast array of tools for the creative artist.  In this image, a new technique is being demonstrated that can take a regular photograph and make it look like a "Pen & Ink" drawing.

Wolfeboro Town Docks in Snow Storm

Wolfeboro Town Docks in Snow Storm


Aerial video goes viral in Westfield, NJ

Under the category "It is better to give than to receive", Russ Schundler donated his time to capture the beautiful church campus of the Presbyterian Church in Westfield, New Jersey.  The church's communications department immediately put the video on YouTube and sent the announcement below to all members.  Parts of the video, seen under the video tap in the Gallery, will be incorporated in a documentary film about this historic church in colonial Westfield.

The Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ was thrilled to have an autumn aerial photo and video produced by Russ Schundler. Press        here    to link to church video

The Presbyterian Church in Westfield, NJ was thrilled to have an autumn aerial photo and video produced by Russ Schundler.
Press here to link to church video

The Sandwich Fair Photo Contest returns top awards

Russ was the proud recipient of 2 first place awards and 1 second place award in the 2016 Sandwich Fair.  He receive the top honors in both the "Uniquely New Hampshire" and the "Portrait" categories.  The second place award resulted from his "Landscape" category image showing Vermont in autumn.

Uniquely New Hampshire

Uniquely New Hampshire






Drone's trigger high interest in Wolfeboro area

Russ gets banner headline coverage on the front page of the Granite State News July 21, 2016 Edition.  He has also been asked to present his "Drones in 2016" presentation to the Newcomers Technology Special Interest Group.


Schundler's drone images are Flying High

Russ's drone photography images become "best sellers" in Wolfeboro's Sandy Martin art shop.  The "MS Mount Washington at Wolfeboro" is available in 100, 500 and 1000 pieces.


Extraordinary Vision Magazine Update

Extraordinary Vision Magazine transitions to a subscription magazine.  Russ's article below gets published in the second edition of the new reincarnation of the magazine.

Cover Page

Cover Page

Table of Contents

First of 10 page article


Russ Schundler gets published in the Holiday Edition of Extraordinary Vision Magazine.

In each issue of Extraordinary Vision Magazine, the leading online outdoor photography magazine app sold by Apple's iTunes, there is a Reader Contribution section.  Issue 24, which came out in mid-December 2014, featured a 16 page article by Russ Schundler.   To subscribe to this wonderful, free online photography magazine, go to www.extraordinary-vision.com.


Russ Schundler and Bob Ness capture the "before" images of Brewster Hall in Wolfeboro before the beginning of the renovation project.

The Friends of Brewster Hall asked Russ Schundler to engage a team of photographers to photograph every room, hallway and stairway at the town hall building known as Brewster Hall.  When the construction project is completed, they will repeat the process so that a full documentation of "before" and "after" renovation can be made available.

Abandoned space in one of Brewster Hall's towers.


Newcomers Exhibits photography in Wolfeboro Public Library

The Lakes Region Newcomers Club has an annual exhibit of it's members photographs every October.  Below are the images contributed by Russ Schundler in 2014.


Wolfeboro Public Library sponsors single artist exhibit

Schundler Photo-GRAPHICS has been selected to exhibit over 30 images for the month of May 2014.  The image below shows a partial view of Schundler's many photos.  Many of the photo images on this website were included in the exhibit.


Exhibit in Tuftonboro Library 2014

Every year, the Lakes Region Newcomers Club exhibits in the Tuftonboro Library.  Below are several images contributed by Schundler Photo-GRAPHICS.


A Very Successful Day at the Artists in the Park Show

he Governor Wentworth Arts Council held its 33rd "Artist in the Park" show on August 15, 2012 at Cate Park in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.  The Schundler Photo-GRAPHICS tent had many enthusiastic visitors who liked the natural beauty captured in our images.  While sales in all categories was good, the most popular category of images were pictures taken of Lake Wentworth.


We want to thank all those visitors and buyers for their support.  As a result of the input we received, we will be building out each page in our gallery.  Scenes around Lake Wentworth will receive the highest priority.  Please come back each season to see our new additions.

gain, thanks for your support.  If you have your own ideas of scenes you'd like us to add to our site, please go to the "Contact" page and send us an e-mail.  If you provide your own contact information, we would be glad to call you and arrange to customize a picture for you.